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3.9 (51 reviews)
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Liveability
4.3
Overall quality
4.1
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4.5
Driving/towing
4.4
Factory warranty
2.2

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Vincent C

Florida, USA

Reviewed on February 12, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 38N view listing

4.4
I picked up this unit in November, and I’ve covered around 10,000 miles already. The build quality is, for the price point, exceptional. There were minor issues that snuck up on us, however, nothing major. Additionally, when I was in touch with rev group, I let them know about the first mid range trip I... read more
I picked up this unit in November, and I’ve covered around 10,000 miles already. The build quality is, for the price point, exceptional. There were minor issues that snuck up on us, however, nothing major. Additionally, when I was in touch with rev group, I let them know about the first mid range trip I was taking, covering about 3000 miles. The folks from the factory reached out to me more than once just to see how things were going. That’s not something you expect and it goes a long way to building brand loyalty. Having two full bathrooms, with showers, is fantastic, when traveling with kids. Additionally, the drop-down bunk, above the driver and passenger seats, along with the bunkers, adds more sleeping volume. The only issue I have with the drop-down bunk is, if you are traveling with dogs, and they need to go out in the middle of the night, you really have to crouch down, which could be a problem for somebody who is a little older than me, I am only in my mid 40s was not an issue. it could also oppose an issue if there is an emergency overnight and you need to get out quickly As for the issues, there were a few, but despite General RV running away and hiding, the manufacturer has stood behind this product, 100%. In fact, it is currently in Indiana, having all of the issues taken care of, and a few that I was willing to take care of myself. Based on my experience with this unit, if I don’t buy a Foretravel Realm for my next unit, I will absolutely buy an American coach. Unfortunately, American coach doesn’t offer anything with two full bathrooms with showers while Foretravel does which, when traveling with my wife, daughter and nanny, the second full bathroom is a must. Prior to this unit, I owned a Thor and the level of factory support is night and day, not to mention, the quality is, in my opinion, far superior on my unit. I’ve been in rainstorms, snowstorms, and everything in between and, thus far, this has been a solid unit. Anybody looking for a reasonably priced non-tag axle bunk model, should look at this unit.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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Vincent C

Reviewed on November 5, 2023

RV reviewed 2024 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 38N view listing

2.4
We just picked up our 24 Endeavor and, to be sure, it has fallen way short of our expectations. First, there are several issues the factory QC should have picked up; they did not; the dealer, who charged a $3000 PDI should have also found these issues; they also did not. The inspector found several issues t... read more
We just picked up our 24 Endeavor and, to be sure, it has fallen way short of our expectations. First, there are several issues the factory QC should have picked up; they did not; the dealer, who charged a $3000 PDI should have also found these issues; they also did not. The inspector found several issues that the dealer claimed would be addressed. Sadly, they only addressed what they wanted to deal with, and ignored the others. The dinette table is broken on delivery, a laughable joke. Worst of all, the rep who sold the unit said it had, "heated floors throughout", but it does not. Only in the front which makes no sense. Heated floors in the baths would make sense, but just the living room; scam!
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1.0
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1.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Donny Cooke

Reviewed on March 4, 2023

RV reviewed 2002 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 36PBD view listing

4.4
My wife and I bought our 2002 endeavor 2 years ago. We love it. Really only 1 problem we have is can only go 1,500 to 2000 miles and we need to replace the fuel filter on driver side. No biggie very easy to do. Must be sludge in the tank. Otherwise love it.... read more
My wife and I bought our 2002 endeavor 2 years ago. We love it. Really only 1 problem we have is can only go 1,500 to 2000 miles and we need to replace the fuel filter on driver side. No biggie very easy to do. Must be sludge in the tank. Otherwise love it.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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2.0
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Joe Ferguson

Reviewed on November 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2005 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40E view listing

4.6
This is our fifth RV, 4 motor homes and 1 travel trailer, and the largest of them. Because of health reasons, we only were able to travel about 16,000 miles spanning from Wyoming to Maryland while based in Oklahoma and Texas. We started with a Honda CRV toad and later moved up to a Ford F150. We seldom ever f... read more
This is our fifth RV, 4 motor homes and 1 travel trailer, and the largest of them. Because of health reasons, we only were able to travel about 16,000 miles spanning from Wyoming to Maryland while based in Oklahoma and Texas. We started with a Honda CRV toad and later moved up to a Ford F150. We seldom ever felt the toad while driving. This RV is very easy to handle and the 400 HP Cummins diesel just keeps on chugging down the road. I loved the way the Roadmaster chassis handles curves, with the 8 airbags that keep the coach level. Steering is easy and even in a fairly stiff wind, and you don't have to fight the steering wheel like our earlier gas rigs or the travel trailer. We did replace the mattress with a nice hybrid King that was every bit as comfortable as ou home bed. Nothing like a good nights rest after busy day exploring natures wonders.
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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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Jim Forsyth

