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4.4 (5 reviews)
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4.6
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5.0
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4.8
Driving/towing
5.0
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2.6

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Michael A Zwerin

California

Reviewed on April 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2006 Itasca Navion 23H view listing

4.4
This camper has just simply been superb. The low miles certainly contribute as it still feels factory new even though it's 16 years old. Guess that's a result of build-quality AND excellent owner's care/maintenance. 12,000 miles of trouble-free service have given the two us many smiles. I can't...read more
This camper has just simply been superb. The low miles certainly contribute as it still feels factory new even though it's 16 years old. Guess that's a result of build-quality AND excellent owner's care/maintenance. 12,000 miles of trouble-free service have given the two us many smiles. I can't say enough positive things about this RV.
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Carol Byron

California

Reviewed on October 16, 2018

RV reviewed 2011 Itasca Navion 24J view listing

5.0
As a single first time buyer I couldn't have been happier with this RV. It rides and drives beautifully. Can be parked any where it's legal to do so which is nearly every where. It's safe. Good mileage with Diesel. I knew that the engine which is a Mercedes Benz would never fail me. The backup...read more
As a single first time buyer I couldn't have been happier with this RV. It rides and drives beautifully. Can be parked any where it's legal to do so which is nearly every where. It's safe. Good mileage with Diesel. I knew that the engine which is a Mercedes Benz would never fail me. The backup camera and GPS are excellent. The ease of navigation is like driving a tall car!
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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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R Arrow

Missouri

Reviewed on August 22, 2018

RV reviewed 2008 Itasca Navion IQ 24DL view listing

5.0
What is there not to like about the Navion IQ. Powerful Mercedes, turbo diesel engine that gets 16-19 mpg. Combine the powerful 3500 Dodge chassis is a perfect combo to get up those hills effortlessly. Convenience and luxury that seem to work with just a flip of a switch everytime; battery,...read more
What is there not to like about the Navion IQ. Powerful Mercedes, turbo diesel engine that gets 16-19 mpg. Combine the powerful 3500 Dodge chassis is a perfect combo to get up those hills effortlessly. Convenience and luxury that seem to work with just a flip of a switch everytime; battery, propane, 30 amps, generator, dish satellite and more. WOW. Perfect start to any journey.
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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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Bob

Arizona

Reviewed on February 26, 2018

RV reviewed 2013 Itasca Navion IQ 24G view listing

4.6
Very comfortable and easy to drive coach with great gas mileage. Small enough to go almost anywhere but large enough to meet extended trip needs. Good layout with the two slides and walk around bed. Plenty of interior and exterior storage. Add a solar panel to have 4-5 days of dry camping. We have...read more
Very comfortable and easy to drive coach with great gas mileage. Small enough to go almost anywhere but large enough to meet extended trip needs. Good layout with the two slides and walk around bed. Plenty of interior and exterior storage. Add a solar panel to have 4-5 days of dry camping. We have taken extended trips so very livable.
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4.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Steve Throner

California

Reviewed on September 16, 2017

RV reviewed 2012 Itasca Navion IQ 24V view listing

4.8
Super easy to drive. 25' and 7'6" width enables parking in shopping center/diner parking lots. Access to length-limited roads that other RVs cannot use. Perfect size for TWO people. Excellent diesel mileage, great pulling power and perfect gearing for long 6 and 7% grades - rarely need to apply...read more
Super easy to drive. 25' and 7'6" width enables parking in shopping center/diner parking lots. Access to length-limited roads that other RVs cannot use. Perfect size for TWO people. Excellent diesel mileage, great pulling power and perfect gearing for long 6 and 7% grades - rarely need to apply breaks. Cruises comfortably 60 - 65 MPH. Stable in winds. Great galley kitchen. Has all the bells and whistles. The one thing we added was autolevelers. After camping for two years with all the hassle of leveling, autoleveling (about $3500) makes it all so easy. This is a great mercedes chassis with dualies on the back for traction and go anywhere additude.
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Alfred Viscido

Vermont

Reviewed on May 29, 2017

RV reviewed 2008 Itasca Navion IQ 24DL view listing

5.0
The quality, construction, design, driving stability, mileage, and comfort are first class all the way.The 2008 Itasca Navion iQ is perhaps the best designed class B+ motor home on the market today. I strongly recommend this unit for a couple who are seeking a class B Roadtrek, Pleasure-Way or...read more
The quality, construction, design, driving stability, mileage, and comfort are first class all the way.The 2008 Itasca Navion iQ is perhaps the best designed class B+ motor home on the market today. I strongly recommend this unit for a couple who are seeking a class B Roadtrek, Pleasure-Way or other small motor home. This is definitely a step above in every way.
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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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Mary Rommel

