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4.8
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Jim Caldwell

Reviewed on September 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2001 American Coach American Eagle 40EVS view listing

5.0
We ordered this coach from American Coach in 2010 and took delivery a few months later. The Spartan Chassis and Allison transmission are not only reliable they are durable. The white paint scheme and trim is beautiful. The interior has top of the line quality with a 4 door Norcold refrigerator and freezer. (... read more
We ordered this coach from American Coach in 2010 and took delivery a few months later. The Spartan Chassis and Allison transmission are not only reliable they are durable. The white paint scheme and trim is beautiful. The interior has top of the line quality with a 4 door Norcold refrigerator and freezer. (Ac/Dc/ and propane) we had a cabinet maker build a cabinet in the front to accommodate a 40” Sony Hd tv. We also had a Winegard Traveler DIRECTV antenna installed on the roof. The inside furniture is Villa leather/vinyl. The kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom all have corian counter tops. The tile floors are Porcelain. Some of the interior features include a backup monitor, all electric front seats, 2 Dvd players front and back, roof spotlight, stainless kitchen sinks, 3 burner stove with oven, slide out condiment storage, Hugh upper and lower pantry, roof fans, large cedar closet in the beadroom and side storage fora coffee table and extra chairs, and a kitchen table extension under the lift up bed. The outside has a front slide out for the 7.5 kw onan diesel gen, the firs bay on the right has hookups for a tv, the next 3 bays have slide out trays the last one has a two bin Norcold Refrigerator which is ac/dc, the next bay houses the batteries for the chassis(2) and batteries for the Coach (4), access to the engine is from 3 doors on both sides plus in the rear and the floor in the bedroom. The electrical bay, sewer drain 1 large bay, and a bay for the 42 gal propane tank. SPECS— The Cummings engine is 350 hp ISC, 8.3L, total miles 114,000, serial number 719HI4479774 VIN number 4vZBR24941c038140, All of the paperwork and service manuals are with the coach and all maintenance is in our little maintenance book. 100 gal fresh water tank, 40 gal tank for waste, and 60 gal grey water, 150 gal diesel fuel, the coach is 102 wide plus the 2 slide outs, all 6 batteries were replaced in 10/22, 6 new Toro tires 08/19 with less than 10k miles, last engine and chassis service 02/23 MISC.. 10 gal water heater, Girard G2000 awning electric with roof wind sensor, semi auto leveling jacks, Elect entry steps, air horns, recently resealed (2 coats) roof sealant over fiberglass roof, new canvass for both slide outs. This coach has been our pride and joy. We are selling because of a recent illness and old age. The coach has been stored inside since, we have always removed our shoes before going in, and no one has ever smoked in it. Alcohol has been consumed while watching TV. The coach has been washed and waxed every year. The coach had never been involved in an accident and there are no scratches in the paint. Please give us a call at 310-462-9877. Jim
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5.0
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Dan

Reviewed on December 21, 2022

RV reviewed 2001 American Coach American Eagle 42P view listing

4.0
We got a fair bus for what we paid. The rust from being up north was not expected buying and living in Texas. Lesson 1. Tires must not be trusted beyond 8 years, even 10 yo Michlens ZX2 will blow a years worth of fun money. Losing a left steer tire to blow out is a trip. lesson 2. All RV repairs will require ... read more
We got a fair bus for what we paid. The rust from being up north was not expected buying and living in Texas. Lesson 1. Tires must not be trusted beyond 8 years, even 10 yo Michlens ZX2 will blow a years worth of fun money. Losing a left steer tire to blow out is a trip. lesson 2. All RV repairs will require visits to the bank, mortgage company and possibly visit to uncle vito for assistance. Anything that needs replaced will be 10x more than a automotive part would be. Lesson 3. Learn what needs assistance and by who. RV tech is not needed to replace airbag, truck mechanic is. Basic maintenance can be performed by most who know what a monkey wrench is. Lesson 4. YouTube/Internet can be most useful when diagnosing a issue. All vehicles break eventually, deal with it. Lesson 5. Slow down enjoy the ride. It's the journey not the destination that makes a trip.
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Ken Ireland

Arizona

Reviewed on June 18, 2022

RV reviewed 2013 American Coach American Eagle 45N view listing

5.0
This is our second Eagle. We just returned from our second 5000 mile trip this year. It ran like a dream. It’s livability, drivability and workmanship is awesome. The folks of REV, whether it’s the call center or Coburg, OR have been most helpful. At a recent American Coach rally the folks from RE... read more
This is our second Eagle. We just returned from our second 5000 mile trip this year. It ran like a dream. It’s livability, drivability and workmanship is awesome. The folks of REV, whether it’s the call center or Coburg, OR have been most helpful. At a recent American Coach rally the folks from REV performed general maintenance for the attendees. We do have a abnormal drain on the chassis batteries. Most likely a bad diode on the alternator.
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Jim Wiebe

