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4.3 (14 reviews)
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4.9
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4.8
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4.9
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4.6
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ROLAND

Reviewed on May 31, 2023

RV reviewed 2003 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 26.5 view listing

4.8
This Lazy Daze is our first RV Purchase. We have used it for mostly coastal trips. The RV is comfortable and solid. The aluminum construction and high quality epoxy paint makes for easy washing and not rust streaks to worry about. Our mileage has been between 10 and 12 mpg. The V10 Ford is Super smooth and po... read more
This Lazy Daze is our first RV Purchase. We have used it for mostly coastal trips. The RV is comfortable and solid. The aluminum construction and high quality epoxy paint makes for easy washing and not rust streaks to worry about. Our mileage has been between 10 and 12 mpg. The V10 Ford is Super smooth and powerful, the transmission shifts gears very smooth as well. Our Lazy Daze is a 2003 with 26k miles, feels like a high quality NEW RV to me. We researched many RV brands but decided only the Lazy Daze would be on our actual purchase list. The hand crafted exterior and interior craftsmanship and materials really placed the brand in a niche that we were looking for. I do not think anyone would not enjoy touring the interstates and backroads in one of these striking and unique Class C's. Overall score on 1 to 10 scale..a 9.
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5.0
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Mary Beth Vogt

Reviewed on April 30, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze Island Bed view listing

5.0
I have owned (2) Lazy Daze RVs! Both coincidentally had a rebuilt title which had no affect what so ever - except a lower price!! The unmatched quality of the Lazy Daze brand makes it a joy to live in and drive! I also owned another C and an A, both were very new and the quality was so inferior to a Lazy ... read more
I have owned (2) Lazy Daze RVs! Both coincidentally had a rebuilt title which had no affect what so ever - except a lower price!! The unmatched quality of the Lazy Daze brand makes it a joy to live in and drive! I also owned another C and an A, both were very new and the quality was so inferior to a Lazy Daze! If you can find one in good condition with lower mileage you will be thrilled.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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scott schmitz

Colorado

Reviewed on May 28, 2022

RV reviewed 2002 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 26.5 view listing

5.0
We purchased a mid-bath motorhome from Lazy Daze in 2002. I still remember it like yesterday when we visited the factory and they spent 4 hours explaining the operation of each and every system. They affixed a nameplate with our family name engraved on it, and we were on our way to the most wonderful advent... read more
We purchased a mid-bath motorhome from Lazy Daze in 2002. I still remember it like yesterday when we visited the factory and they spent 4 hours explaining the operation of each and every system. They affixed a nameplate with our family name engraved on it, and we were on our way to the most wonderful adventure in our brand new Lazy Daze motorhome. Over these past 20+ years we have enjoyed many family vacations thanks to this well designed motor home. It has never let us down. We have dry camped looking at dinosaur tracks in Arizona, stayed at Walt Disney World Fort Wilderness, as well as the Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons and many other national parks. Whereas other larger motor homes may seem more luxurious, they lack the capability of the Lazy Daze motorhome. The ground clearance is fantastic, towing capacity impressive. The lightweight aluminum skin means is lightweight and able to climb mountains without effort, unlike the heavier competition. I could go on and on. I have spoken with the fantastic staff at Lazy Daze several times and each time they have been helpful and able to get me the help I needed. I just spoke with them a week ago about replacing the back window, and they took the time to give me the contact information for their supplier, who I then called and they helped me out. I didn't pay either person, and they had no chance of making a buck from me. They just genuinely wanted to help a Lazy Daze owner out. There is no other motorhome manufacturer that does anything close to that. Whenever we see another Lazy Daze owner on the highway we always wave and they wave back. It's like we are all part of some fantastic wonderful special club. They have Jamborees for Lazy Daze owners, and there are online forms where Lazy Daze owners share tips and cricket to get the most from their motorhomes. There is no better motor home out there, nor is there a better manufacturer. If you are looking for the best designed, best built and most overall bestest motorhome out there, lazy Daze is it!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Bill Healy

California

Reviewed on February 20, 2021

RV reviewed 2006 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 26.5 view listing

5.0
I bought a new 1985 Lazy Daze 23.5 ft. Front Lounge model and used it for years across the U.S. After years living overseas, I returned to the U.S. and bought another new Lazy Daze - 2006 - same model. Only difference, the first was on a Chevrolet chassis; the second on a Ford E-450 chassis. The more powerful... read more
I bought a new 1985 Lazy Daze 23.5 ft. Front Lounge model and used it for years across the U.S. After years living overseas, I returned to the U.S. and bought another new Lazy Daze - 2006 - same model. Only difference, the first was on a Chevrolet chassis; the second on a Ford E-450 chassis. The more powerful Ford engine is a very good upgrade; always plenty of power on interstates and mountains. Now have 110,000 miles. Ford chassis is perfect - only normal service. Lazy Daze problems - head door latch broke; Lazy Daze replaced it free after ten years. Currently upgrading with new rear view mirror/monitor rear view camera; new current-tech radio; new cooking stove (same model as original); new toilet (same model); new overhead hatch (same model to replace a broken handle); all new tires with interior pressure monitors. Otherwise it has run and operated as when it was new. It has always been garaged, so it also looks like new. Very pleased with both units - especially the Ford chassis.
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Kathy Biegel

