Write a review

Make and model

Floorplan

Year

Holiday Rambler Vacationer reviews

1.0 (0 reviews)
Write a review
Liveability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
1.0
Driving/towing
1.0
Factory warranty
1.0

Top 10 RVs

Reviews

Stars Refinement

55 ratings and reviews

Voted most helpful review

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...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!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
Show less
Helpful (5)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

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...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
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
Show less
Helpful (5)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

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...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.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
1.0
Driving/towing
1.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
Show less
Helpful (3)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

Arnold Langreck

Reviewed on March 24, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 35K view listing

5.0
Bought this floor plan because of the bath and 1/2. Drives great, has plenty of power even fully loaded and towing our Jeep Cherokee. We've used it in winter and summer and it has adequate heating and cooling to keep you comfortable year round. Love the large refrigerator with the ice maker (you...read more
Bought this floor plan because of the bath and 1/2. Drives great, has plenty of power even fully loaded and towing our Jeep Cherokee. We've used it in winter and summer and it has adequate heating and cooling to keep you comfortable year round. Love the large refrigerator with the ice maker (you never run out of ice). Not happy with the RV Dealer we purchased the motor home from but, that is what I hear from almost all RVer's. I've had to call the factory on several occasions and they responded right away and tried to help me any way they could.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
Show less
Helpful (8)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

John Bailey

Reviewed on February 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2013 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 34SBD view listing

5.0
Beware of any rebuilt title. They are much harder to insure, and believe me, a rebuilt title means, the damage to the vehicle was more than the vehicle was worth. No gray tank cost 49000. Far to often people are being taken by dealers who quickly hide, or deny the massive damage done, to turn a...read more
Beware of any rebuilt title. They are much harder to insure, and believe me, a rebuilt title means, the damage to the vehicle was more than the vehicle was worth. No gray tank cost 49000. Far to often people are being taken by dealers who quickly hide, or deny the massive damage done, to turn a quick buck. Trust me the savings will dwindle quickly with the repair bills.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
Show less
Helpful (4)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

William Kirmil

California

Reviewed on December 19, 2021

RV reviewed 1997 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 31CG Ford view listing

4.4
The Holiday Rambler is an excellent Class A RV for many reasons. First, the 31' length allows you to park completely in two normal parking spaces. Pull into a space, take the one in front of you also and you are out of the lanes and safely parked. It also handles very well from the factory. The...read more
The Holiday Rambler is an excellent Class A RV for many reasons. First, the 31' length allows you to park completely in two normal parking spaces. Pull into a space, take the one in front of you also and you are out of the lanes and safely parked. It also handles very well from the factory. The Ford F-53 chassis is a very popular chassis and you can get parts for the chassis such as brake shoes, calipers, starter, alternator, etc. from any auto parts store. They carry parts for large F350 pickups and the parts are the same. The engine (Ford 460 V8) and Transmission (Ford C-6) are known as being Bulletproof. My 59,000 miles with only oil and brake changes are a testament to that. I did add airbags front and rear as the chassis swayed a lot about 30,000 miles. The springs were tired. They offer thicker sway bars but I was happy with just the airbags. The coach is made from Welded Aluminum tubing and is well insulated. Mine had the winter package with dual pane windows and heat to the wet bay where the water tank is. The cabinets are solid oak frames and faces of drawers. We never (24 years old) has never had a door or drawer come apart. The bed is very comfortable with just a mattress topper, and the Drivers seats are very plush and soft. At about 40,000 miles I switched the driver and passenger seat because the right side of the driver was worn and compressed. The passenger didn't even notice it and the seat is like new now. I have often driven 10 hours at a time and never complained about the seat.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
Show less
Helpful (8)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

Emma Payne

Florida

Reviewed on September 11, 2021

RV reviewed 2021 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 35K view listing

2.6
First off avoid General RV tampa. Worst customer service. We paid for our W/D to be moved from our exiting toy hauler to the unit and they told us they were not going to install for us. It took my husband 1.5 hours to do the job and they wanted 880 for the job. We had a long punch list of items...read more
First off avoid General RV tampa. Worst customer service. We paid for our W/D to be moved from our exiting toy hauler to the unit and they told us they were not going to install for us. It took my husband 1.5 hours to do the job and they wanted 880 for the job. We had a long punch list of items that 9 months later are still not repaired. Our walk through the day of purchase was rushed and we have continued to be told conflicting information about our unit. We were told we did not have solar. We do. We were told the tv did not pull out. It does. We have two recalls on the unit with no parts to repair. We cannot locate the outdoor satellite hook up that states is included and apparently we have a auto retract awning which we were told it was not. The toilets have been malfunctioning and have air locks and the sensor shuts it off at 2/3 full with no warning. We have been left without working toilets several times. We cannot boondock for fear of not having usable toilets. The engine screams and high revs during any type of hill climb. Spark plug wires have burnt due to improper wires that sit on the engine. We have engine lights on almost every trip. We can only book repairs 4 months out. The ice maker has never worked. We picked up our unit on a Saturday and everyone left at 4:00 leaving us in the parking lot with antifreeze in our water tank. Limited staff on Sunday so we spent the night and on Monday morning the repair people would not speak to us or help us with anything. What should have been a very special day for us since we were working on our goal to go full time in a RV into us being abandoned in a parking lot. The workmanship on our unit is shabby. Trim missing, delaminating walls. Cabinet doors cracking due to poor install. Very sad. We plan on selling and purchasing a diesel once we get back to Florida this winter . When purchasing a new RV you can expect there will be some issues but this unit has surpassed anything we have experienced. We contacted the main headquarters to make arrangements to have them go over the unit and they wanted us to come to Indian in November. Pretty sad that based on our story they could not manage to fit us in for four months....
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
2.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
Show less
Helpful (10)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

