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4.6
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4.3
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4.7
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4.6
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3.0

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Wayne Dodd

Georgia, USA

Reviewed on May 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Tiffin Allegro Bus 40IP view listing

5.0
We have loved everything about this Bus from the onset. We have had no major problems. Everything works great. We are selling due to health reasons. I just had Fowler in Red Bay paint correction and ceramic the Bus with awesome results. The unit has always had an annual maintenance at Appalachian Foothills. ... read more
We have loved everything about this Bus from the onset. We have had no major problems. Everything works great. We are selling due to health reasons. I just had Fowler in Red Bay paint correction and ceramic the Bus with awesome results. The unit has always had an annual maintenance at Appalachian Foothills. . I have gone overboard in maintenance. I just had all tanks cleaned by Bobby in RedBay. I have always kept the tires covered and on mats. 3 details a year along with plenty of interim cleaning and wax. Unit has been located outside of trips at Talona Ridge RV Resort in Ellijay Ga, so it had be clean! Just had Nick install the outside tv swivel mount in Red Bay and Fowler do the outside keypad cover. Genny has 350 hours. Unit’s mileage is 9,654. Safe-T-Plus and MCU’s have been installed. Exhaust fan covers were installed on all 3 fans. Unit has 3 solar cells.
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Deborah A Young

Alabama, USA

Reviewed on May 24, 2024

RV reviewed 2007 National RV Tropical T340 view listing

4.8
This is or second RV. We bought our 1st RV because we had an older dog we would not leave or board. So we decided to take a 2 day trip and take Hershey with us. The 1st RV was a gas burner and an inexpensive way to start but we found we loved the camping experience. After 2 years that RV began to delam in... read more
This is or second RV. We bought our 1st RV because we had an older dog we would not leave or board. So we decided to take a 2 day trip and take Hershey with us. The 1st RV was a gas burner and an inexpensive way to start but we found we loved the camping experience. After 2 years that RV began to delam in the walls and we knew we must trade. We knew we wanted a bigger shower and a more heavy RV. The gas burner bumped and road walked as it road so we chose a diesel. Our RV building had a 12 ft door opening so we needed an RV under 12 ft tall. We found this National Tropical and we loved it from the start. The shower was big and the water flow excellent. The cabinets were well built and was very stable on the road. Everything about this RV was so much nicer than we had experienced before. It was consistent and we had and still have confidence in this RV. We had a couple in our town sell their RV as he felt he no longer could drive. We decided to look at it as my husband had eye surgery and this RV had side cameras to help our senior self. We just put our items in the 3rd RV last week and I can tell you a couple of things I will miss from this National RV we have for sale. This RV has a cupboard of sorts by the refrigerator. It has about 5-6 pull out baskets that are wonderful for the foods. It also has a linen closet for towels and blankets and extra pillows. Our 3rd doesn't have either of these features and I miss them already. The slides work perfectly but if you part somewhere and do not want to put the out you can still walk the entire way from front to back easily. In the 3rd RV we bought we can not. So as far as floor plan and comfort this National tropical is excellent. We have really enjoyed this RV and we hope someone else will love it as much as we do.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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4.0
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Richard Harrison

California, USA

Reviewed on May 21, 2024

RV reviewed 2015 Thor Motor Coach 36.1 Palazzo view listing

5.0
This coach/motorhome had been great. It has been very dependable. Some people may of had an issue with theirs, blaming Thor. Thor uses the same products as other RV Companies. When we had a minor issue, we called that company brand to get resolved.... read more
This coach/motorhome had been great. It has been very dependable. Some people may of had an issue with theirs, blaming Thor. Thor uses the same products as other RV Companies. When we had a minor issue, we called that company brand to get resolved.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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James L Stubbs Jr

Florida, USA

Reviewed on May 21, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Forza 34T view listing

1.4
Below is a copy of my latest email to Winnebago. I bought a brand new bus that had manufacturing defects which led to severe water damage. We have decided the situation with this motorhome is beyond unacceptable. This is more than warranty work. It's not like this is our camper that we have been using and s... read more
Below is a copy of my latest email to Winnebago. I bought a brand new bus that had manufacturing defects which led to severe water damage. We have decided the situation with this motorhome is beyond unacceptable. This is more than warranty work. It's not like this is our camper that we have been using and something went wrong. It is brand new. I have never used it. We purchased it new on April 24th knowing that there was a minor repair that we were told would be completed in less than a week. Here we are almost a month later and nobody even knows what's going on. These are the facts though. The whole passenger side front end of the bus is water damaged to the point that all the Luan is rotten. With mold and mushrooms growing out of the wall. The seals on the roof were not installed / applied correctly by Winnebago during manufacturing. The joint where the roof meets the sidewall in the area of the leak was not properly mated and sealed. These manufacturing defects caused serious water damage. I also picked up high moisture levels on all the walls by both slide outs. I'm waiting for general RV to peel that wall paper back to confirm water damage there too. There was no putty tape or silicone sealant on any of those joints so I expect the moisture reading to be correct and all that paneling to be water damaged also. I sealed them to mitigate further damage, but I suspect the damage has been done already. The coach is so waterlogged that I found mold and even mushrooms growing on the wall. I have photos of this disgusting problem. I'd like you to know that I'm not some wealthy person that can just blow this off. This purchase is a huge financial burden and was purchased as a living situation. I just retired after 24 years in the military and this was the next chapter in life. It has turned into a disaster. This is a brand new coach. I have never used it. It is rotten from water damage caused by manufacturing defects and lack of quality control. I paid for a brand-new coach, not this rotten POS. We want Winnebago to either, buy this bus back, replace it with a new undamaged unit like we paid for, or arrange for General RV to take this bus back and get us our old RV back and somehow fix the financial parts of this. Also, I would be surprised if nobody at General RV knew about this. I need to know right now if Winnebago is going to work with me or against me to get this resolved. I'm not okay with driving this 1600 miles back to the factory then waiting weeks or months for repairs then driving 1600 miles back. I bought a brand new camper. haven't used it, and this isn't a new camper issue or resolution.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
2.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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1.0
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Jeff Lieber