Arkansas

Reviewed on November 25, 2020

RV reviewed 2012 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze LD12RV view listing

5.0
We did extensive research on Class C Motorhomes before we bought our Lazy Daze. Their ratings were quite impressive. When we finally found our LD we were never disappointed. Every detail is well thought out and crafted. She is quiet and refined. The most challenging part is finding one for sale!... read more
We did extensive research on Class C Motorhomes before we bought our Lazy Daze. Their ratings were quite impressive. When we finally found our LD we were never disappointed. Every detail is well thought out and crafted. She is quiet and refined. The most challenging part is finding one for sale!
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5.0
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Jim Butler

Texas

Reviewed on October 30, 2020

RV reviewed 2009 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze Mid-Bath view listing

4.6
My Lazy Daze has been rock solid. I’m the second owner and in 6 years there haven’t been any problems except minor wear out issues like a toilet seal. The RV is well insulated and quiet. All the furniture is screwed and glued to the house frame and as a result, nothing rattles or falls off. We... read more
My Lazy Daze has been rock solid. I’m the second owner and in 6 years there haven’t been any problems except minor wear out issues like a toilet seal. The RV is well insulated and quiet. All the furniture is screwed and glued to the house frame and as a result, nothing rattles or falls off. We’re very pleased with our RV and would buy another without any doubts.
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5.0
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5.0
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James D Crooks

Arkansas

Reviewed on October 11, 2019

RV reviewed 2004 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze Island Bed view listing

5.0
Best I have owned. Have been RVing since 1965. Owned pop ups, small trailers, Claas A, B, and C. My dad had an early 1950 Airstream, and Fleetwood Fifth wheel. I like my Class C Lazy Daze the best. Easiest handling in all my experience. Handles in high wind best of all I have experienced. One of my Class C&rs... read more
Best I have owned. Have been RVing since 1965. Owned pop ups, small trailers, Claas A, B, and C. My dad had an early 1950 Airstream, and Fleetwood Fifth wheel. I like my Class C Lazy Daze the best. Easiest handling in all my experience. Handles in high wind best of all I have experienced. One of my Class C’s would not handle wind. Was scary. I have driven in forty mile to hour winds with this unit without having to fight it. Handled the Al-Can highway towing my forty five hundred pound Jeep with aplomb. Built to last. The bed is comfortable. Has lots of storage inside and outside. Nice closets on each side of the bed. Lovely kitchen. Powerful microwave, gas burners, and gas oven. Powerful generator for folks wanting to live of the grid. Wonderful factory help. Can talk to a person, and get parts promptly when needed. Factory has been making this model for fifty years. They have it right.
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5.0
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5.0
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Les Jacobson

California

Reviewed on July 31, 2016

RV reviewed 1988 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 22RL view listing

3.2
I bought this Motorhome new from the mfgr. I have added an after market 14ft. awning, HWH hydraulic Levelers, Gear Venders gear splitter with overdrive, and it is capable of towing our 1995 Saturn. We have many enjoyable hours parked at the beach and in KOA campgrounds, as well as making trips across this bea... read more
I bought this Motorhome new from the mfgr. I have added an after market 14ft. awning, HWH hydraulic Levelers, Gear Venders gear splitter with overdrive, and it is capable of towing our 1995 Saturn. We have many enjoyable hours parked at the beach and in KOA campgrounds, as well as making trips across this beautiful country. We also have spent our share of time in our national parks.
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5.0
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5.0
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1.0
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steve

California

Reviewed on November 17, 2015

RV reviewed 2013 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 26 view listing

4.0
I inherited my dads lazy daze after he died...I drove it while he was retired and decided to buy a new 2011 model. Ordered it at the factory in Montclair Calif...and visited it several times while it was being built. If u are interested in buying a superb class c motor home that is built by the folks at t... read more
I inherited my dads lazy daze after he died...I drove it while he was retired and decided to buy a new 2011 model. Ordered it at the factory in Montclair Calif...and visited it several times while it was being built. If u are interested in buying a superb class c motor home that is built by the folks at the lazy daze factory by the company that have built class c motorhomes for 50 plus years. You will start by visiting the factory...and with the help of the craftsmen that build them...u select your choice of fabrics and colors. That's a lot of fun! Then the hard part...waiting till it's built! Then you go do a final walk thru at the Pomona California factory while a guy shows you all the features and u drive it with him going for a ride with you. Then u begin your experience rving with your new Lazy Daze! True great quality and terrific craftsmanship!
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Sylvia Hatcher

Indiana

Reviewed on June 18, 2015

RV reviewed 1996 Lazy Daze Lazy Daze 30IB view listing

3.8
We purchased after doing much research and LOVE it. Lived in it for 6 years and traveled around the county. Put about 140,000 miles on it. Well thought out and has some nice little touches. Especially love the tinted windows for the openness as well as the fact that if your in to wildlife watching you can s... read more
We purchased after doing much research and LOVE it. Lived in it for 6 years and traveled around the county. Put about 140,000 miles on it. Well thought out and has some nice little touches. Especially love the tinted windows for the openness as well as the fact that if your in to wildlife watching you can see out but they can't see in during the day.
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4.0
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