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3.6 (501 reviews)
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3.7
Overall quality
3.1
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4.2
Driving/towing
4.2
Factory warranty
2.7

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William Compton

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on July 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Jayco Jay flight Slx 183rbg-g view listing

5.0
It only weights in at 3300 lbs well within my Honda Ridgeline capability . I installed a blue tooth backup camera and an electric jack to make life easier.I also installed dual batteries that work with 200 watt solar system.The 12 volt refrigerator saves on using propane. There is also an AM, FM...read more
It only weights in at 3300 lbs well within my Honda Ridgeline capability . I installed a blue tooth backup camera and an electric jack to make life easier.I also installed dual batteries that work with 200 watt solar system.The 12 volt refrigerator saves on using propane. There is also an AM, FM radio installed that has blue tooth capability for listening to music you have downloaded to your phone.
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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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Tim Hoover

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on July 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Jayco Eagle HT 284BHOK view listing

3.0
The support from our dealer is horrible it would always take 9 months to get warranty work done and would never be completed correctly also was told from dealer that it was constructed of marine grade plywood the store compartment rotted out in less then 4 year and was the cheapest osb that you can...read more
The support from our dealer is horrible it would always take 9 months to get warranty work done and would never be completed correctly also was told from dealer that it was constructed of marine grade plywood the store compartment rotted out in less then 4 year and was the cheapest osb that you can buy I feel that I was lied to from salesman and jayco don’t think I’ll ever own another jayco the design of the compartment is horrible and can’t keep mice out of camper due to the design flaws of the front fiberglass cab
Livability
2.0
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2.0
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4.0
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5.0
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2.0
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Kimberly Banaczuk

Massachusetts, USA

Reviewed on June 30, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco 195 RB STX STX view listing

2.6
bought it new from the showroom. We consistently have issues with this trailer, from the solar panels not working, the awning busted, the table leg gouging my husband's leg open off, screws everywhere, and not the recall Jayco's fix was to place a board between the stove and furnace. the latest...read more
bought it new from the showroom. We consistently have issues with this trailer, from the solar panels not working, the awning busted, the table leg gouging my husband's leg open off, screws everywhere, and not the recall Jayco's fix was to place a board between the stove and furnace. the latest incident could have killed us. the stove (domenic) 2 burner blew up on my husband singing his entire arm. it is yet again back in the shop. we lost so many booked vacations due to these issues. and this one could have cost us our lives. one mechanic said we were lucky the whole trailer didn't blow, no one seems to care and now fighting with the repair shop because " we didn't buy it there". how many times do we have to experience this or possibly die due to the negligence in the build of this trailer.
Livability
2.0
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2.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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Troy B

Georgia, USA

Reviewed on June 23, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Whitehawk 27RK view listing

2.4
This was our 1st rv that we bought and we both looking forward to the camping life. It turned out to be a 15 month nightmare. This rv had issues when we picked it up that had to be fixed before we left and 6 months later we took it back to get a page and half of build issues fixed plus 2 major...read more
This was our 1st rv that we bought and we both looking forward to the camping life. It turned out to be a 15 month nightmare. This rv had issues when we picked it up that had to be fixed before we left and 6 months later we took it back to get a page and half of build issues fixed plus 2 major issues. The first being 2 plumbing leaks that ruined the cabinets. One was under the sink where the drain was never tightened and the other was the outdoor shower that the factory had left a washer out of and it sprayed water everywhere behind the cabinets. The 2nd was an electrical issue. It had a direct short somewhere in the camper and would drain the battery in a day, lights would flicker and things wouldn't work correctly. The 1st dealership where I bought it said they fixed everything. Not true! Neither of those got fixed. I took it to 2nd dealership and they spent 2 months trying to fix the electrical issue with little support from the factory. They said they finally got it fixed. It seemed to be but this year the issue returned again. Jayco really needs to buy this camper back because of the fire risk with it having the electrical issue. I hope nobody's in when it does go up. The last time I moved the slide out it, you could hear a popping noise like arching somewhere inside the camper. I have literally had to work on everytime we went camping because something would tear up. I have more hours working on it then sleeping in it. My wife and I both have had enough and traded it in today. I lost around $12k in 15 months. Jayco totally shafted me out my money. I would not recommend any Jayco camper to anybody.
Livability
1.0
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1.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Todd Mendel

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on June 7, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 287BHSW view listing

4.4
This is a spacious and good RV for families up to six, but will accommodate 8 easily with smaller children. Comfortable with good cooking area, inside and out and plenty of room. Nice features with electronics and cooking, with dual refrigerators, inside and outside. Bathroom is adequate space with...read more
This is a spacious and good RV for families up to six, but will accommodate 8 easily with smaller children. Comfortable with good cooking area, inside and out and plenty of room. Nice features with electronics and cooking, with dual refrigerators, inside and outside. Bathroom is adequate space with tub for smaller folks and shower for all sizes.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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4.0
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Cindy Cunningham

Iowa, USA

Reviewed on June 7, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 244BHS view listing

