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3.4
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2.6
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4.6
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3.0
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3.0

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Anthony Gerner

Virginia

Reviewed on 2022-04-09

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4.2
Love floor plan and coach in general, But, I’ve had 2nd grill break just because headwinds blowing it into coach and breaking at cost of $1,300.00 each time. 2nd major problem is big slide with bunk beds keeps jumping track or something as it has never been correct. Won’t close all way or won’t go out sometime. I’m very disappointed with coach for price I paid.
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Harry Santucci

Florida

Reviewed on 2022-03-08

RV reviewed2020 Holiday Rambler Invicta 33HB

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5.0
This is our 4th RV, and we love it. The floor plan is perfect for us. Tons of storage inside and outside. Lots of new tech features which makes Rving much easier. This unit is very well made and no problems thus far. Bath and a half makes the wife very happy as well. We choose this unit so we can visit state parks and large enough to be comfortable. Our last was a 45ft diesel pusher and broke down constantly. Support from Holiday Rambler is superb. We travel with 3 yorkies and they too love the RV. They all have their spots. If you decide on this model you will not be disappointed. Harry
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Rebecca Eastman

California

Reviewed on 2021-10-01

RV reviewed2021 Holiday Rambler Invicta 32RW

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4.0
Lets start with the good. Great gloor plan, good size tvs, great convection oven, lots of storage. Thats where it ends. Had it for 1 month and the check engine light came on. Turned out to be the #7 cylinder was misfiring. Trying to find a shop to take it was another issue. Ford dealerships in California arent willing to work on their own RV motors anymore because they are tired of getting sued. We finally found a shop to fix it and they found several other issues. The fuel filler neck had a hole, the rear axle was under recall and the swaybar was completely missing. I mean completely missing. No mounts, nothing. Took 2 months and several emails to get Ford to finally pull one off the assembly line and send it. Got it back and had it on the road for 2 trips before another check engine light came on. Now cylinder #3 is misfiring. Not to mention the engine is extremely loud, the radio never worked, can't find the switch to turn on the inhouse wifi, screws are constantly falling out. The floor tiles are pealing up. The drain in the bathroom leaked because it was never sealed, the locks on the cabinets fell off because they are screwed into particle board. Yep, no wood. All particle board. We will never buy a Holiday Rambler or Ford product again.
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Thomas Mezzetta

Nevada

Reviewed on 2021-07-14

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1.6
Absolutely horrible purchase. We picked up our 2021 HR Invicta, and promptly broke down 20 minutes down the road. The good folks at RV Country in Sparks Nevada couldn't care less. According to them, we were on our own and would have to deal with Ford. RV Country in Sparks Nevada is the worst. I regret ever having purchased from them. Back to the Invicta. I was lucky that I had a friend who is a mechanic. He performed a diagnostic test and found that there were serious misfires occurring. He also located a service bulletin (20-2370) from Ford describing the problem; over heating spark plug wires. Looking at my spark plug wires, there were burnt. Thank goodness we had no fire. But Ford knew of this problem and rather then spend a few dollars to fix it, they chose to endanger my family and just let it ride. No Ford dealer in northern Nevada worked on motorhomes. I did find one mechanic that did warranty work, but the next repair opening was two months out. I chose to purchase OEM spark plug wires from my locale Ford dealer and have my friend do the repair. Unplug old burnt wires, plug in new wires. I contacted Ford and requested reimbursement for the wires. Some $250.00. I sent them receipts from the dealership for the new parts. That was it. No charge for the actual work. Doesn't look like I'm going to be reimbursed. Thanks Ford. Great customer service, especially after having knowingly endangered my family. Now the engine AC is out. I can't wait to take it in and deal with that. I'm regretting having purchased my RV that sits upon a Ford chassis.
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Thomas Mezzetta

Nevada

Reviewed on 2021-06-25

RV reviewed2021 Holiday Rambler Invicta 32RW

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1.8
Where to start? My Holiday Rambler first broke down about 15 minutes from the dealership having just picked it up. Seems to have had a known issue with the spark plug wires, but apparently it was worth endangering my family and self rather than fix the issue. After that repair, first outing the rear AC went out. Wouldn't start at all and the remaining front AC was unable to cool at all. I could only get the inside temp down to 90 degrees with an outside temp of 93-94. Then the RV lost all 12 volt power. No lights inside. Then I had issue with the toilet flushing properly. Would not flush. I found a large piece of plastic pipe that had been left in the drain tube during construction. Fortunately, I was able to remove this before it lodged somewhere inaccessible. All before I put 250 miles on this RV. Can't wait to see what's next.
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