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3.4 (84 reviews)
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3.7
Overall quality
2.6
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4.1
Driving/towing
3.9
Factory warranty
2.4

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Curtis

Reviewed on June 29, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Eagle HT 28.5RSTS view listing

1.0
Lost the fridge inside of 6 months. After paying 50k plus, no one would even come to me to try and fix it. Just the same run around with the big companies. Never and I mean NEVER by a jayco!!! I've made it my life's mission to put them out of business! This is my third one,,,don't back their warranty at all. ... read more
Lost the fridge inside of 6 months. After paying 50k plus, no one would even come to me to try and fix it. Just the same run around with the big companies. Never and I mean NEVER by a jayco!!! I've made it my life's mission to put them out of business! This is my third one,,,don't back their warranty at all. When you pay that kinda of money someone should be jumping up and down to help you,,,NOT!!!
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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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Beverly Winkler

Reviewed on June 26, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Eagle HT 29.5BHDS view listing

2.0
We purchased this 5th Wheel in August of 2022, used it for 2 weeks and had to take it back to the shop (mid September) for 12 different warranty repairs. It took until April 2023 to receive parts. One of the issues is the pantry door, it did not stay latched and warped. Our dealership repaired the door bac... read more
We purchased this 5th Wheel in August of 2022, used it for 2 weeks and had to take it back to the shop (mid September) for 12 different warranty repairs. It took until April 2023 to receive parts. One of the issues is the pantry door, it did not stay latched and warped. Our dealership repaired the door back to Jayco Specs, but added additional latches to keep secured and leveled. The Jayco magnet does not do that. After just using the RV again a week ago, the pantry door has warped again and the hinges are hard to open. Also, 3 of the drawers in the bunk portion continue to fall apart and will not stay shut while driving, this interferes with extending the slide out.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Randy Stockhorst

Reviewed on March 9, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 Jayco Eagle HT 26.5RLS view listing

4.6
This camper has been a joy to pull and camp in with our kids. Since family is growing we need to get a bigger camper, for we are going to be making extended stays out west and south. This is the only reason for selling current camper we just need more room for a growing family.... read more
This camper has been a joy to pull and camp in with our kids. Since family is growing we need to get a bigger camper, for we are going to be making extended stays out west and south. This is the only reason for selling current camper we just need more room for a growing family.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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3.0
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Dale

Reviewed on February 8, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Eagle HT 28.5RSTS view listing

3.6
Bought our 2022 28.5RSTS new in July 2022. The Eagle series used to be upper level, that is no longer the case. That being said overall the quality is decent for a lighter weight 5th wheel. My biggest complaints are the poor sealing of the undercarriage. Mouse access holes galore! I spent countless hours seal... read more
Bought our 2022 28.5RSTS new in July 2022. The Eagle series used to be upper level, that is no longer the case. That being said overall the quality is decent for a lighter weight 5th wheel. My biggest complaints are the poor sealing of the undercarriage. Mouse access holes galore! I spent countless hours sealing holes in the under fabric from wire routing, and just poor sealing. The other big complaint is insulation, it has none. Definitely not the all season rig it's advertised as. Awning is nearly useless, terrible design. Outside weather proofing is other wise excellent. Tows well, and interior amenities function as intended.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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4.0
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Dave N

Reviewed on January 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2014 Jayco Eagle HT 26.5RLS view listing

4.8
I bought this 2014 year-model in 2017 used from a non-Jayco dealer. My previous experience was with pop-up tent trailers. My wife requested that I upgrade to have HVAC and a bathroom. When my SUV died and I bought a Tundra V-8, I anticipated pulling a travel trailer, not a 5th wheel. So, when I decided I ... read more
I bought this 2014 year-model in 2017 used from a non-Jayco dealer. My previous experience was with pop-up tent trailers. My wife requested that I upgrade to have HVAC and a bathroom. When my SUV died and I bought a Tundra V-8, I anticipated pulling a travel trailer, not a 5th wheel. So, when I decided I would rather have a 5th wheel, my research led me to this Jayco model as one of a few that the Tundra, equipped with a sliding hitch, was rated to handle, even when fully loaded. It is a good pairing; and I once had the occasion to pass a slower moving truck at 75 MPH as I neared the top of a long, steep, climb over a mountain, without the Tundra over-working. Especially given the light-weight construction of the Eagle HT26.5RLS, it has been very durable and is in pretty good shape after being driven about 3,500 miles on a total of 18 trips including 113 nights over the six years we have had it since buying it used. I love the floor plan, which speaks for itself. This is ideal for taking a long weekend or a week at time with my wife, but if I intended to travel with kids and/or take a longer trip of mostly one-night stops, I would choose a different model with more space and/or automatic levelling. The floorplan speaks for itself and is a matter of personal opinion, but I wouldn’t change a thing. We often remove one of the recliner chairs and leave it at home to create more room. As for rating the manufacturer, it was out of warranty when I bought it, but Jayco corporate was easy to deal with and helpful on things such as getting detailed wiring diagrams and ordering parts. I have absolutely no regrets, which is rare for RV owners!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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4.0
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Joe Crowe