Don Robertson

Florida

Reviewed on August 13, 2021

RV reviewed 2012 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 36SBT view listing

4.8
Our overall experience from owning this motorhome for 4 years is excellent. Any problems? Sure, had to replace slider motors on one slider. Replaced slider awnings (they do age). Water heater leaked and is replaced. Ford V10 engine never gave a lick of problem. Interior is sturdy and beautiful....read more
Our overall experience from owning this motorhome for 4 years is excellent. Any problems? Sure, had to replace slider motors on one slider. Replaced slider awnings (they do age). Water heater leaked and is replaced. Ford V10 engine never gave a lick of problem. Interior is sturdy and beautiful. Paint job is beautiful and like new. We lived in it and travelled for 15 months and loved it. We're selling (Aug 2021) and we may get close to our purchase price when we do (we'll see, but unbelievable if we do)!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
4.0
Show less
Helpful (3)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

Tony lee

Michigan

Reviewed on August 12, 2021

RV reviewed 1997 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 32CG view listing

2.0
It looks good for his age how many miles does it have will it have to be picked up or will it be driven to the closest Michigan area and how do you do financing with credit Union has it been kept in great condition and clean free from rust no leaks how is the tires transmission and...read more
It looks good for his age how many miles does it have will it have to be picked up or will it be driven to the closest Michigan area and how do you do financing with credit Union has it been kept in great condition and clean free from rust no leaks how is the tires transmission and engine
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
2.0
Driving/towing
2.0
Factory warranty/support
2.0
Show less
Helpful (3)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
Voted most helpful review

Richard Miller

West Virginia

Reviewed on March 2, 2021

RV reviewed 2017 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE 32A view listing

2.2
I want to be clear - I wrote REV group trying to resolve the issues - but they obviously could not care less. My spouse is a travelling nurse, specializing in ICU and Critical Care. She stays in the unit when she's on assignment. We bought our Vacationer XE 32A because of the layout. It was...read more
I want to be clear - I wrote REV group trying to resolve the issues - but they obviously could not care less. My spouse is a travelling nurse, specializing in ICU and Critical Care. She stays in the unit when she's on assignment. We bought our Vacationer XE 32A because of the layout. It was ideal for her. (Note - I think I'd avoid the white leather, though ---- it stains super easily) To be fair, HR has built some nice features into cabinetry, as well as furniture. The wood finish is nice for an entry level motor home. Unfortunately, that's where the quality stops. The vehicle shakes and wanders all over the road when we drive it (will be purchasing a steering stabilizer if we opt to keep it). The dealer we purchased it from checked alignment and balance and reported no problems. I conclude it's just a crappy design. Drivability is between poor and fair. The cell phone microphone they put into this unit is awful, and you need to be careful with the driver's seat when you crank the room in. The achilles heel on this thing is the water heater. It works sometimes - but we've never had enough hot water to take a shower (even a short one). We've had it in a nearby shop 3 times with no resolution - and HR just kind of shrugged. The levelling system is tempermental. Seems there's always something going wrong with it. We just disconnected it and bought plastic levellers. (I think that's a highly unsatisfactory situation, but we put up with it because we can work around it). The heat in the under-belly is a great touch - but HR did not hook up the ductwork that goes from the furnace to the bedroom. Result - - cold bedroom. That's just lazy slop. My biggest bone to pick is the way HR handles warranties. The very second it's out, it's out. They just shrug and say "out of warranty." (actually - would be elated if they said that much - they've ignored our attempts) My spouse's passion is saving lives, not fixing motorhomes and supporting mechanic pensions. I'm disappointed, and won't be purchasing another REV Group product.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
2.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
Show less
Helpful (5)

FlagReport

Flag this review
Please select a reason
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
Do you have an RV experience to share?

Help other RVers by leaving a review for an RV or dealership.

Write a review