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4.4
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4.0
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4.5
Driving/towing
4.2
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2.5

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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.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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MNJ DY

Oregon, USA

Reviewed on January 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 33C view listing

5.0
This has been the best RV. We have thoroughly enjoyed travel in it. Being a smaller RV we can visit some of the parks a larger RV can not. It has everything you need for month long trips. It is easy to drive, easy to operate, easy to maintain, easy to tow a toad, and very comfortable. The set up after arrivi... read more
This has been the best RV. We have thoroughly enjoyed travel in it. Being a smaller RV we can visit some of the parks a larger RV can not. It has everything you need for month long trips. It is easy to drive, easy to operate, easy to maintain, easy to tow a toad, and very comfortable. The set up after arriving to a park is pretty easy and doesn't take much time at all. We have added a lot of after market extras to make the drive quieter and smoother. We tow a 2013 Chevy Equinox with our RV. It's a great RV!
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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Michael Munden

Florida, USA

Reviewed on December 13, 2023

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 36H view listing

5.0
We purchased this RV to travel with our 2 daughters. The bunkhouse floorplan with 1 1/2 baths is perfect for a family with kids. Some of the things that make it very comfortable for long trips or even full time living are the washer / dryer combo, nice size shower, queen bed in the master bedroom with lots ... read more
We purchased this RV to travel with our 2 daughters. The bunkhouse floorplan with 1 1/2 baths is perfect for a family with kids. Some of the things that make it very comfortable for long trips or even full time living are the washer / dryer combo, nice size shower, queen bed in the master bedroom with lots of storage, and nice seating in the living area. We like to turn the driver and passenger seats to the rear and use the removeable table between them as an office area when parked. The dual AC units (1 with heat pump), electric fireplace and dual propane furnaces keep it comfortable year round. There is a lot of basement storage as well. We have been happy with the overall quality of the RV. We have had no major problems. Would highly recommend.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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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
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4.0
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John E Morris

Reviewed on October 8, 2023

RV reviewed 2003 Holiday Rambler Presidential Suite 37SKQ view listing

5.0
This is a fantastic 5th wheel, it has everything and more than what you need. There is so much storage room in the unit it is hard not to over load it with your stuff. Very comfortable, easy to manage and maneuver. Just a great all around unit. Far better than the junk they build today.... read more
This is a fantastic 5th wheel, it has everything and more than what you need. There is so much storage room in the unit it is hard not to over load it with your stuff. Very comfortable, easy to manage and maneuver. Just a great all around unit. Far better than the junk they build today.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Jim

Reviewed on July 28, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE 36F view listing

1.0
Starting with POP RV ads on their website and other RV sales sites, POP RV was very deceptive.. The RV salesman in Michigan was Brad from Team Vincent (Bradley & Kristy), at teamvincent@popsells... After the closing on our motorhome I emailed Brad to ask him for the keyless entry code, since I'm in New Me... read more
Starting with POP RV ads on their website and other RV sales sites, POP RV was very deceptive.. The RV salesman in Michigan was Brad from Team Vincent (Bradley & Kristy), at teamvincent@popsells... After the closing on our motorhome I emailed Brad to ask him for the keyless entry code, since I'm in New Mexico and the motorhome is in Holly, Michigan.. Here is Brads response after closing, ""I'm sorry to say that when the seller accepted his advertisement he did not uncheck that the unit does not have keyless entry. I apologize for this hiccup."" So now I wonder what else might be incorrect in their listing?? The closing agent at POP RVs was Tracy Howard, she also screwed up big time, I told her from the beginning to use my name and member of LLC.. She only used my name, which means I'll have a big hassle sending paperwork back and forth to be changed and notarized.. I wish I never did business with this incompetent company POP RVs... SUCKS!! Brad has never responded since I found his deception.. Update: Tracy Howard the closing agent has corrected the paperwork, which will alleviate any future problems with our LLC.
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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Cynthia Sweetapple

Reviewed on July 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2008 Holiday Rambler Admiral 34SBD view listing

4.2
I tow a trailer with my car and my RV handles well without any problems and the brake controller is a safety feature to assist with stopping the trailer. The air ride suspension is also an added feature for the comfort of the ride.... read more
I tow a trailer with my car and my RV handles well without any problems and the brake controller is a safety feature to assist with stopping the trailer. The air ride suspension is also an added feature for the comfort of the ride.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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MB Malin

Reviewed on June 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Holiday Rambler Prodigy 24B view listing

4.4
Easy to operate and drive. Interior fit and finish is acceptable for a coach at this price point. 24B layout provides a large open single wall slide livable floor plan, very family friendly. High quality Sprinter diesel chassis providing excellent fuel mileage. Highest quality Continental tires are stand... read more
Easy to operate and drive. Interior fit and finish is acceptable for a coach at this price point. 24B layout provides a large open single wall slide livable floor plan, very family friendly. High quality Sprinter diesel chassis providing excellent fuel mileage. Highest quality Continental tires are standard. Interior and exterior storage is acceptable.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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4.0
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Anthony Gerner

Reviewed on June 20, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Holiday Rambler Invicta 36-DB view listing

2.8
I bought this RV September,2021. I drove it 200 miles and made stop only to see front grill had collapsed in towards motor from being so poorly made the wind force broke it. It was $1,300.00 out of my pocket to replace. Next trip bunk bed slide would not retract back into place. We had to pay Mobil mechanic t... read more
I bought this RV September,2021. I drove it 200 miles and made stop only to see front grill had collapsed in towards motor from being so poorly made the wind force broke it. It was $1,300.00 out of my pocket to replace. Next trip bunk bed slide would not retract back into place. We had to pay Mobil mechanic to come do temporary fix, went back to shop where I bought it. Went out again after this repair and we were good for few days. Then on way home we stopped at campground and had to leave on Sunday morning only to find 2 slides won’t retract. Again I pay for Mobil mechanic to for temporary repairs. Another trip south we were going to Florida and the engine blew a plug causing us to return home early. Had that repaired and another time we only were in Colonial Beach and again 2 slides not retracting. My cost again for Mobil mechanic and Uber ride home as RV mechanic had to bring parts next day for temp. Repairs. In mean time another grill busted so I paid shop to modify an old grill to make it stronger and replace it. The factory radio I paid to have Serius radio only to find factory radio has short in it somewhere that cost me lots money to learn. Factory tankless Hotwater heater has not worked properly since new. We finally took it to RV General RV Center in Ashland,Va for repairs and $5,000.00 later they said slides were “never” installed correctly at factory. It is back at their location waiting on factory recall parts. This RVhas spent more time broken down and in garages than I’ve had use. Even now when we get RV back from Shop we are not satisfied that it will be dependable for any trips. I feel I am I entitled to financial compensation for this coach as it’s not been dependable from first week we bought it. Very sad for such a good looking coach. I do plan to get media exposure on the troubles I’ve had if factory chooses not to do anything for me.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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C Dickinson

Reviewed on June 4, 2023

RV reviewed 2006 Holiday Rambler Alumascape Suite view listing

5.0
We love this RV. The quality workmanship, the 3 rooms of separation, the ability to access important areas without taking the slides out. We do like the size of the shower better in our 2006 Montana Mountainaire, however the Alumascape toilet is a better design, with the water going circular rather than st... read more
We love this RV. The quality workmanship, the 3 rooms of separation, the ability to access important areas without taking the slides out. We do like the size of the shower better in our 2006 Montana Mountainaire, however the Alumascape toilet is a better design, with the water going circular rather than straight down.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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