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Liveability
4.1
Overall quality
3.8
Floorplan
4.4
Driving/towing
4.3
Factory warranty
3.2

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jerry hemstad

Minnesota, USA

Reviewed on July 9, 2024

RV reviewed 2016 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS view listing

4.8
If you buy a used Jayco that is 2018 or older they are way better built then the new ones when Jayco got bought out in 2019 quality went down hill. We own a 2016 Jayco and is in great shape and runs and drives great. Look for used Jaycos older then 2019 u will be happy...read more
If you buy a used Jayco that is 2018 or older they are way better built then the new ones when Jayco got bought out in 2019 quality went down hill. We own a 2016 Jayco and is in great shape and runs and drives great. Look for used Jaycos older then 2019 u will be happy camper.
Livability
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Amy Smith

Florida, USA

Reviewed on July 9, 2024

RV reviewed 2016 Jayco Seneca 37HJ view listing

4.2
Being in the market for a used Super C we came across a BEAUTIFUL used 2016. It was used VERY little w/ less than 11,000 miles, shiny, new headlights, new tires, etc. The inside was spotless, washer dryer never used, etc. It looked so new we had decided not to do an inspection, but the good Lord...read more
Being in the market for a used Super C we came across a BEAUTIFUL used 2016. It was used VERY little w/ less than 11,000 miles, shiny, new headlights, new tires, etc. The inside was spotless, washer dryer never used, etc. It looked so new we had decided not to do an inspection, but the good Lord took care of us and when we took a Diesel mechanic with us to go on a test drive, it started to rain. When we brought in the slide the water came in AND with very little investigative work we found a soft spot in the wall and under the dresser drawers and potentially the beginning of the same problem on the opposite slide. Anyway, it bothers me that this RV is still advertised here at the same price. I wish there was a way to inform people of sellers/RVs like this, as the repairs will be costly!
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Brian McVay

Ohio, USA

Reviewed on June 26, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Seneca 37M view listing

2.0
We purchased this RV new after bad luck with our last Jayco Seneca (2018). We thought it was just a bad unit and we had bad luck. We were wrong. The floor plan is pretty nice. Beyond that, there is nothing good to say. Jayco Warranty takes weeks to approve any repairs. This is how they are...read more
We purchased this RV new after bad luck with our last Jayco Seneca (2018). We thought it was just a bad unit and we had bad luck. We were wrong. The floor plan is pretty nice. Beyond that, there is nothing good to say. Jayco Warranty takes weeks to approve any repairs. This is how they are able to offer 2 years, because if you get anything fixed it will sit at your dealer waiting for Jayco's response. Ours has been sitting for 9 of the last 11 months to have fiberglass cracking issues repaired around all three slide outs. Jayco delays every step of the process. The dealership has to send photos of the problem...wait a few weeks for approval to see where the problem started. Then they show the findings, and another few weeks of delay to approve them to look further. After the problem is found, then it is another 4-6 weeks for them to approve the repair. Lastly, they delay shipping the parts needed to make the repair for another 4-6 weeks. This was the case with our old one, and now our newer one. The overall build quality is what you should expect from the shottiest contractor you have every seen. Jayco has the game figured out to make their coin, and move you out of warranty without fixing the problems. Every trip something else falls apart. My wife keeps a container in the kitchen for all the screws she finds when she is cleaning so that I can go get them when I find what fell apart. Everything is held together with self tapping screws. The majority of them are stripped out, or loose. Junk is the best word for Jayco.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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Lesann Garman

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on June 24, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Jayco Redhawk SE 22C view listing

2.2
I would never suggest Jayco products or the Blue Compass dealership. We went with Jayco because of the warranty. Getting anything done on the warranty is almost impossible. We have worked with the dealership and Jayco for the last year to fix our slide, chairs, mattress and sony screen. To...read more
I would never suggest Jayco products or the Blue Compass dealership. We went with Jayco because of the warranty. Getting anything done on the warranty is almost impossible. We have worked with the dealership and Jayco for the last year to fix our slide, chairs, mattress and sony screen. To date nothing has been resolved. We get the same old run around from both.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Lisa M

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on May 15, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Jayco Melbourne 24L view listing

4.6
This is a comfortable, well thought out rig. Everything is at hand, the slide provides enough floor space for dogs and people. I love the u-dinette, it fits more people and feels less formal. The queen bed in the back is very comfortable. The bathroom is tight, which is to be expected, but...read more
This is a comfortable, well thought out rig. Everything is at hand, the slide provides enough floor space for dogs and people. I love the u-dinette, it fits more people and feels less formal. The queen bed in the back is very comfortable. The bathroom is tight, which is to be expected, but sufficient. My only issue with this rig is its drivability. It feels top-heavy and underpowered. Only got 10 mpg without towing anything.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
3.0
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Cheryl price

Kentucky, USA

Reviewed on April 20, 2024

RV reviewed 2017 Jayco Greyhawk 30Z view listing

5.0
We bought this in 2018 it was brand new 2017. It is very easy to drive. Only 8400 miles on it. Everything is automatic. Black leather every seat. Nice cabinetry it has 2tvs a dvd player outside speakers.it will sleep 8. It has automatic self levelers. The slide out is the whole side of...read more
We bought this in 2018 it was brand new 2017. It is very easy to drive. Only 8400 miles on it. Everything is automatic. Black leather every seat. Nice cabinetry it has 2tvs a dvd player outside speakers.it will sleep 8. It has automatic self levelers. The slide out is the whole side of camper
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Floyd Baker