Reviewed on November 6, 2022

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40E view listing

4.6
This is an excellent floor plan for the weekend traveler, full timers, or snowbirds. Very roomy and with the one and one half baths makes it a very great living experience. The coach has excellent power for towing and has averaged 8.9 miles per gallon. The induction cooktop and onboard vacuum make it a grea... read more
This is an excellent floor plan for the weekend traveler, full timers, or snowbirds. Very roomy and with the one and one half baths makes it a very great living experience. The coach has excellent power for towing and has averaged 8.9 miles per gallon. The induction cooktop and onboard vacuum make it a great living space. Would recommend this coach to anyone.
Livability
4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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terry brown

Reviewed on November 3, 2022

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40X view listing

2.4
I absolutely love this rig but I am so concerned about how low the front is. I have seen many reviews and complaints filed regarding this issue but too date I have not seen where REV croup has stepped up to make this right. Does anyone know if anything has ever been done to correct the front end clearance iss... read more
I absolutely love this rig but I am so concerned about how low the front is. I have seen many reviews and complaints filed regarding this issue but too date I have not seen where REV croup has stepped up to make this right. Does anyone know if anything has ever been done to correct the front end clearance issues.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
4.0
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1.0
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Charlie Sipes

Connecticut

Reviewed on April 1, 2022

RV reviewed 2018 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40E view listing

5.0
We purchased this awesome coach from the original owners. They owned it a short time but made numerous trips to central Florida from their home in NJ. We searched high and low for this type of floor plan. We wanted maximum room inside and maximum storage. This coach has it all. The woodwork and cabinetry is s... read more
We purchased this awesome coach from the original owners. They owned it a short time but made numerous trips to central Florida from their home in NJ. We searched high and low for this type of floor plan. We wanted maximum room inside and maximum storage. This coach has it all. The woodwork and cabinetry is suburb. We have owned this now for nearly three years and have traveled almost 20K miles and not one single problem. We flat tow our Jeep and even in the mountains of the west coast, she pulls up the hills with no issues. We pass the semi's all the time. The rear bath is spacious with a very large shower. Since i am almost 6ft 2" tall I like a big shower! The floor plan is great. There is storage everywhere! Huge pantry, large fridge and freezer. and plenty of room for all the groceries. We absolutely love this coach. Why pay for an over priced name when this coach is just as luxurious and at a fraction of the costs. You still get an awesome Freightliner chassis that the industry standard for all the big trucks, and you get the name brand 380 hp Cummins diesel engine.. It just does not get better. 380HP is more than enough for this coach. Its not under powered and not over powered. More HP just uses more fuel and cost more to fill up at the pumps! If you have a small family or its just the two of you, this is your perfect coach.
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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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William Wolf

North Carolina

Reviewed on September 27, 2021

RV reviewed 2019 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 38N view listing

1.0
This is our first diesel RV. The upgrade over our last gas model is unbelievable. Much quieter and less stressful to drive. Climbs hills like a car instead of a semi. Fit and finish are good. No squeaks and rattles. The king mattress is so comfortable my wife wants to move it into our house. After 17 months a... read more
This is our first diesel RV. The upgrade over our last gas model is unbelievable. Much quieter and less stressful to drive. Climbs hills like a car instead of a semi. Fit and finish are good. No squeaks and rattles. The king mattress is so comfortable my wife wants to move it into our house. After 17 months and 16K miles, we are very satisfied with our home on the road.
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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kevin treworgy

Michigan

Reviewed on September 15, 2021

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40E view listing

2.0
OMG where to start!!! first of all we bought a Invicta 33HB but it’s not a choice on drop downs. This would be the best way to start DO NOT BUY A HOLIDAY RAMBLER!! We purchased a 2021 Invicta 33HB and what a mistake!!! Quality is the worst parts falling off electrical system a joke. Bought it in Septemb... read more
OMG where to start!!! first of all we bought a Invicta 33HB but it’s not a choice on drop downs. This would be the best way to start DO NOT BUY A HOLIDAY RAMBLER!! We purchased a 2021 Invicta 33HB and what a mistake!!! Quality is the worst parts falling off electrical system a joke. Bought it in September 2020 and it has been to the factory for two months to fix the list of 29 things wrong and at dealer for a total of two months for repairs and warranty work so for first 11 months of ownership it has been in shop for 4 months and things still aren’t fixed!!! Stay away from Holiday Rambler and General RV anywhere in the US. may be the countries largest dealer but they have the worst se vice to go with it. Short list of defects: electrical systems, awning, electronics i dash, interior trim falling off, shoddy craftsman ship. The excuses from manufacturer “ you have to understand we are putting a house on wheels” well your company has been in business for decades so you think they would get it right. worst purchase ever!!!
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3.0
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3.0
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David

North Carolina

Reviewed on May 15, 2021

RV reviewed 2005 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 40DST view listing

3.8
We traveled extensively for two years in this coach. engine is wonderful, drives excellent, prefer a side mounted radiator, combo washer / dryer works well but is small, would like a dishwasher, mechanical was excellent,... read more
We traveled extensively for two years in this coach. engine is wonderful, drives excellent, prefer a side mounted radiator, combo washer / dryer works well but is small, would like a dishwasher, mechanical was excellent,
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5.0
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