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3.9 (103 reviews)
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4.3
Overall quality
3.7
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4.4
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4.4
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2.9

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BARB NICHOLS

Wisconsin, USA

Reviewed on June 1, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 FOREST RIVER SUNSEEKER 2400T view listing

5.0
THIS RV HAS PLENTY OF LIVING SPACE FOR 2 OR 4 PEOPLE. PLENTY OF STORAGE TO HAUL EVERYTHING YOU NEED. ONLY 25' LONG FITS EVERYWHERE MERCEDES BENZ SPRINTER 3.0 6 CYL DIESEL GETS EXCELLENT FUEL MILEAGE BACKUP & SIDE CAMERAS, FULL BODY PAINT. 2400T MODEL: MURPHY QUEEN IN SLIDE. SOFA + THEATRE SEATING (Fo... read more
THIS RV HAS PLENTY OF LIVING SPACE FOR 2 OR 4 PEOPLE. PLENTY OF STORAGE TO HAUL EVERYTHING YOU NEED. ONLY 25' LONG FITS EVERYWHERE MERCEDES BENZ SPRINTER 3.0 6 CYL DIESEL GETS EXCELLENT FUEL MILEAGE BACKUP & SIDE CAMERAS, FULL BODY PAINT. 2400T MODEL: MURPHY QUEEN IN SLIDE. SOFA + THEATRE SEATING (Folds flat for extra sleeping) POWER AWNING, LARGE 12volt FRIG & FREEZER, MICROWAVE + CONVENTION OVEN 3 LED 12 volt TV's (1 Living, 1 Bedroom, 1 Outside) UPGRADES on ours included: 3.2 ONAN DIESEL GENERATOR - low hrs, AUTO LEVELING JACKS, SOLAR ROOF, HEAT TANKS and TREKKER ROOF WE INSTALLED SUMO SPRINGS & REAR STABILIZER BAR THAT MAKES IT HANDLE LIKE A DREAM WITH NO SWAY !! **WE FOUND THIS TO BE THE PERFECT WEEKEND WARRIOR OR WEEK LONG TRAVELER RV.
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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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Tamara Hill

California, USA

Reviewed on April 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Sunseeker 3250SLE view listing

5.0
This is the most amazing RV! It's a smooth ride and it feels bigger on the inside! Perfect size allows you to go everywhere. It's so beautiful and comfy inside. Spacious and comfortable living areas, perfect for families and entertaining, Fully functional kitchen with modern appliances for all your culinary a... read more
This is the most amazing RV! It's a smooth ride and it feels bigger on the inside! Perfect size allows you to go everywhere. It's so beautiful and comfy inside. Spacious and comfortable living areas, perfect for families and entertaining, Fully functional kitchen with modern appliances for all your culinary adventures, Cozy sleeping quarters, State-of-the-art entertainment system for those relaxing evenings in, Climate control for comfort in any weather condition, Ample storage for all your gear and necessities
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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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Bill Blickensderfer

Maryland, USA

Reviewed on February 16, 2024

RV reviewed 2013 Forest River Sunseeker 3050S Ford view listing

5.0
We've used this RV for a few years now. It runs excellent and the open floor plan and lots and lots of storage is fantastic!! We had plenty of room to put in 2 normal full size queen mattresses which are much better than the standard RV-type mattresses. Everything just works and living in it for long vacat... read more
We've used this RV for a few years now. It runs excellent and the open floor plan and lots and lots of storage is fantastic!! We had plenty of room to put in 2 normal full size queen mattresses which are much better than the standard RV-type mattresses. Everything just works and living in it for long vacations is wonderful. Never leaked during rain storms, etc, and plenty of hot water. Really like that the frig and freezer keeps working with the electric goes out as it works on propane as well. No food spoilage! Water heater works on both propane and electric as well, so we have hot water and hot showers even if there's no electric hookup. Really love the internal 4,000 watt generator that starts up at the push of a button if electric hookup is not working for long periods of time or boon docking. :)
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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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Joe Romero

Texas, USA

Reviewed on December 26, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Forest River Sunseeker 2350LE view listing