Reviewed on November 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2018 Jayco Eagle HT 28.5RSTS view listing

3.0
I am so not impressed, bought used thinking surly a 4 year old 5th wheel would be much better than my 91 Fleetwood Wilderness. Wow was I wrong. Furnace issues, fridge issues. Bad wiring, also 14ga. For outlets, lights flash when Furnace attempts to light. Research online has revealed thats lots of others hav... read more
I am so not impressed, bought used thinking surly a 4 year old 5th wheel would be much better than my 91 Fleetwood Wilderness. Wow was I wrong. Furnace issues, fridge issues. Bad wiring, also 14ga. For outlets, lights flash when Furnace attempts to light. Research online has revealed thats lots of others have the same issues. Infact so far the only thing that seems to work as it should is the television. If this is the norm. Stay away from Jayco.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Linda Worthen

Georgia

Reviewed on April 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Jayco Eagle HT 29.5BHOK view listing

5.0
This has been a fabulous rig for our family. We have been especially happy with the outdoor kitchen and entertainment center. We downsized from a Class A pusher upon our retirement, and are now looking to upgrade back to a pusher to become snowbirds! No complaints or issues with this 5th wheel at all.... read more
This has been a fabulous rig for our family. We have been especially happy with the outdoor kitchen and entertainment center. We downsized from a Class A pusher upon our retirement, and are now looking to upgrade back to a pusher to become snowbirds! No complaints or issues with this 5th wheel at all.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Ronald Weishaar

Illinois

Reviewed on April 18, 2022

RV reviewed 2013 Jayco Eagle HT 26.5RLS view listing

4.8
These are wonderful 5th wheels and tow easily behind my F-150. I have towed it behind the V-6 Ecoboost as well as the V-8 502 and never had any problem. The best thing is that it is EASILY towable with a short bed truck with the Reese Revolution hitch which I highly recommend!... read more
These are wonderful 5th wheels and tow easily behind my F-150. I have towed it behind the V-6 Ecoboost as well as the V-8 502 and never had any problem. The best thing is that it is EASILY towable with a short bed truck with the Reese Revolution hitch which I highly recommend!
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Dillon McGrath

Indiana

Reviewed on April 15, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Eagle HT 312BHOK view listing

3.8
One week after getting the trailer purchased the kitchen slide out stopped working while being stuck out. We had to removed the battery cables and wait then put them back for it to close up. Their manual way of closing it did not work. We said we'd be in a different city in a week and would like to know nearb... read more
One week after getting the trailer purchased the kitchen slide out stopped working while being stuck out. We had to removed the battery cables and wait then put them back for it to close up. Their manual way of closing it did not work. We said we'd be in a different city in a week and would like to know nearby places to get it fixed. The first place they told us was 4 and a half hours from that city. The last place they told us was an hour and forty minutes away. There are 3 rv retailers with service bays such as gander rv, camping world and a local places right in town not to mention the 10 repair shops since everyone in this city has an rv. Why do we have to go hours away?? A couple weeks after getting to our next location(still within a month of buying it) the toilet/black tank has issues even though we followed the directions on using the toilet and chemicals and dumping. The biggest things that bothers me is that every drawer, door, or trim piece has a Crack through it. Like I paid $60k and you couldn't even finish it correctly so that I don't have to see a crack or misaligned trim everywhere I look...
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4.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Greg Saunders

Maine

Reviewed on April 4, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Jayco Eagle HT 25.5REOK view listing

4.8
Bought brand new from a local dealer. Have had some issues but the service and support from both the dealer and Jayco has been second to none. I've looked at other manufactures, I think Jayco build is much better. When you purchase a camper, these campers are basically hand built with many components. The wa... read more
Bought brand new from a local dealer. Have had some issues but the service and support from both the dealer and Jayco has been second to none. I've looked at other manufactures, I think Jayco build is much better. When you purchase a camper, these campers are basically hand built with many components. The warranty that Jayco offers is one of the best.
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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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