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John Strange

Virginia, USA

Reviewed on July 9, 2024

RV reviewed 2015 Coachmen Freelander 21QB view listing

4.8
The rig is well cared for. Comfortable, spacious. Drives well. Backup camera. Perfect for family outings. All features, refrigerator , 4 burner stove with oven, air conditioner, heater, water heater, sleeps 6 comfortably. Power awning. Plenty of...read more
The rig is well cared for. Comfortable, spacious. Drives well. Backup camera. Perfect for family outings. All features, refrigerator , 4 burner stove with oven, air conditioner, heater, water heater, sleeps 6 comfortably. Power awning. Plenty of storage.
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Mark Bartlett

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on June 15, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Coachmen Freelander 26DS view listing

2.0
We liked the look and style of this RV and watching how they are built on their website seemed like we were buying a quality product. We used is for 6 nights and two camping trips before the slide broke and would not go out all the way out. It jammed and dug into the floor and we spent two nights...read more
We liked the look and style of this RV and watching how they are built on their website seemed like we were buying a quality product. We used is for 6 nights and two camping trips before the slide broke and would not go out all the way out. It jammed and dug into the floor and we spent two nights like that until we just decided to go home. There were several other problems we had with this motor home and it was nearly impossible to get in touch with someone at coachmen in customer service. I left emails and several messages and didn’t get a reply until I called every day for a few days. Among the other issues we had was the coach door was vey difficult to open, the dvd player ($30 on Amazon) didn’t work the first time we tried, ac unit was vibrating because the bolts to the roof were not tight, rubber on the roof was pealing up, sealer gaps on the roof, right window not installed correctly in its track (binding), inside trim on slide looks like it was installed with a shotgun. We took it in for service and was told they denied repairing some of the items(trim, dvd player). When we brought it in for service the vehicle had less then 3000 miles on it and was less then a year old (5 months was covered in storage and 2 at the dealership). Most of the trim and components are very cheap quality like plastic shelf paper covering fake wood trim. Low quality TV,s and audio equipment. We knew we had a Covid lemon and we tried to trade it in only to find out it’s worth $50000 less then we paid for it and neither the dealer nor manufacturer had any interest in helping us out. I would recommend avoiding this company and it’s parent company forest river.
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Terry scott

Missouri, USA

Reviewed on February 23, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 coachmen freelander 22XG view listing

4.2
The Freelander 22XG has a great floorplan layout. With just my wife and I, this 24 ft RV seems very very roomy. We use the over cab bunk for our suite cases and everything else that might clutter up the area. The dinette is comfortable for eating, playing games and watching TV at night. The 10...read more
The Freelander 22XG has a great floorplan layout. With just my wife and I, this 24 ft RV seems very very roomy. We use the over cab bunk for our suite cases and everything else that might clutter up the area. The dinette is comfortable for eating, playing games and watching TV at night. The 10 cu ft 12v refrigerator is bigger than many common place 8 cu ft units and especially the 6 cu ft units in the Class B+ units. The queen size murphy bed is almost like being at home, being the same size. During the day we keep the murphy bed up against the wall with the sheets still on the bed. It wakes the RV seem much bigger. When we drive, I keep the bed down to the non driver can rest if needed before taking their turn driving. It drives just like a pickup or full size van. At about the size of a U-Haul truck, it drives and handles much better. We have only had ours about year but are still pleased. We have even found winterizing it much easlier that expected.
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Wendy Crismore

New Mexico, USA

Reviewed on January 31, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Coachmen Freelander 29KB 450 Ford view listing

4.6
KING BED! How many class C's have a king bed? Two slide outs make this RV expand to a large living space and private master bedroom. Sleeps 6 and ours has the two recliners which is nice when watching movies. Larger shower than most we have seen in class C's and an instant-hot water heater. Nice...read more
KING BED! How many class C's have a king bed? Two slide outs make this RV expand to a large living space and private master bedroom. Sleeps 6 and ours has the two recliners which is nice when watching movies. Larger shower than most we have seen in class C's and an instant-hot water heater. Nice warm showers right away! Easy to drive and tow with this RV. Large awning gives us a lot of covered outdoor space, which definitely expands our living areas!
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Lionel

Reviewed on September 20, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Coachmen Freelander 26DS view listing

1.6
We got ours in December of 2022 First trip discovered a long list of issues Driving at 65 mph all over the place Battery died Exhaust leaks Driver side mirror falls out while driving Rv entrance door jammed could not open it Refrigerator acting up not working properly Generator hard to...read more
We got ours in December of 2022 First trip discovered a long list of issues Driving at 65 mph all over the place Battery died Exhaust leaks Driver side mirror falls out while driving Rv entrance door jammed could not open it Refrigerator acting up not working properly Generator hard to start Mattress all damaged Shower pan leaks Bathroom door not closing Dinette window not closing properly and water leaks Turn signals cameras not working properly Check engine light comes on after 10 minutes driving Slides out got stock open could not close Had been in the dealer at least 15 times and over 4 months total Factory and Dealership are giving us the run around without any help
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Hugh