4.4
I had 4 different travel trailers, types and sizes. This Class C makes it easier to travel. I have 55 gallon tank and on average I can travel up to 500 miles by staying at 65mph. Any faster will be roughly 300 to 400 miles. I’m not in a rush. It’s light and is to maneuver. It’s 24ft long so... read more
I had 4 different travel trailers, types and sizes. This Class C makes it easier to travel. I have 55 gallon tank and on average I can travel up to 500 miles by staying at 65mph. Any faster will be roughly 300 to 400 miles. I’m not in a rush. It’s light and is to maneuver. It’s 24ft long so I sometimes can fit in a parking spot by backing up into it. I love it. I have a family of 5 all children are young adults. We all fit nice and comfortable. Also with A/C from the coach and vehicle together it cools faster and heats quicker because it smaller than others.
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Charles Logsdon

Reviewed on November 29, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 Forest River Sunseeker 2800QS view listing

4.0
Overall a nice rv. AC is a bit loud 15K/hp. Had a few minor issues typical of all brands of rv. Perfect for me and the wife. Levelers, full paint, v-10 engine, 6 speed tranny. Watch for the fake leather to peel. I replaced my theater seats with Thomas Payne cloth seats.... read more
Overall a nice rv. AC is a bit loud 15K/hp. Had a few minor issues typical of all brands of rv. Perfect for me and the wife. Levelers, full paint, v-10 engine, 6 speed tranny. Watch for the fake leather to peel. I replaced my theater seats with Thomas Payne cloth seats.
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4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Fred G Schreiner

Reviewed on November 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Forest River Sunseeker 2350LE view listing

4.2
We've enjoyed this RV. It has served us well. We've found that we don't use it as we had anticipated. It is time to move on to different adventures. The RV is comfortable and a perfect size for my wife and I. It is very manueverable with no problem in parking lots, city streets or highways.... read more
We've enjoyed this RV. It has served us well. We've found that we don't use it as we had anticipated. It is time to move on to different adventures. The RV is comfortable and a perfect size for my wife and I. It is very manueverable with no problem in parking lots, city streets or highways.
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4.0
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4.0
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3.0
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5.0
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Markus Braun

Tennessee

Reviewed on August 22, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Forest River Sunseeker 2150 SLE view listing

2.2
I love the size and the interior of the vehicle. It is very easy to drive. The 7.3 V8 engine has sufficient power and it never felt like it is at it's limit. I can not tell about the top speed of the vehicle as I never exceeded 80 mph. But there was still plenty of power for more. And it feels perfect for t... read more
I love the size and the interior of the vehicle. It is very easy to drive. The 7.3 V8 engine has sufficient power and it never felt like it is at it's limit. I can not tell about the top speed of the vehicle as I never exceeded 80 mph. But there was still plenty of power for more. And it feels perfect for two to four persons boondocking (dry-camping) for four to five days. The size of the unit gives us no restriction within the National and State and other Parks, which are limiting access to 25'. With the interior layout you can use the cabin as well without using the slide outs. This is a huge advantage to other models as most of the slide out beds are not usable when retracted. With the dinette slide out there is significant additional room and open space. We love it. We were three months down the road across the country and the unit is unfortunately falling apart. We had multiple unexpected failures. And the failures can not be addressed by Forest River or the service centers without a miniumum of eight (8!) weeks waiting time. Meaning Forest River expected us to stop our planned tour for eight weeks until we are in line to be taken care of. We are on the road and we are using the vehicle. We bought it new because we thought that is a safe bet, Forest River would be a qualtity product and nothing can go wrong even in an event of a possible failure. Totally false assumption. We learned the hard way on our trip: The vehicle seems not to be built for long trips. The quality of the cabin is at least questionable if not out of any quality perception. The unit looks really nice, I still like the setup and the view, as well the inside setup and the layout but I did not expect to have: - Missing cap on the water drain resulted in massive water spillage - Water splash in front of the kitchen sink with heavy rain. Roof is not waterproof with heavy rain. - Screws which are not perpendicular to the surface but in an angle for you can scratch your foot or fall over it. Very unprofessional execution and craftmanship. - Thermofuse in the hot water heater was incorrectly mounted. Too close to the gas burner which results in failure. - Water temperature of the hot water heater was way too low and could not be adjusted. - Entry door to the cabin is mounted incorrectly and did not close properly. - Gravity water inlet incorrectly manufactured. It prevented gravity filling from the outside - Folding door between kitchen and bed can not be closed because of misalignment. - Non working roof fan. From the very beginning the fan did not work - broken wood underneath the cabinets which prevented to close the drawer in a normal way - the basement is detaching from the frame. The splash water from the street is flooding the basement as well as the dust from the street which is covering everything down there. - Slide out stopping to work properly. - Electronics like the TV just stopped to work and needed replacement. - The chassis radio is turning on unexpectedly and creating white noise when when you go into the rear shift. - The solar charging electronics failed and can not be replaced. - Baggage door holders on the outside are falling off without any load as the material is brittle. - Weight distribution correct for the vehicle? Hanging in the back with low clearance All that stuff may happen. If so, the decisive part is how the manufacturer is dealing with the situation. And here Forest River and the dealership are totally failing to deliver. There is just a eight weeks plus waiting time until you are in line and then it may take another couple of weeks to fix it. The dealership could not even answer our questions we had to help us to fix some problems. I called service over and over again, left messages in their phone system and did not get a response. Same with Forest River Service. They just duck and cover. If you buy a car for $ 100 000, would you expect to wait for a repair for eight weeks until you are in line to be taken care of? Did you ever experience this from a BMW or a Mercedes-Benz dealer? But remember: This is what you get with the so called Forest River Nationwide Warranty. I guess the unit is built for lite use only. Like "drive 200 miles and hook it up for 4 weeks and then come back home until next year". It is not stable and rugged enough to be used for a trip on the highways across this beautiful country. We did not ride extensively, just 12 000 miles in five months, but this is already way beyond the capability of the cabin. The built is just not stable enough. Just to be clear, there is no issue at all with the Ford 350 chassis. As I said, beautiful, reliable 7.3l V8 engine with a consumption around 10mpg. We sold the unit after 7 months as we are fedup with the quality issues. We will buy another one, but definitively not a Forest River. Can not recommend.
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1.0
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1.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Jeffrey A DeJong

