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Reviewed on June 21, 2023
If you're looking to spend six figures for an RV that has very little storage, a Norcal refrigerator that's never worked, slide outs that break within 13 months and switches engineered with telephone wire, this is the RV for you. In two years, I've had it back for warranty work (which was not done) four times...
If you're looking to spend six figures for an RV that has very little storage, a Norcal refrigerator that's never worked, slide outs that break within 13 months and switches engineered with telephone wire, this is the RV for you. In two years, I've had it back for warranty work (which was not done) four times. The refrigerator is nothing more than a giant magnet occupying 50% of my kitchen. The few times the freezer momentarily worked, it quickly stopped, resulting in an inch of water pooling in the bottom of the freezer. The bathroom has minimal storage and the slide out for the master stopped working before a year, so driving around with our closet two feet into the road is always a blast. We've made many friends at RV parks who flag us down to let us know about our protruding slide out and rust streaming down the side thanks to the leaking water heater. Because the slide out is broken we have the joy of not being able to use the right side of the master closet or getting out of the bed without slamming our knee into it. The back switch that moves the toy hauler bed up and down stopped working, so we are unable to drive any vehicles in or out of the toy hauler without hot wiring the switch (which incidentally is a phone cord). The toy hauler bathroom black tank won't empty (the lever is stuck) and the self leveling worked precisely four times, so playing marbles is always an option for rainy nights. We love betting which direction the marble will travel. We opted to dissect the showerhead and found it offers a multitude of water pressure regulators ensuring any female has zero chance of washing her hair. The kitchen faucet completely came off. Just as if someone has sawed it off with a machete.
For reference, we are a couple in our fifties. No small children terrorizing the camper. It's been used fewer five times.
To be fair, it does tow well.
I'd suggest finding an alternative.