New York

Reviewed on June 28, 2016

RV reviewed 2013 Itasca Navion 24V view listing

4.0
Our 2013 Itasca Navion proved to be the perfect Motor Homer. At 17mpg given the mountainous terrain, we never missed not hauling a car. The separate shower and multi energy supply was great. We like the twin beds that convert to a King. Very comfortable riding. All systems worked well. This is...read more
Our 2013 Itasca Navion proved to be the perfect Motor Homer. At 17mpg given the mountainous terrain, we never missed not hauling a car. The separate shower and multi energy supply was great. We like the twin beds that convert to a King. Very comfortable riding. All systems worked well. This is definitely the motor home for a couple to own and travel extensively in.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Craig W Guth

Texas

Reviewed on May 20, 2016

RV reviewed 2016 Itasca Navion 24J view listing

2.0
Ordered from dealership in February and took possession in May 2015. On my first outing on the fifth night the AC broke in Phoenix Arizona. Took it to dealer for repair. Major failure on AC. Winnebago was contacted and stated it was a Coleman problem. Coleman stated I had to wait for them to...read more
Ordered from dealership in February and took possession in May 2015. On my first outing on the fifth night the AC broke in Phoenix Arizona. Took it to dealer for repair. Major failure on AC. Winnebago was contacted and stated it was a Coleman problem. Coleman stated I had to wait for them to ship a new unit even though there was one available in Phoenix. Coleman did not expedite the shipment. Nine days later it arrived damaged and Coleman stated I had to wait for another replacement. Winnebago finally did something and approved the getting the AC unit in Phoenix. I had spent Nine nights in a Hotel because the temperature was 115 degrees. The AC/Heat pump has failed two more times since. The refrigerator has failed three times for various reasons. This unit has been in the shop over 12 weeks in the year I have owned it. It is in the shop again. I purchase what I thought was the top of the line model, not a cheap manufactured unit. I am truly disappointed. Every time it is used something breaks.
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2.0
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1.0
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5.0
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Bets_boop

Ontario

Reviewed on March 17, 2016

RV reviewed 2014 Itasca Viva 23L view listing

1.8
We bought a 2014 Itasca Viva from a dealer in Ontario. We had nothing but problems with it, since the day we picked it up. We took it back to the factory in Iowa with a list of 40+ items to be fixed, including, but not limited to: Hot & cold taps backward, furnace didn't work, bed fell apart,...read more
We bought a 2014 Itasca Viva from a dealer in Ontario. We had nothing but problems with it, since the day we picked it up. We took it back to the factory in Iowa with a list of 40+ items to be fixed, including, but not limited to: Hot & cold taps backward, furnace didn't work, bed fell apart, bathroom door wouldn't close, on & on. The quality of workmanship is terrible. We thought Winnebago was top of the line & Itasca was their best. NOT. It has been back & forth from the Winnebago dealer to the Chrysler dealer several times, because it developed a wobble at @ 30mph & neither can figure out the problem & each blames the other. Chrysler said it was a drive shaft (it is front wheel drive), or maybe from the weight distribution of the coach. The final answer was that Winnebago says it is the liquid in the tanks. There is no way an RV owner would be able to travel with tanks totally empty. It is unrealistic to expect us to empty it in the desert or on the beach, before we return home. We tried to deal with the dealer to trade this lemon in, but they basicly told us they didn't want to deal with us.
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3.0
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1.0
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3.0
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2.0
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Austinbart

Texas

Reviewed on September 4, 2015

RV reviewed 2007 Itasca Navion 23H view listing

3.2
Bought this RV to run up and down the roads and not for long time camping. It is very versatile in that you can go just about anywhere a car or pickup can go. Easy to get around parking lots and in city driving. It can sleep 6 but 6 people would be crowded in this rig. Great for a couple traveling....read more
Bought this RV to run up and down the roads and not for long time camping. It is very versatile in that you can go just about anywhere a car or pickup can go. Easy to get around parking lots and in city driving. It can sleep 6 but 6 people would be crowded in this rig. Great for a couple traveling. It is very well outfitted and we like the full shower. The quiet Onan generator makes it great for dry camping. Can run A/C and Micro at the same time. The propane Onan is very easy on fuel. The 5 cylinder Mercedes Diesel is also great on fuel. It has plenty of power for hill climbing and gets decent mileage. Mine averaged about 16MPG running about 63MPH.
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5.0
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