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3.7 (5 reviews)
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4.2
Overall quality
3.2
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4.2
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4.4
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2.6

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Brooks

Reviewed on January 26, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Heartland Cyclone 4007 view listing

5.0
We have absolutely loved our 2021 Heartland Cyclone 4007! When searching for an RV to fit our needs and wants we looked at Class A’s, bunkhouse fifthwheels and several brands and models of toy haulers and ultimately fell in love with the features, functionality, quality, and floor plan of the 4007! T... read more
We have absolutely loved our 2021 Heartland Cyclone 4007! When searching for an RV to fit our needs and wants we looked at Class A’s, bunkhouse fifthwheels and several brands and models of toy haulers and ultimately fell in love with the features, functionality, quality, and floor plan of the 4007! This unit boasts a spacious kitchen and living area with lots of storage. The 13’ garage we converted to a kids space with a full platform bed on the lower happijac and used the upper happijac bunk for storage. Also added cabinets for additional storage and we’re still able to travel with our lifted golf cart in the garage! The loft being in the garage and not the main living space was a plus for us as well- and the half bath was perfect for kiddos to have their own bathroom. Moving to the front Master you’ll notice a huge space with large closet- a fire place and pull out desk with large panoramic window, effectively converting the bedroom to an office by day and then raise the TV on the televator in the cabinet and you have a great space to cuddle up and watch a movie! The main bathroom is functional and offers a large bathtub/shower combo… the back party deck was great for sitting out on and taking in the views…. The outdoor kitchen with fridge worked out well for us on those days we just wanted to be outside. Huge pass thru storage ensures there isn’t anything you’ll need to leave behind! The generator powers the entire rig on those more adventurous getaways and the 50 gallon fuel capacity makes sure you can make a full weekend of it! We also made many improvements to this rig making it even more enjoyable!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Duane M.

Texas

Reviewed on April 21, 2020

RV reviewed 2019 Heartland Cyclone 4007 view listing

5.0
We purchased this unit in Jan. 2019. We have had a rather serious issue after our 4 trip. One of the axle shackle bolts fell out causing the leaf spring to come loose and it jammed up and struck the gas line right at a pipe Union causing a leak. I found this after we got to our destination so it was unsafe to... read more
We purchased this unit in Jan. 2019. We have had a rather serious issue after our 4 trip. One of the axle shackle bolts fell out causing the leaf spring to come loose and it jammed up and struck the gas line right at a pipe Union causing a leak. I found this after we got to our destination so it was unsafe to move. I called Heartland and after I explained our dilemma they authorized a mobile RV tech to get the parts and make the repair. I ordered the upgraded heavier MORryde CRE 3000 kit and had the RV tech replace all of the shackles and upgraded to the much heavier shackles. I also found a local Home Depot to get the gas pipe I needed. I paid the RV tech and submitted all of my receipts and Heartland sent me a check and cover all of my expenses..! I have absolutely no complaint with Heartland ..! I also decided to replace the kingpin with the MORryde cushioned kingpin. We absolutely love this unit. Last May our son graduated from Ball State so after his graduation we scheduled a factory tour to the toyhauler factory and they were actually building our 4007 for 2020. The Heartland people were very professional and willing to show us anything we asked to see. I am one very happy customer..!
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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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Shawn

Texas

Reviewed on February 15, 2020

RV reviewed 2019 Heartland Cyclone 4007 view listing

2.6
We went with a full body paint and it’s gorgeous. That’s about the end of my satisfaction with Heartland. We’ve already had a major leak in the bedroom, broken blind, the garage radio doesn’t work, the sound bar falls down with each trip and the outside speakers stopped working. The co... read more
We went with a full body paint and it’s gorgeous. That’s about the end of my satisfaction with Heartland. We’ve already had a major leak in the bedroom, broken blind, the garage radio doesn’t work, the sound bar falls down with each trip and the outside speakers stopped working. The coax is nothing close to what the diagram shows so good luck trying to hook anything up. Nice looking unit but very poor quality. I won’t buy another Heartland.
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3.0
Overall quality
2.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Chelsea

