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Wes Diskin

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Reviewed on 2022-08-04

RV reviewed2022 Jayco 171BH Jay Feather Micro

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5.0
The 171BH hits on so many levels it is a bit crazy. I have had for nearly a year. Livability: Ofcourse if you are comparing this to a slide out double bunk 26’ trailer it would be 3 stars, but it should be rated on its class, not something it’s not. So, in the no slide bunkhouse class, it is very good. The bed is 54x80 ( Jayco website is STILL wrong), so being 6’4”, I fit! The dinette fits an adult and child on each side, BUT don’t forget the ottomans. Someone can easily sit on the end on an ottoman. The bathroom is the best bathroom you will see in this class. Kitchen has all full size appliances, which is nice, but they should just do a 2 burner if not doing an oven. I installed a countertop extension on mine. Overall Quality: compared to my brand new truck? 2-3 stars. Compared to every other trailer I walked and have continued to walk through? 5 stars. Yes I did a 4 hour PDI and found stuff falling off or not screwed in well. Yes, I got it home and re-caulked the whole trailer. Yes, I even had to re-wire the solar under the roof Jack. Even given that, the fit and finish of the Micro line is so far ahead of anything in its class (note I have not been in an Ember). My wife and I both just went out to wonder through trailers and came back to ours and both dealt so glad we bought the Jayco Micro. The things I will never buy another trailer without: roof rack, movable ladder, storage door (bunk storage), Azdel. Floor Plan: Nearly perfect. I would prefer the kitchen and dinette swapped, but this trailer is basically a large elite trailer squeezed down into what would typically be a stick and tin trailer. The amount of features (especially storage) is ridiculous. Has max fan in main AND bath fan. The biggest feature is storage: over the bed, over the dinette, the ottomans (heavy food storage!), kitchen drawers, bathroom (!), and the flip up bunk storage with outside door. I fit an insane amount back there. Driving/Towing: Awesome E rated tires and towed great. Ofcourse at 5k lbs and my truck able to tow 9k, it is easy and great. Factory/Warranty: I have a great dealer in WA (Valley RV SuperCenter), so have not had any factory issues. If you have questions, you can reach me on the Jayco Owners Forum under the handle JayLo.
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