EverGreen i-Go RVs Reviews (3)
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Disgusted Owner from Texas says:

Bought in May 2014 - taken it out only a few times - the slide-out now gouges the floor - Evergreen warranty is worthless as is the backup support fro

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Voted Most Helpful Review 2014 EverGreen i-Go 282BHDS View Listings

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Bought in May 2014 - taken it out only a few times - the slide-out now gouges the floor - Evergreen warranty is worthless as is the backup support from the manufacturer. TOTALLY will never buy another Evergreen RV or product from these ****** - the RV is light weight crap, things falling apart within 12 months, and now slide-out is faulty, - it's all held together by glue and a few screws! CRAP to the END!! What a waste of money and time ............Thanks for nothing EVERGREEN!
- Disgusted Owner, Texas

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2018-09-12 2014 EverGreen i-Go 236RBK View Listings

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This company is out of business for good reason. I purchased my Element new and I liked the exterior looks, ease of towing and interior layout. The wet bath was a compromise but I thought I could deal with it. The list of problems I had with this trailer never seemed to diminish even though the factory took it back for a month to correct a leaking roof and other issues. The idea behind the Element was a noble idea in that it was built without wood thus more environmentally friendly. Problem is that the composite material used in lieu of wood will not hold screws very tightly. If you overtighten a screw (which is very easy to do) the hole strips. Over time cabinet doors will sag or fall off. The windows look cool but on windy days they can and will blow open or close until they break as there is no latching mechanism when open. The wet bath leaked water all over the coach floor as the seal around the bathroom door didn't prevent leakage. The slope of the front end is great for towing but not so great for reading or watching tv in bed. The exterior storage is open to the inside via lifting the bed frame/mattress. Good idea but since the space is not insulated, you feel like your sleeping on a cold cement block in colder months. I loved the look buy grew weary of all the problems.Thsi site did not recognize the Elemen but this review is for an Element 24SK
- Dexter, Pennsylvania

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2017-10-10 2015 EverGreen i-Go 260BH View Listings

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The quality on this 2015 TT is super poor. Feels like I'm pulling trailer made of cardboard box. Everything is cheaply made and I'm constantly having to fix issues from trimming and ceiling falling apart to replace cheaply made parts all over. I will never buy an Evergreen or an ultra lite trailer.
- Allen, Tennessee

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