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3.6
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2.8
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4.2
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4.0
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2.3

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Susan Burkholder

Texas, USA

Reviewed on June 11, 2024

RV reviewed 2009 DUTCHMEN COLORADO 35RB view listing

4.6
3 separate Bedrooms! Great for a family with children, or for the grandkids to visit or travel with you. Queen Bed. Washer Dryer Connection in one of the two Master Closets. Primary Bath has a full shower, vanity, sink, toilet. 2nd and 3rd Bedrooms have their own doors, and a separate bathroom with... read more
3 separate Bedrooms! Great for a family with children, or for the grandkids to visit or travel with you. Queen Bed. Washer Dryer Connection in one of the two Master Closets. Primary Bath has a full shower, vanity, sink, toilet. 2nd and 3rd Bedrooms have their own doors, and a separate bathroom with toilet, sink and vanity. Plenty of storage and living space. Our daughter and her family (husband and 2 children) lived in this 3 Bedroom 5th wheel for over a year while their home was being built.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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The Bear

Tennessee, USA

Reviewed on June 7, 2024

RV reviewed 2008 Dutchmen Kodiak 214 view listing

5.0
Tent camping the easy way with all the amenities. No more struggling to assemble the tent then hope it doesn't rain ensuring you wake up in wet sleeping bags. Our family enjoyed rough camping for a while...But these hybrid tent end campers are just the best of both worlds. No regrets for buying a hybrid, ... read more
Tent camping the easy way with all the amenities. No more struggling to assemble the tent then hope it doesn't rain ensuring you wake up in wet sleeping bags. Our family enjoyed rough camping for a while...But these hybrid tent end campers are just the best of both worlds. No regrets for buying a hybrid, roomy, light weight towing, easy on my truck and wallet when it comes to gas prices.
Livability
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Thomas Harsch

Montana, USA

Reviewed on June 6, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Dutchmen Astoria 2993RLF view listing

1.8
The Astoria fifth wheel we bought last year is the worst camper I’ve owned!! The12 volt fridge eats so much power you HAVE to be plugged in!!! The Gibby box idea is a disaster!!!!! We had a typical warranty whine list after a disastrous maiden voyage that we still haven’t been correctly repaired!!... read more
The Astoria fifth wheel we bought last year is the worst camper I’ve owned!! The12 volt fridge eats so much power you HAVE to be plugged in!!! The Gibby box idea is a disaster!!!!! We had a typical warranty whine list after a disastrous maiden voyage that we still haven’t been correctly repaired!! I don’t know what I’m going to do with the camper yet(get rid of), but I sure as Hell won’t buy another one of these!!!!
Livability
1.0
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1.0
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3.0
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3.0
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1.0
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MARK caldwell

Washington, USA

Reviewed on May 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Dutchmen Kodiak 296BHSL view listing

2.2
At first I was sold on the trailer. It seemed nice, cleanly designed, and nicely appointed. Unfortunately I was sold on the swing away fireplace and flat-screen television console and didn't even put any thought into what anyone would really need. Like storage. None of the storage offered holds anything ... read more
At first I was sold on the trailer. It seemed nice, cleanly designed, and nicely appointed. Unfortunately I was sold on the swing away fireplace and flat-screen television console and didn't even put any thought into what anyone would really need. Like storage. None of the storage offered holds anything that you need to enjoy the great outdoors. There are two outside compartments, one is filled with a useless mini fridge and the other is just big enough to hold the necessities needed to actually use the camper. And maybe an extension chord or two. The closets front and back hold enough clothing essentials for a 3 or 4 day trip. The craftsmanship absolutely makes this trailer a rip-off. 0ver 50k and my 65lb year old niece broke the lower back bunk bed, the table is bowed and thin and itlowered into the banquette supposedly is supposed to double as a bed comfortable for two adults. I wouldn't put a 40lb child on it... the table would break. The master is supposed to have a queen bed, but it really has a thin pad and a sharp edged piece of chip board that you have to squeeze around to get into. The walk through bath is dark and useless. The toilet is right inside, practically blocking the way to the master.. and the glass shower door, even when it's locked open for travel will slam shut and shatter..which one panel of mine did. And lastly the kitchen. It's probably the most disappointing part of the trailer... there just isn't one. There is 4.5 total square feet of usable counter and its the orner where it's totally useless. Molding has popped off the corners in the master, the bath, the living room and both sides of the slider the molding is popping off. One more thing.. the "satelite" that is supposed to give you free basic/local channels gives you absolutely nothing. The TV doesn't even recognize it. Unless you buy a subscription... it does nothing. And the magnificent secret pantry... cheap shelves bow downward, the front trim has broken off one shelf and the fireplace... all it does is blow the breaker. This brand is a disappointment
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1.0
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1.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Kc Ann

