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Keystone Travel Trailers - Hybrid reviews

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4.3
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4.0
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4.5
Driving/towing
4.5
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2.3

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Don Leuchs

Maine

Reviewed on 2019-04-20

RV reviewed2013 Keystone Passport Express Super Lite 199ML

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4.6
Friends and fellow RVers Keep in mind that I am reviewing my experience with a now 5 year old camper. I cannot comment on quality issues with newer models. Livability: We have spent months in this camper living on the road. If you like dry camping it can be easily set up with solar and 12 volt extras. You can get into State Parks and other tight campgrounds that stymie bigger rigs. It can feel a little claustrophobic on a streak of rainy weather, but if you use a camper to access the outdoors and spend most time in such this camper is just fine. Quality: After several years of continuous use for months we are impressed that cabinets and woodwork do not show signs of wear. All appliances work as designed with few minor glitches. Simple things like the plywood under the bed is real and not strand board. Exterior? we have had no issues except self inflicted problems. Floor Plan: Do you wonder why all manufacturers have this same floor plan? Positives for us include the larger bathroom and tub, substantial storage for clothes and food (I remove the microwave and make more storage). I took a clue from the newer models and modified the bed to make a Murphy Couch for the few times we have people over on inclement days. We put a thin memory foam topper on the stock mattress, and it is very comfortable, and surprisingly roomy. We like the couch much better than the dinette, but that is a personal decision. One down side is the small size of the windows making it a little dark. Harumph. Driving/Towing: We have a Silverado 1500 with a 5.3 V8. The gross weight for the camper is just over half the capacity of the truck. We average around 13 MPG. I think this camper may be one of the lightest of the class. We had a Frontier that would have pulled it, but it might have been a struggle. There is still the 'push/pull' when tractor trailers go by, but it is acceptable. We replaced the plastic bushings in the suspension with brass bushings to reduce noise, but that is a common practice and not unique to this model. Warranty: We bought the camper used and did not expect a warranty of any kind. Overall: If you like a smaller yet capable camper, with loads of storage that can get you into the outdoors, off the grid, and can perform many miles of flawless performance, I recommend this model. See you on the road, my friends!
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
3.0
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Kathleen Guilmette

Massachusetts

Reviewed on 2017-06-06

RV reviewed2013 Keystone Passport Express Super Lite 235EX

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5.0
We have had some great times with this camper! It has everything! Jensen TV,sound system,room to sleep 8 complete kitchen including propane stove and oven as well as microwave,freezer-refrigerator,double sink. It has a shower,sink and toilet in private bath. We cannot use it any longer due to health reasons,sadly.
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5.0
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5.0
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James

Michigan

Reviewed on 2017-01-08

RV reviewed2013 Keystone Passport Express Super Lite 199ML

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2.0
Same as the majority. Plumbing issues, mattresses on bunks frayed after one year of use. Holes developed in canvas. Too bad their quality control can't get their act together and really look and test and really know the products they put on the market......Maybe quality control needs too be fired. Probably not cheap help is hard too find. P.S. This unit is a 235 EXP.
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2.0
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1.0
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3.0
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3.0
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1.0
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D.w.a

Oklahoma

Reviewed on 2015-05-13

RV reviewed2012 Keystone Cougar XLite 32RS

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4.0
This RV is easy to pull and the inside is all cherry wood trim and has a lot of cabinet space in kitchen it is also easy to set up.
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5.0
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