Alberta

Reviewed on August 16, 2021

RV reviewed 2004 American Coach American Eagle 42R view listing

4.0
Please share details and the story of this unit please? Any issues with it? Please send more pictures interior, any flaws etc. What heater does it have? Heated floors? Electric cord reel? Aqua system? King bed?... read more
Please share details and the story of this unit please? Any issues with it? Please send more pictures interior, any flaws etc. What heater does it have? Heated floors? Electric cord reel? Aqua system? King bed?
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Kat

Kentucky

Reviewed on June 29, 2021

RV reviewed 2020 American Coach American Eagle view listing

5.0
The American Eagle has landed. Our 2020 Eagle is the best by far driving and reliable. We live aboard travel etc. We’ve had a few issues getting the bugs worked out the 1 st year. REV has been great support to us. Can’t go wrong with the Liberty Frame from Freightliner 605 hp. Awesome... read more
The American Eagle has landed. Our 2020 Eagle is the best by far driving and reliable. We live aboard travel etc. We’ve had a few issues getting the bugs worked out the 1 st year. REV has been great support to us. Can’t go wrong with the Liberty Frame from Freightliner 605 hp. Awesome power.
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Rocky Bader

Texas

Reviewed on June 29, 2021

RV reviewed 2020 American Coach American Eagle 45K view listing

5.0
What a great turn-a-round for the American Eagle. Wow it’s back ! I have a 2020. Few bugs to work through when we 1st purchased it from Motor Home Specialist. Certainly not impressed with them at all. However the support from REV is great. Great response time. Great support. This so the best abs... read more
What a great turn-a-round for the American Eagle. Wow it’s back ! I have a 2020. Few bugs to work through when we 1st purchased it from Motor Home Specialist. Certainly not impressed with them at all. However the support from REV is great. Great response time. Great support. This so the best absolute driving Class A I’ve driven. Power is there 605 hp is a beast. This coach will go faster than you dare. Thanks REV. Rocky Motor Home Specialist in Alvarado Texas Sucks especially BUCK don’t attempt to buy anything from that !
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John Rochford

Florida

Reviewed on June 16, 2021

RV reviewed 2020 American Coach American Eagle 45K view listing

5.0
AWESOME EXPERIENCE REV GROUP Do Not Scream Threaten or use Foul Language with REV Group they are to help I Promise! I never raised my voice, I explained to Steve I only wanted what I had purchased, wanted it to work as it should... read more
AWESOME EXPERIENCE REV GROUP Do Not Scream Threaten or use Foul Language with REV Group they are to help I Promise! I never raised my voice, I explained to Steve I only wanted what I had purchased, wanted it to work as it should
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Glenn R

Texas

Reviewed on September 6, 2020

RV reviewed 2008 American Coach American Eagle 42F view listing

5.0
This is a wonderful coach. We love the build quality, and the layout. We have been in weather from 15F to 112F, coach performed good. The heated floors and Aqua-Hot are great. Warm floors for the feet, and unlimited hot water for showers.... read more
This is a wonderful coach. We love the build quality, and the layout. We have been in weather from 15F to 112F, coach performed good. The heated floors and Aqua-Hot are great. Warm floors for the feet, and unlimited hot water for showers.
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Brenda DiPanfilo

Arizona

Reviewed on January 18, 2019

RV reviewed 2009 American Coach American Eagle 42P view listing

5.0
This rig is very large width wise and very comfortable to live in and drive. It has every convenience possible even an electric dump. It is very easy to set up once you are partked since it has both hydraulic and air leveling systems. We tow a Jeep grand Cherokee and you don’t even know it’s... read more
This rig is very large width wise and very comfortable to live in and drive. It has every convenience possible even an electric dump. It is very easy to set up once you are partked since it has both hydraulic and air leveling systems. We tow a Jeep grand Cherokee and you don’t even know it’s behind the motorhome. With 500 HP you can go up the hills easily and two engine brakes makes dissent trouble free. If you call American coach and give them the Vin number they are more than glad to help you and send any part you may need.
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Dave Hopcroft

Colorado

Reviewed on February 8, 2018

RV reviewed 2017 American Coach American Eagle 45A view listing

3.2
Potentially a great coach. Just be very, very careful of the sharp practices and slippery language used by the manufacturer. We purchased our Eagle 45A new - and when it was in an American Coach regional service center - a American Coach employed technician told me the air-mattress (in the sleeper sofa) w... read more
Potentially a great coach. Just be very, very careful of the sharp practices and slippery language used by the manufacturer. We purchased our Eagle 45A new - and when it was in an American Coach regional service center - a American Coach employed technician told me the air-mattress (in the sleeper sofa) was missing. When I contacted American Coach to request an air-mattress (since air-mattress is shown as standard equipment in ALL Eagle models) they told me they can substitute anything they want without telling me I thought this was appalling - they said they have small-print on the back page of their brochure that states they can change anything they want without notice... I looked - it’s there - in VERY SMALL-PRINT This is the nastiest form of bait-and-switch It’s imposdible to check everything prior to delivery (they might substitute the 150 gallon diesel tank and put in a 75 gallon tank - how could you check that before delivery?) So it boils down to trust - as consumers - we have to trust what reputable manufactures list/say/offfer American Coach has demonstrated that it cannot be trusted I would NEVER BUY AN AMERICAN COACH !!!!
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