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4.0
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3.0
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4.5
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3.5
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3.0

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Hannah

Michigan

Reviewed on 2018-10-25

RV reviewed2014 Jayco Jay Flight 33BHTS

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2.2
Whatever you do, do NOT buy a Jayco. We have had our Jayco for less than 5 years and pretty much everything has broken on it. What has Jayco done? Nothing. I have never been so angry/disappointed with a purchase. Just to give you an idea of how poor quality these trailers are, I’ll list a few of the things that broke in mine. The doorknob to the rear bedroom just completely stopped working, we had no choice but to break it off to open the door. The lights on the awning all stopped working within the first year, we took the trailer in to the shop to have them replaced, they all stopped working again within another year. We had to replace them with LED’s ourselves and they have been perfect since. The indoor molding around the kitchen slide out is completely tearing off. The glass at the bottom of our fridge shattered. The metal plate on the exterior front of the trailer fell off, when we took it in to the shop to have it repaired, it fell off again before we even made it home. Another thing we had to do ourselves if we wanted it fixed. The wood frame around the dinette broke, and both cushions have ripped. The table in the rear room is coming apart at the seams. The most recent and major problem is the jacks. The front right leveling jack just completely failed and buckled, shifting the entire trailer probably two feet, as well as damaging the three remaining jacks and the tongue jack. Another foot, and the trailer would have fallen over. Again, these aren’t even all the issues we’ve had so far. I would gladly switch back to the 20 year old Sportsmen we had before this. In the 15 years we owned that, we didn’t have nearly as many issues as we have had in the 4 years of owning this Jayco. I have never seen a travel trailer built so poorly and have such poor quality. We have contacted Jayco, but never heard back. If you are looking into buying a travel trailer, please take my advice and do not buy a Jayco.
Livability
3.0
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1.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
2.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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Joseph Sites

Ohio

Reviewed on 2021-07-31

RV reviewed2013 Jayco Jay Flight 33BHTS

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5.0
Reliable, solidly built, very comfortable, can live in it due to all the living/walking space, storage space, and built-in conveniences. We bought it because wanted separate bedrooms in order to convert 2nd bedroom to a private home office which would still allow office to be used as a guest room when needed. We had absolutely no mechanical issues with this trailer and very happy with it. My wife loved the large sized kitchen, large fridge with separate freezer and the 3 burner stove with oven with plenty of countertop for cooking. She said it was like a kitchen at home! She also loved the outdoor kitchen to cook outside which also has space and electric to add a 2nd mini fridge! She also loved that the bathroom was attached to our master bedroom to make the night-time trips to toilet easy. Yet, the bathroom had a second door allowing access from rest of trailer too so you would not have to go through our bedroom to get to the bathroom. We are both neat-freaks and were very happy to have an outdoor shower to wash ourselves off (like sand or dirt from our day's adventures) and other personal items before tracking the dirt into the trailer. We set up an outdoor shower tent at the RV's outdoor shower to make it possible to even shower completely with privacy before going inside trailer! If we had a dog, the outside shower would have been perfect to keep the dog clean too. The awning is huge! Side panels could easily be added, attached and removable to give privacy and protection from insects giving tons of space under the awning to enjoy the outdoors. I really enjoyed the convenience of the hitch and jacks all being electric and automatically levelling. Cut my camp set-up time to almost effortless!
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5.0
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5.0
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