Florida, USA

Reviewed on May 12, 2024

RV reviewed 2008 Dutchmen Kodiak 214 view listing

5.0
These Hybrid Travel Trailers are so light weight and easy to tow. We towed a Kodiak model 214 with our jeep. Considering its just 24ft we couldn't believe how much room we had and with the slide out and 2 queen size tent ends it's got the room to spare. If your on the fence about these types of campers, ge... read more
These Hybrid Travel Trailers are so light weight and easy to tow. We towed a Kodiak model 214 with our jeep. Considering its just 24ft we couldn't believe how much room we had and with the slide out and 2 queen size tent ends it's got the room to spare. If your on the fence about these types of campers, get one you won't regret it.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Richard Svetlik

Texas, USA

Reviewed on April 29, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Dutchmen Yukon 320RL view listing

2.6
We have owned this RV for one year. It has been in the shop for 20, yes 20 total weeks and is soon to go into the shop for additional warranty repairs. The defects include drawer slides falling off, LED lights on the front cap and awnings replaced, front awning replaced, side wall panel separating from trim... read more
We have owned this RV for one year. It has been in the shop for 20, yes 20 total weeks and is soon to go into the shop for additional warranty repairs. The defects include drawer slides falling off, LED lights on the front cap and awnings replaced, front awning replaced, side wall panel separating from trim, ice maker water line kinked and didn't allow water flow (replaced), bath sink faucet replaced, black water flush line was leaking under bathroom deck, water heater electrical was not connected at factory, entry door installed incorrectly (replaced). Leveling system is now not functioning and one slide cable has snapped. Blue Compass has done all the warranty repairs but we've had to return more than once for the same issues. Very poor quality of workmanship. I would not recommend buying from this manufacturer.
Livability
1.0
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1.0
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4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Jim Hill

Tennessee, USA

Reviewed on March 19, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Dutchmen Kodiak Ultra Lite 296BHSL view listing

5.0
This has been such an amazing trailer! The amount of storage is crazy! Also, it has so much room with the huge slide out. Having 2 large grey tanks and 1 black was so nice as I didn't have to hook up very often. We love this trailer and highly suggest it!... read more
This has been such an amazing trailer! The amount of storage is crazy! Also, it has so much room with the huge slide out. Having 2 large grey tanks and 1 black was so nice as I didn't have to hook up very often. We love this trailer and highly suggest it!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Timmy

Texas, USA

Reviewed on March 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Dutchmen Atlas 2912R view listing

3.8
I live full time in my trailer. Most of it has been a good experience. I did have a few issues after my purchase. The shower was leaking but I was able to fix it easily. The wood sticker on the bathroom door pealed but I replaced it with something better. My biggest issue was the counter tops change color wit... read more
I live full time in my trailer. Most of it has been a good experience. I did have a few issues after my purchase. The shower was leaking but I was able to fix it easily. The wood sticker on the bathroom door pealed but I replaced it with something better. My biggest issue was the counter tops change color with very little heat. Toes perfect and living style is great. With they spent a little more money on quality supplies but I’d say that with every travel trailer. Did have to re-glue some trim and adjust the door.
Livability
4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Josh Linda

Colorado, USA

Reviewed on March 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Dutchmen Voltage 4271 view listing

3.2
I noticed it had several issues before I left the lot, including a scratch on the window, a crack in the toilet bowl, dried glue in the sink, and a wall seam separating. I also noticed loose trim, a loose cabinet, a faulty drawer, and a leaking lower compartment after purchase.... read more
I noticed it had several issues before I left the lot, including a scratch on the window, a crack in the toilet bowl, dried glue in the sink, and a wall seam separating. I also noticed loose trim, a loose cabinet, a faulty drawer, and a leaking lower compartment after purchase.
Livability
3.0
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3.0
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4.0
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4.0
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LaRay

