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Jeffrey D Irwin

Delaware, USA

Reviewed on March 4, 2024

RV reviewed 2017 Pleasure-way Plateau TS view listing

4.8
Drives as well as any Mercedes, very comfortable and the interior is awesome! Everything on the vehicles worked extremely well over the past 7/8 years except one item> the 2.5 KW Onan Generator. Onan/Cummins had issues with the voltage/fuel regulator. The part can (and was) replaced; however, it's...read more
Drives as well as any Mercedes, very comfortable and the interior is awesome! Everything on the vehicles worked extremely well over the past 7/8 years except one item> the 2.5 KW Onan Generator. Onan/Cummins had issues with the voltage/fuel regulator. The part can (and was) replaced; however, it's extremely difficult to find reputable mechanics that are willing to work on these "on-board" generators, and most Cummins dealers and service centers will not work on RV's. I did find one Cummins dealer an hour away tht claimed they could fix it; however, this misdiagnosed the problem 3 times and after 4 trips there and back, as well as 7 months waiting on different parts each month....I gave up and found an independent RV dealer that fixed it within 3+ months. Bottom line: All good on this make and model but just don't count on using the generator often.
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James G Funk

California, USA

Reviewed on February 22, 2024

RV reviewed 2008 Pleasure-way Excel TS view listing

4.4
I saw an ad for the sale of the same model and year of my Plearure-way. So, I thought I would share my experience. My wife and I own and travel in our 2008 Ford Pleasure-way. It has been very wonderful to camp across the United States. I can easily park the vehicle -- it is only 20 feet long....read more
I saw an ad for the sale of the same model and year of my Plearure-way. So, I thought I would share my experience. My wife and I own and travel in our 2008 Ford Pleasure-way. It has been very wonderful to camp across the United States. I can easily park the vehicle -- it is only 20 feet long. 2008 Pleasure-way Excel TS Class B motorhome is Pleasureway's most popular model. It has a wide-body with a forward facing sofa that also makes into a 6'4' bed. The generator in our unit is loud, so we do not use it. We do not seem to need it. It has lots of cabinet storage both inside and out. The kitchen has all the essentials. It has an outdoor shower hose, but we have never used it. The gets about 14 miles per gallon -- 17 tops. I hope this information helps someone.
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Beth Gibson

Reviewed on September 18, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 Pleasure-Way Excel TS view listing

5.0
Our 2007/8 Pleasure Way Excel TS is a dream to drive. We use it daily as our primary vehicle and it is great downtown - fits in a regular parking space and has a great turning radius! I am a petite female and it is very comfortable to drive. It's also great on the highway and on mountain...read more
Our 2007/8 Pleasure Way Excel TS is a dream to drive. We use it daily as our primary vehicle and it is great downtown - fits in a regular parking space and has a great turning radius! I am a petite female and it is very comfortable to drive. It's also great on the highway and on mountain roads. The Ford Engine/chassis has been extremely reliable. It starts right up - even with 139,000 miles on it. I bought it with 82,000 miles on it from a friend I trusted who owned an RV dealership . I was concerned about the miles, even then, and he said those Ford engines could probably easily go 200,000+ miles, so I dived in. I have no regrets whatsoever. Not only is this a great-driving vehicle, it is a luxury RV. The materials, craftmanship, quality, and functionality of the space is unsurpassed. I have had 2-3 other brands and go to RV shows and look at a lot of RVs. None of them compared to Pleasureway in regard to layout, craftsmanship, quality and effective use of space.
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Maggie Tuttle