California, USA

Reviewed on May 19, 2024

RV reviewed 1994 Winnebago Adventurer 34D view listing

5.0
Absolutely fantastic RV! The 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C has exceeded all my expectations. From its classic design to its reliable performance, this RV has everything I need for a comfortable and enjoyable journey. The spacious interior is thoughtfully designed, providing ample storage and a cozy living... read more
Absolutely fantastic RV! The 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C has exceeded all my expectations. From its classic design to its reliable performance, this RV has everything I need for a comfortable and enjoyable journey. The spacious interior is thoughtfully designed, providing ample storage and a cozy living area that makes long trips a breeze. The kitchen is well-equipped, and the bathroom facilities are surprisingly roomy for an RV of this age. Driving the Adventurer is a pleasure; it's smooth on the road and handles well, making even the longest drives feel manageable. The build quality is exceptional, and despite its age, everything works perfectly. It's clear that Winnebago's craftsmanship stands the test of time. I've taken this RV on numerous adventures, and it never disappoints. For anyone looking for a dependable, well-built RV with a touch of nostalgic charm, the 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C is a top choice. Highly recommended!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Jay W Putnam

Massachusetts, USA

Reviewed on May 9, 2024

RV reviewed 1992 Safari Continental 3706 view listing

4.2
I have a 1997 Safari Sahara 35' DP and this looks fantastic to me. Great layout. If it checks out it will make someone very happy. Don't be afraid of the age, they were very well put together and will go as long as you are willing to keep them going.... read more
I have a 1997 Safari Sahara 35' DP and this looks fantastic to me. Great layout. If it checks out it will make someone very happy. Don't be afraid of the age, they were very well put together and will go as long as you are willing to keep them going.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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Michael Brady

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on May 7, 2024

RV reviewed 2014 Tiffin Allegro Bus 45LP view listing

5.0
We have so enjoyed our travels in this easy to drive well designed easy to live In luxury on wheels. Every thing was checked out top to bottom by Olstrum Rv. After some repair and replacement No known issues or problems are needed to be done. We'll maintained on everything. Tires are 2 almost 3 years old in ... read more
We have so enjoyed our travels in this easy to drive well designed easy to live In luxury on wheels. Every thing was checked out top to bottom by Olstrum Rv. After some repair and replacement No known issues or problems are needed to be done. We'll maintained on everything. Tires are 2 almost 3 years old in excellent condition all Michelin.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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Mike H

California, USA

Reviewed on May 7, 2024

RV reviewed 2004 National Tropical T-370 view listing

3.6
We drove a Tropical seven years before we bought this one and I told my wife then, that we would own one of these one day. Well, we found this one at a dealer in LA and bought it. Now 70,000 miles later and thirteen years later, we still love this motorhome. We are downsizing which is the only reason we have... read more
We drove a Tropical seven years before we bought this one and I told my wife then, that we would own one of these one day. Well, we found this one at a dealer in LA and bought it. Now 70,000 miles later and thirteen years later, we still love this motorhome. We are downsizing which is the only reason we have listed our motorhome.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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1.0
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James Crossley

Indiana, USA

Reviewed on May 4, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Thor Motor Coach Tuscany XTE 40EX view listing

1.0
Thor Industries is the next Enron. We got tricked into buying one of their coaches and it broke so many times that they couldn’t actually fix it. The end result is that we are suing them, can you imagine a company that is so bad their customers have to sue them? Please do not buy an RV from one of their... read more
Thor Industries is the next Enron. We got tricked into buying one of their coaches and it broke so many times that they couldn’t actually fix it. The end result is that we are suing them, can you imagine a company that is so bad their customers have to sue them? Please do not buy an RV from one of their brands, do your research since they own a lot of the brands.
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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Alexander Mashburn

Utah, USA

Reviewed on April 29, 2024

RV reviewed 2000 Fleetwood American Tradition 40VS view listing

5.0
Great motorhome. There is something about a durable, reliable, and fun RV. Hopefully everyone can enjoy the luxury of a vehicle like this someday. Last thing I’ll say is the batteries do need to be replaced every 20,000 miles ish. There are 4 of them and they are 6 volts each. The 12 volt ones won&rsquo... read more
Great motorhome. There is something about a durable, reliable, and fun RV. Hopefully everyone can enjoy the luxury of a vehicle like this someday. Last thing I’ll say is the batteries do need to be replaced every 20,000 miles ish. There are 4 of them and they are 6 volts each. The 12 volt ones won’t fit In the space to be able to have 2 of them.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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