Tennessee, USA

Reviewed on February 9, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Dutchmen Atlas 3172RLKB view listing

2.6
Back window was leaking first heavy rain, 2 weeks after purchase from dealer lot. Dealership sent someone out that just caulked the crap out of it. Still leaks during a heavy storm. Thankfully it's easy to clean up and maintain. Now both windows on each side of the loveseat leak. The sink frame gave way ... read more
Back window was leaking first heavy rain, 2 weeks after purchase from dealer lot. Dealership sent someone out that just caulked the crap out of it. Still leaks during a heavy storm. Thankfully it's easy to clean up and maintain. Now both windows on each side of the loveseat leak. The sink frame gave way and fell inside the cabinets. They better supported it at the warranty repair, but their caulk job looked that of a toddler. They make you bring in your camper while it takes them months to repair the most simple items. Dealership tries like hell to get out of every warranty repair and bills you for their goons who are worth $10 hour but charge you hundreds per hour. The unit (2021) should have a tankless so you can shower as long as you choose! but alas... it's a small tank and hot water runs out quick. AC sounds like you're in a turbine!!! Can't carry a conversation indoors during the summer. Loud as HECK! Bed frame is cheap pressed wood and even average weight people will be replacing the wood. Lifting the bed for access to the cubby underneath is a job. Nothing to lock it in the up position so you have to balance the bed on your back to try and get anything in or out of it. I like the bathroom space but the extra sink is pointless; not enough room for two people in there at the same time. Porcelain toilet is a plus. Stairs squeaked after weeks of owning. Awning is separating from the mount and its motor corner covers detach falling on the ground. All the molding and trim falling off, even at the dealership new. I was assured they would fix it but NOPE. Promises even in writing are hard sought. the ceiling panels are falling as the pathetic staples are working their way out of the panels. Floor is weak and shakes the island. You can see the floor flex when someone walks. JUST RIDICULOUS. Floor should be better supported. THE WORST of the unit.... The slides aren't level. They wont fully extend to fall into position. So the far side of the slide is lower than the camper floor. The stove in the big slide, because of the slide not sitting properly, is not level causing the food to run to the back side of the pans. The table sits crooked permanently in the front slide. Had a repair company out and they weren't able to adjust it. Wood cabinet doors all shred out of the screw mounts. The front entry door handle opens on the wrong side. forces you up against the slide where you have to swing the door wide open to get in. Just stupid! Who the heck was in charge of that design?! SMH. The Black water and one Gray water are in the control station. The most used gray water handle is down in another hard to get to area? like what?!! What's the point of having the access panel for only 2 tanks and the a third down away from it by the axels???? AGAIN, STUPID DESIGN. There's lots of covered spaces that could have been converted to better storage in the kitchen. The pantry should have drawers instead of shelves. The "surround system" worked for a few months. One outdoor speaker stopped working and no quality sound, just treble. Can't connect the "surround" to the television for better sound. Not a smart TV, which I'm fine with. We would have picked a unit without a microwave and just overhead light/exhaust with more storage space. The microwave comes on by itself randomly and lights up with the carousel slowly turning, as it's a replacement because the first button panel didn't work. JUNK. The double door Refrigerator needed warranty repair as it would only work on propane. Not going to jinx myself by saying it's been good since. The self leveling feature is not accurate. We will perform self level three times back to back and it will be in three different positions. We must manually level with the controls. The over kitchen water detecting fan opened on its own during a rain when we were away and fried the circuit board. Luckily it was under warranty with a recall so they sent a new board. Waiting to swap that out. I like the easy to pull out couch bed. You pull it out with a tab and push it back in to go back to couch. easy. The entertainment center is very limited for storage. They wasted A LOT of space. They could have built a retraction unit behind the fireplace and placed a window since you have very little view on that back side of the unit. TV out of the way since it's hardly used. Also a window could have been placed above the stove to help with that blind side of the trailer. The driver's side of the trailer has very little places to see out. Winter is a hassle. You'd think they'd place some snaps or channels to install panels to keep under the trailer from freezing. NOPE. Tried to make the least hokie setup work. tsk tsk. I wish I could say I loved it. Out of everything my biggest pet peeves is the slides hanging, the small water heater tank and the door opening on the wrong side.
Livability
2.0
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2.0
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4.0
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3.0
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