Massachusetts

Reviewed on April 28, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Forest River Sunseeker 3250LE view listing

2.0
The heated compartment had no screen or protection for mice and rats entering the furnace. Destroyed furnace, pre-wired cable TV jack doesn't recieve the proper signal, underneath the motorhome was not sealed properly, we have spent thousands of dollars trying to fix all the defects and the factory doesn't ... read more
The heated compartment had no screen or protection for mice and rats entering the furnace. Destroyed furnace, pre-wired cable TV jack doesn't recieve the proper signal, underneath the motorhome was not sealed properly, we have spent thousands of dollars trying to fix all the defects and the factory doesn't even return calls. STAY AWAY FROM FOREST RIVER PRODUCTS, THE ABSOLUTE WORST RV EVER MADE!
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
1.0
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3.0
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2.0
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Susie Johnson

Oregon

Reviewed on April 21, 2022

RV reviewed 2016 Forest River Sunseeker 2860DS Ford view listing

5.0
This RV is beautiful, and functional. Easy to drive, easy to back into a spot with backup and side cameras. It has all the special features that make camping easy. Plus the Thomas Payne Recliners are so comfortable! And the queen mattress in the bedroom is upgraded, a nice firm gel mattress!... read more
This RV is beautiful, and functional. Easy to drive, easy to back into a spot with backup and side cameras. It has all the special features that make camping easy. Plus the Thomas Payne Recliners are so comfortable! And the queen mattress in the bedroom is upgraded, a nice firm gel mattress!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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George O Blain

Connecticut

Reviewed on April 14, 2022

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Sunseeker TS2370 view listing

5.0
We purchased our 2018 Sunseeker TS2370 slightly used (only 1,800 miles) in April, 2019. The layout works well for my wife and I. It drives well and we typically average in excess of 18 mpg with the diesel engine. Given that it is only 26 feet in length, we can easily park it just about anywhere and backing... read more
We purchased our 2018 Sunseeker TS2370 slightly used (only 1,800 miles) in April, 2019. The layout works well for my wife and I. It drives well and we typically average in excess of 18 mpg with the diesel engine. Given that it is only 26 feet in length, we can easily park it just about anywhere and backing up is a breeze with the back up camera and mirrors. We only had a couple of minor repairs which speaks well of the build quality. The Truma heating system takes a bit getting used to and the amount of readily available hot water is limited. That said, the Truma sure is quiet. You can't tow anything with this unit so we bought a couple electric bikes to get around. This is our first Class C, and I can say it sure is a lot easier to set up than our previous towables.
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5.0
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5.0
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