4.6
I somehow skipped this area and typed this big thing in the wrong section. So read on for more information. Great camper and the layout is like no other.. great! Pulls easily, lots of storage. Not equipped for winter travel but it cools easily in th...read more
I somehow skipped this area and typed this big thing in the wrong section. So read on for more information. Great camper and the layout is like no other.. great! Pulls easily, lots of storage. Not equipped for winter travel but it cools easily in th summer.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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4.0
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GORDON WALRATH

Florida, USA

Reviewed on May 23, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 195RB view listing

2.4
I have own several campers in my life and have seen the quality of the campers are Bad ! And the warranty only 1 year , And the prices are going up ! It very upsetting, by the time you pay $30,000 and up for a camper, $70. plus a night, Insurance , add gas for towing. After about 5 years the...read more
I have own several campers in my life and have seen the quality of the campers are Bad ! And the warranty only 1 year , And the prices are going up ! It very upsetting, by the time you pay $30,000 and up for a camper, $70. plus a night, Insurance , add gas for towing. After about 5 years the camper is falling apart, this is my last camper.
Livability
1.0
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1.0
Floorplan
5.0
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4.0
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todd schroeder

California, USA

Reviewed on May 22, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Jayco White Hawk 26RK view listing

2.8
We purchased our 2021 Jayco White Hawk 26rk from Richardson's RV in Menifee California in March of 2022. We absolutely love the layout,design, and look of the trailer. We purchased Jayco because of their reputation. Since our purchase, we have had the heater repaired once by Richardson's who then...read more
We purchased our 2021 Jayco White Hawk 26rk from Richardson's RV in Menifee California in March of 2022. We absolutely love the layout,design, and look of the trailer. We purchased Jayco because of their reputation. Since our purchase, we have had the heater repaired once by Richardson's who then sold their company to Camping World. We then had the heater repaired again by an outside service who had to replace the blower. We had the refrigerator fail on one trip and have had it repaired. The awning light switch on the lighting control panel doesn't work, but the lights will work on the Jayco app. Just a few days ago, March 17, 2024, we hooked up to go on a trip and the tow module in our truck gave us an SC! message meaning a short circuit. We did not want to drive the trailer anywhere without breaks so we called 911 RV Service in Temecula, CA. They arrived and diagnosed the problem. When they looked at the brake wires underneath, they discovered that only the rear tires on each side have brakes. They assumed all tires should have brakes and wondered if this was an error during assembly, or there never were brakes on the other tires. No wires or brakes apparent on the front axle. The passenger side brake wires were severed and some were missing. They also discovered that the four bolts holding the brakes in place and onto the axle were missing. Upon removing the tire and wheel hub, the bolts that were supposed to be holding everything in the hub to the axle were found loose and rolling around in the hub. It appears that the tire could have easily come off during travel and that the axle has been damaged by the bolts and needs to be replaced. Apparently one bold eventually lodged freezing the brake assembly and caused the wires for the brakes to be torn away. We are very lucky that the tire didn't seize up or come away from the trailer during travel. This appears to either be a defective axle where it attaches to the wheel housing, or seeing as the trailer was built during Covid, someone failed to tighten the bolts in place while assembling the wheel housing and brakes. We are lucky there wasn't an accident and we discovered this before leaving on our next trip. The axle, wheel housing, and brake must be replaced due to the damage and I can provide pictures for you. We really love our Jayco trailer, but we are concerned with this quality issue. It could have been a tragedy at some point. I hope that you advise other customers of this problem or possible problem, so that they may have their trailers looked at and/or serviced to avoid an eventual very expensive repair, or accident.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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1.0
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Al Schwarting

Minnesota, USA

Reviewed on May 21, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Jayco Jay Flight 33RBTS view listing

2.2
Bought in 2022 and sitting in a seasonal spot. Bed in bunkhouse caved in on my 5 year old granddaughter, injuring her. Next morning found the plastic table holders on each side only had 1 screw in each. After further looking, hinges on island also only had 1 screw in each. Dinette table feet...read more
Bought in 2022 and sitting in a seasonal spot. Bed in bunkhouse caved in on my 5 year old granddaughter, injuring her. Next morning found the plastic table holders on each side only had 1 screw in each. After further looking, hinges on island also only had 1 screw in each. Dinette table feet were solid rust. Later that summer found the lower half of vanity face swelled due to water leak from water heater. (no washers in the hoses connected to water heater) Wall outside bathroom was also bowed due to not being squared up when installed. 2nd year - valve on water pump failed causing water to seap under camper bowing bottom of camper. Wiring on motor with kitchen push out failed costing me 557.00 for repair. Kitchen faucet is now leaking. Dealer has done as much as they have the authority to do. Corporate basically said "to bad, so sad" I will NOT be buying a Jayco again.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
3.0
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William

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on May 13, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 183RB view listing

3.0
I purchased my new camper trailer in March 2024 From Bish’s RV . I have yet to bel able to go anywhere. The camper is in the maintenance department trying to fix the problems that the trailer left the factory with. Today is the 13th of May 2024 I am hoping that I can get out and use my camper by...read more
I purchased my new camper trailer in March 2024 From Bish’s RV . I have yet to bel able to go anywhere. The camper is in the maintenance department trying to fix the problems that the trailer left the factory with. Today is the 13th of May 2024 I am hoping that I can get out and use my camper by the end of this month.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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3.0
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