Tennessee, USA

Reviewed on April 17, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Jayco Redhawk SE 27N view listing

4.0
Recently purchased a 2023 Jayco redhawk se 27nf. It was one of the last 2023 models on the lot. My wife and I preferred a Floorplan without slides. Also one of my priorities is for outside storage. This Floorplan is one of the few class c models with a large pass-through storage compartment. We...read more
Recently purchased a 2023 Jayco redhawk se 27nf. It was one of the last 2023 models on the lot. My wife and I preferred a Floorplan without slides. Also one of my priorities is for outside storage. This Floorplan is one of the few class c models with a large pass-through storage compartment. We have had it out on trips twice now. The first was a short trip to a local Koa. The second was a trip of approximately 600 miles and 4 nights. My list of problems is very short. The dealer ,Bluecompass, has scheduled an appointment to get these things fixed.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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3.0
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Leah Marshall

Massachusetts, USA

Reviewed on March 21, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Jayco Redhawk 31XL view listing

5.0
We have loved owning this RV. From road trips to tailgates and sports events, it has been such a pleasure owning this! Traveling with our 3 kids and 2 dogs it has been roomy and comfortable. We would love for another family to own and love this RV so they can make memories and enjoy life with their...read more
We have loved owning this RV. From road trips to tailgates and sports events, it has been such a pleasure owning this! Traveling with our 3 kids and 2 dogs it has been roomy and comfortable. We would love for another family to own and love this RV so they can make memories and enjoy life with their kids. We have RV'd with our extended family as well. We drove from Mass to Hilton Head, as well as to Cape Cod, Maine, and Vermont. We visited National Parks like Acadia and we did beach trips. We have loved being able to bring our dogs on vacation and wish we could keep it. Unfortunately because 2 of our kids are heading to college it is not something we can make use of right now but we definitely intend to own another RV in the future. Whether you are a seasoned camper or newer to RVing like we were, we know you will have fun with it. The kids love being able to sleep and relax while we travel.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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John E Metroka

California, USA

Reviewed on February 29, 2024

RV reviewed 2013 Jayco Greyhawk 31DS view listing

4.6
We have driven the Greyhawk 31DS for about ten years and continue to do so. It has served us extremely well. The Greyhawk sleeps eight. We used sleeping accommodations for two to four most of the time. It was very comfortable. The kitchen area was spacious and amenities worked well. The original...read more
We have driven the Greyhawk 31DS for about ten years and continue to do so. It has served us extremely well. The Greyhawk sleeps eight. We used sleeping accommodations for two to four most of the time. It was very comfortable. The kitchen area was spacious and amenities worked well. The original tankless water heater was replaced as the original version was flawed. The full bath was well laid out with a shower that accommodates a very tall person. The two slide-outs created a very livable floor plan. The F450 V-10 engine continues to run like new. The transmission is simply wonderful. We towed a Wrangler Jeep on most of our trips with absolutely no issues or problems. The cabinetry and upholstery held up well, but has signs of use. Overall the aesthetics held up very well. If you find one that has been well maintained, buy it.
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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3.0
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Leonard

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on January 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Redhawk 29XK view listing

2.0
My motorhome has been having issues since it was new. It’s been down over 4 months waiting on approval and parts from Jayco. The door hasn’t been right since I bought the motorhome in August 2022. This problem has been worked on multiple times but never fixed. About 3 months after I...read more
My motorhome has been having issues since it was new. It’s been down over 4 months waiting on approval and parts from Jayco. The door hasn’t been right since I bought the motorhome in August 2022. This problem has been worked on multiple times but never fixed. About 3 months after I purchased to motorhome, Affinity notified me that there was a crack in the cab over. I’m a little concerned that there is structural damage in the door area that wasn’t addressed when the crack was repaired. They knew about the damage when they sold me the motorhome but failed to mention it. The issues, besides the door are: Leveling system doesn’t work Cameras, backup and sides do not work. CO alarm goes off intermittently when operating generator Wall paper in bathroom coming off Tiles in bedroom loose When I fill the fresh water tank and start driving, the water siphons out. The center burner on the stove fails to light from the striker intermittently. The results of which are a flash of fire under the stove top when the propane ignites. The intermittent issues never seem to occur when checked by the technician. So, nothing is done. The procedure for getting a motorhome repaired is very time consuming and frustrating both for the customer and the dealership. Step 1 Make an appointment to drop off the motorhome. Stem 2 from 1 to 2 weeks after drop off to have a technician diagnose the problem Stem 3 take pictures and submit warranty claim Step 4 Jayco takes 1 to 2 weeks to review the claim and notify the dealership Step 5 order parts or repeat step 4 if Jayco needs more information. Step 6 parts are shipped Step 7 parts are received takes a week or more Repair is now 4-6 weeks in and actual repair is just starting. Probably takes another week to assign a technician and start repair. I took my motorhome in on October 17,2023. I picked my (not repaired) motorhome up on two different occasions because I had plans and reservations. I took it in last week because Jayco needed more pictures. The dealership told me to take it home as they have no idea when they’ll get parts and actually repair it. My motorhome is just over 16 months old with about 6500 miles and has been in the shop 3 times as much as it’s been on the road. I was told that I have 2 year bumper to bumper warranty. I’m over 2/3 into that warranty and still waiting to have day 1 issues taken care of.
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1.0
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1.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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1.0
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