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2.7
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3.7
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3.0
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Duane Ellsworth

Reviewed on May 18, 2023

RV reviewed 2015 ATC Front Bedroom, Back Garage/toy hauler Quest Custom view listing

4.6
I LOVE how versatile the trailer is; the garage is multipurpose as a toy/luggage hauler, as well has having a sleeping quarters with it's own A/C room split. The pop-up stadium top has been used for many things as well: as a viewing area, sleeping under the stars, and putting up a tent. Having a washer/dryer... read more
I LOVE how versatile the trailer is; the garage is multipurpose as a toy/luggage hauler, as well has having a sleeping quarters with it's own A/C room split. The pop-up stadium top has been used for many things as well: as a viewing area, sleeping under the stars, and putting up a tent. Having a washer/dryer combo has been a unique feature to appreciate. We've preferred using it when we have hookups so we're not using tank water. The outdoor TV is nice for evening movies and the indoor TV has it's convenience as well. It's been a little different to get used to the short ceiling above the gooseneck for a bedroom, but the comfortable bed, personal A/C split, and dimming lights counter the lack in ceiling height. Overall, the trailer feels sturdy. The hickory cabinets and doors are solid, and the aluminum wall studs give peace of mind.
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
Factory warranty/support
4.0
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Trevor

Reviewed on March 13, 2023

RV reviewed 2020 ATC VRV XTR 722 view listing

2.0
ATC says their trailers and 5th wheels will last a lifetime because they're aluminum. However, the craftsmanship in areas difficult to see, like the undercarriage, is some of the worst I've seen. Sloppy, unprofessional j-rigging at best. Very disappointing for such expensive rigs to say the least. I'll never ... read more
ATC says their trailers and 5th wheels will last a lifetime because they're aluminum. However, the craftsmanship in areas difficult to see, like the undercarriage, is some of the worst I've seen. Sloppy, unprofessional j-rigging at best. Very disappointing for such expensive rigs to say the least. I'll never trust this companies products behind my trucks again. Dangerous builds.
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1.0
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1.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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Oleg

New Jersey

Reviewed on December 5, 2020

RV reviewed 2013 ATC Bobcat Bobcat view listing

2.0
I was completely dissatisfied with how ATC treats it's customers. I bought a used camper from the auction, and customer service was very disrespectful for me. I understand that I didn't pay a penny to ATC per se. However does I mean that the customer should be left without support? Initially, ATC answered ... read more
I was completely dissatisfied with how ATC treats it's customers. I bought a used camper from the auction, and customer service was very disrespectful for me. I understand that I didn't pay a penny to ATC per se. However does I mean that the customer should be left without support? Initially, ATC answered my questions (some of them incorrectly). When I emailed them then, they just stopped responding. When I called, in a very rude tone their answers were like "yes", "no" etc. E. g. literally : "What do you need?!" For me not responding to email is the same if at the street I ask a question in person and the respondent just turns his back and goes away. Especially if it is business-customer relationship. I said, I can call back when you are not so busy. ATC responded: "we are always busy!" By way of comparison, I bought a used Toyota. I have never paid money directly to the Toyota factory or even dealer. Despite that, Toyota resolved absolutely all of my questions when I contacted their headquarters. So now I recommend this car make to anybody I know. For the quality of the camper, they should improve their manual because it becomes a real safety issue. They literally say: "you can place on the roof anything you want". Well, previous owner put 3 solar panels on the roof and it was very difficult for me to lift it up. Their manual is just 6 PDF couple-page files, with no pictures, nothing. FWC has a 100 page manual. I used FWC manual to setup the camper, I called FWC and they helped me a lot. Later I visited FWC factory and they told me that founder of ATC long time ago worked for FWC. Then he just copied and pasted their technology. That's why FWC are constantly improving their technology while ATC just keep producing the same. Of course, copying is much easier than inventing new. I wouldn't trust to positive customer reviews about these campers. Most of them are at "wanderthewest" website forum, and ATC placed a link to reviews at this forum at their own website. However, this forum blocks negative customer reviews about ATC (which was my case).
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3.0
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
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