California

Reviewed on December 7, 2019

RV reviewed 2019 Heartland Cyclone 4007 view listing

3.0
To whom it may concern, Prior to purchasing an RV I called several RV repair shops and simply asked them which brands they would recommend to buy based on which ones were the easiest to work on and broke down the least. Heartland was often recommended and the brand we chose to purchase. Since purchase we hav... read more
To whom it may concern, Prior to purchasing an RV I called several RV repair shops and simply asked them which brands they would recommend to buy based on which ones were the easiest to work on and broke down the least. Heartland was often recommended and the brand we chose to purchase. Since purchase we have had nothing but a year and a half of problems. Once we hooked up our water during the first weekn it began spewing water from behind the hook up. The cause of this was that the fitting connecting the hot water heater to the RV wasn’t secure and was allowing well over 100 gallons of water to spew into the underbelly of our RV. Next we had a leak in the toilet that cost a couple of hundred dollars to fix and after that our garage AC stopped working in the middle of a New Mexico summer. We then started working with Adam Batson to get the AC fixed. After 2 months of sending him pictures of what we needed fixed several times we finally got the AC delivered. We had the RV repairmen at the RV to fix the AC, slide valves in our dump tanks, and the water selector switch. They quickly noticed they sent us the wrong AC. Once we got the correct AC we were told that the old one had stopped working because when it was installed the freeze sensor wasn’t in the coil/fins as it should have been causing the compressor to run too long and not shut down when it should and thus shortening the life of the compressor. Next we had had water leaking from under our sink. We ultimately found out it was caused by a faulty fauced and caused all of the wood and wood paneling around the kitchen sink to rot and need to be replaced which also took months to complete. After ournext move we arrived and the couches in the garages were both flat against the sides of the RV. The metal on the happy jack lifts had bent allowing them to once again fall during our move. I called Adam who told me that Happy Jack would not authorize to replace the part. I got the happy jack information from him. I explained to the man there what had happened and he asked me if there were pins in the couches to secure the couches and prevent them from falling. I told him that when we received the RV the couches were down and that there were no pins in He explained that this is why the parts bent during transport and that it should have come with these pins. He agreed to send me the new parts, which arrived a few days later. Next we had to work to get our auto leveler fixed. When we would hit the auto level button it would begin to level and then it would extend the legs on one side of the RV as far as it could and the legs on the opposing side wouldn’t move at all causing the RV to almost tip over. When the RV repairman was here to install the AC he was able to diagnose the problem. I called Adam and put him on speakerphone to talk to the repairman and myself at the same time so there was no confusion. I was assured that he was putting in the parts request and they would be shipped out. I didn’t receive them the following week and was out of town for 6 days the week after that. I figured that after two weeks I would return home to the parts being delivered but this was not the case. I called Adam the next business day and was told that for some reason the parts department had not gotten the order. He was also trying to order the wrong part for the auto leveler despite the repairman clearly explaining it to both of us while he was on speakerphone. We are now over three weeks since the original parts should have been submitted to the parts department. It is very clear from the amount of problems that we have had with this RV that it’s construction was very rushed and not well done. Between the constant problems we have had and the difficulty to get things fixed I would not recommend buying this brand of RV to anyone that asks. 12/6/2019 We recently ended up getting the auto leveler fixed. After having changed the computer and batteries we found out that the problems were happening because the leveling sensor on the back was in fact installed backwards. About two weeks after this was fixed we were home cleaning when our electric turned off. We were surprised because we have a surge protector in place. When we were checking all of the connections we were surprised to see that the plug to the RV and 50 amp cord were all burned. We took it in to get fixed and were informed that the reason the surge protector hadn’t stopped it was because it was the result of a lose ground wire in the RV. Once the ground wire, new 50 amp cord and connection to the RV were all fixed we still did not have power. The electrician immediately knew that the transfer switch was bad. Once this was replaced we had electricity again. I am furious with how this company does business. They provide a cheap and unsafe product. If we hadn't been home when the electricity went out our entire RV and 5 animals could have died in an electric fire. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!
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1.0
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5.0
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3.0
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craig Hess

Texas

Reviewed on July 31, 2019

RV reviewed 2020 Heartland Cyclone 4007 view listing

3.0
I love the RV size I am a big person there is enough room for me to move about in the RV, it pulls like a dream behind my F-350 dually with an Anderson hitch. quality well that is the one thing they left out when they built it we purchased our RV from a place in Michigan ( mistake no.1 ) purchased it sight... read more
I love the RV size I am a big person there is enough room for me to move about in the RV, it pulls like a dream behind my F-350 dually with an Anderson hitch. quality well that is the one thing they left out when they built it we purchased our RV from a place in Michigan ( mistake no.1 ) purchased it sight unseen ( mistake no.2 ) Heartland makes a very nice looking RV but it lacks a lot of attention to final finishes splintered wood on trim ends and cabinet frames, loose plumbing fittings that will leak until you tighten them beyond finger tight.one of the cabinet doors was in three pieces on delivery ( delivered to my home in Texas from Michigan ) being from out of state i had no walk through, I did get a few owners manuals with the RV and a thumb Drive that was useless in set up or function of any moving part of this RV, the expensive upgrade electric awning failed the second time it was opened, the out door refrigerator quit inside of 4 months, the tv antenna is a complete joke unless you are very close to a big city, .The entire interior was filthy saw dust and splinters everywhere inside of the cabinets , under the bed in the storage compartments etc. the electrical outlet layout is pitiful at best there should be more user friendly outlets without the use of extension cords. its littered with USB charging outets but those are useless for laptops lamps or fans.Do not trust the markings in the closet meant to guide in drilling an exhaust port for a dryer I hit a framing member during my installation the decal said drill here dead center of an aluminum stud,fortunately I am a very seasoned construction worker and can compensate for Heartlands short comings in attaching things properly or rebuild things that fall apart before they are even used. I spent the better part of a years salary buying this Cyclone 4007 I believe I could have found a better built unit for less do your home work and get everything in writing the big warranty that is sold with these RV's are a waste of money dealers sell sell sell but when it comes to service service service they all seem to clam up and walk away. in my opinion most of the dealers are crooks and liars, sure there are some reputable ones out there but few and far between..... do your homework search for reviews on any deal you attempt to make dealer and unit manufacture. one more thing my 2019 $85,000 RV 6 months later is worth $60,000 in trade value yeah I'm stuck with it till it either falls apart completely or I can find somewhere that will give me something close to pay off on it in trade. ok kids school is out I hope you have learned something by reading this Rant !
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3.0
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