Reviewed on May 17, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Coachmen Freelander 31BH Ford 450 view listing

2.4
Don’t think you’ll enjoy the rig outside a full hookup park. DC only refrigerators promoted as for efficiency and it could not be further from the truth. Comes with one coach battery. If you like boondocking, think Harvest Hosts, one battery gets you a refrigerator battery alarm at 2am, if...read more
Don’t think you’ll enjoy the rig outside a full hookup park. DC only refrigerators promoted as for efficiency and it could not be further from the truth. Comes with one coach battery. If you like boondocking, think Harvest Hosts, one battery gets you a refrigerator battery alarm at 2am, if you stopped driving at 5pm. Your chosise is run the Benny or turn off the refrigerator. Don’t do one of the two you wake up with a dead battery that won’t start the generator. This is a lousy design and it’s from a company counting beans, not in the real world.
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4.0
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Tom

Reviewed on February 8, 2023

RV reviewed 2010 Coachmen Freelander 23BB view listing

5.0
Rock-solid RV layout. I especially like the bunks, flexible open floor plan, and lack of slide-outs, which add complexity, risk and expense. Short wheelbase and powerful engine so super-nimble. Nice mix of amenities; excellent storage...read more
Rock-solid RV layout. I especially like the bunks, flexible open floor plan, and lack of slide-outs, which add complexity, risk and expense. Short wheelbase and powerful engine so super-nimble. Nice mix of amenities; excellent storage capacities.
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Lisa

Virginia

Reviewed on October 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Coachmen Freelander 26DS view listing

2.0
Do not waste $100,000 on a Freelander like we did. Purchased July 23, 2022 and have used once! The rest of the time it's at the dealer or waiting for parts. I won't go thru the extensive list of small stuff like poor trim, inadequate sealing in various places or even the bedroom wall coming...read more
Do not waste $100,000 on a Freelander like we did. Purchased July 23, 2022 and have used once! The rest of the time it's at the dealer or waiting for parts. I won't go thru the extensive list of small stuff like poor trim, inadequate sealing in various places or even the bedroom wall coming apart. We haven't been able to use because of fuel pump and a non working fridge. Note besides a monthly RV payment we are also paying for long term site. Combined we are paying $1500 a month for a motorhome we can't use. Oh and don't bother calling the company it goes straight to VM and they don't call back I have tried twice. Dealer said it takes them hours on hold to reach them on the dealer line. Speaking of dealer bait and switch as we were told what a high quality RV we were getting, whereas service said 2021 & 2022s are known Covid RV and they can't get them off the lots! Lessons learned, don't make the same mistake.
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Martha

Virginia

Reviewed on April 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2006 Coachmen Freelander 31BH Ford 450 view listing

5.0
The RV is the best and has queen size bed in private bedroom, dinette table converts into a bed, sofa folds into a bed, has top bed, sleeps 7-8 people comfortably, refrigerator, 3 burner stove, microwave, a/c blows cold, heater works, bathroom, has separate stand up shower with glass door, has...read more
The RV is the best and has queen size bed in private bedroom, dinette table converts into a bed, sofa folds into a bed, has top bed, sleeps 7-8 people comfortably, refrigerator, 3 burner stove, microwave, a/c blows cold, heater works, bathroom, has separate stand up shower with glass door, has generator, power leveling jacks..etc
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Robert McCluskie

Pennsylvania

Reviewed on March 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2016 Coachmen Freelander 32BH Ford 450 view listing

2.6
I bought the Coachman Freelander BH, class C, brand new in 2016. The first camping trip was great, after that all downhill. To say the people on the Coachman/Forrest River assembly lines gave zero sh*ts about their basic workmanship would be an understatement. My first hint is when I looked under...read more
I bought the Coachman Freelander BH, class C, brand new in 2016. The first camping trip was great, after that all downhill. To say the people on the Coachman/Forrest River assembly lines gave zero sh*ts about their basic workmanship would be an understatement. My first hint is when I looked under the sink where the hot water heater was. There was wire insulation and shavings everywhere. They were too lazy to clean up after their work. This was everywhere in the RV. Since then it was discovered the shower plumbing was installed wrong at factory causing damage. We eventually had to replace the whole shower which we had to pay for. We had a massive window leak which turned out they installed incorrectly at factory. They Gerryrigged it to get it off the assembly line. It ended up giving and the massive leak happened years later in the middle of a storm. We had to pay for. Vent fan broke. Numerous window shades broke. One of two slides totally jammed up. The slide controller got wet BECAUSE ITS INSTALLED IN AN OUTSIDE STORAGE COMPARTMENT! This screw up is on the designers. Because of condensation we can’t use that compartment now. There were more issues. The Ford truck part of the RV no issues. The Frig, AC, heater, etc made by other companies no issues. All the issues started on the assembly line. Sadly it sometimes takes a few years to discover them. Coachman just doesn’t understand this is a families 2nd home. This is a massive financial investment for a middle class family. Good luck on trying to get a hold of them for anything. Very disgusted by the Coachman/Forrest River brand.
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