Reviewed on June 30, 2023

RV reviewed 2013 Pleasure-Way 22 Pursuit view listing

5.0
The Pleasure-Way Pursuit is a "top shelf" small coach that you can take anywhere you can park a car. I wanted the small size because of the narrow roads in the Hawaiian Islands. This filled the bill to a T. They are extremely well made, with natural maple cabinetry, electric blinds and shades,...read more
The Pleasure-Way Pursuit is a "top shelf" small coach that you can take anywhere you can park a car. I wanted the small size because of the narrow roads in the Hawaiian Islands. This filled the bill to a T. They are extremely well made, with natural maple cabinetry, electric blinds and shades, roof top opening skylights, swivel seats up front and that clever corian table that converts from a book rack behind the passenger. Corian EVERYWHERE! Oh my gosh the BATHROOM! I wasn't going to get a coach with a bathroom where my feet stuck out. Nope. When I saw the bathroom, that was a big sell for me. Another "must have" was a rear dinette/bed. I had considered the Toyota mini motorhomes, I owned a Dolphin years ago, but I didn't want the repairs that come with an RV that is so aged. (they are around 30 years old now) I love being able to have a great view from the incredible windows. We drive to the beach on rainy days, pull into a nice place to park and play cards, or games, read or listen to music. Sometimes I play my guitar. We can pop in a video if we feel like it. The awning is wonderful for the days when you want to be outside. Our camp chairs fit in the outside storage with our tiki torches. I just put a bike rack on the back, so I can peddle around Kona and do a little shopping. This is what I would call a small luxury coach, and it does not disappoint. Well done, to whomever designed such a fabulous little unit! We LOVE ours!
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Raj T Shan

California

Reviewed on July 14, 2022

RV reviewed 2018 Pleasure-Way FL Plateau view listing

5.0
Pleasure-Way has a great warranty and support. Almost every weekend in this RV is like a mini vacation in it of itself-day picnic near ocean or near mountain-just park and enjoy nature anywhere in downtown or away from cities! It’s a hobby for me to keep it mechanically and impeccably clean....read more
Pleasure-Way has a great warranty and support. Almost every weekend in this RV is like a mini vacation in it of itself-day picnic near ocean or near mountain-just park and enjoy nature anywhere in downtown or away from cities! It’s a hobby for me to keep it mechanically and impeccably clean. Never smoked in, no pets and I’ve owned it for over four years and have improved it. All the appliances still work without any problems. The craftmanship is the best, I can recommend without any hesitation.
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Alan Schork

North Carolina

Reviewed on July 14, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Pleasure Way Twin Sofa Plateau TS view listing

5.0
The 2020 Pleasure Way Plateau TS was our first RV, and it has met and, in many ways, exceeded our expectations. We love the Class B footprint for its nimbleness and the ability to park it in both tight camping spots or regular-sized parking spaces. The Mercedes Sprinter platform has proven to be...read more
The 2020 Pleasure Way Plateau TS was our first RV, and it has met and, in many ways, exceeded our expectations. We love the Class B footprint for its nimbleness and the ability to park it in both tight camping spots or regular-sized parking spaces. The Mercedes Sprinter platform has proven to be very reliable, as we have had no issues outside of regular service. The 2019 Sprinter cab upgrade provided very usable improvements, including USB-C connections, Apple Car Play, and (in our unit) a 7-inch infotainment display. Seating in the cab (thanks to Pleasure Way) is memory foam and is very comfortable over long distances, with good leg support for tall drivers (like me). Pleasure Way's buildout of the coach is top notch! Cabinetry is top quality and extra deep to hold a lot of gear. There is also plenty of storage in the rear under the sofa. That's where I keep my grill, leveling blocks, a Yeti Loadout Gear Case, the RV's power cable, tire inflater, and miscellaneous other items. The sofa/bed is one touch of a button to recline, and it is very comfortable. Lithium batteries (200 amp hours) are adequate for a few days off-grid if you are judicious with your electric use. If you drive even a little bit during the day (as we often do), then the batteries recharge quickly (or you can use the generator). There is plenty of room in the refrigerator for a week's worth of food, and the fridge "sips" propane, so a full tank will last a long time. Criticisms? The standard Winegard digital TV antenna is not very good for off-grid use (we usually download movies, etc. on an iPad in advance). Also, leveling using blocks can be challenging at times too. But I am nitpicking. All in all, this is a wonderful unit that has brought a sense of adventure into our travels. Love it!
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Maggie Tuttle

Hawaii

Reviewed on May 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2013 Pleasure-Way Pursuit 22 view listing

5.0
I wanted something smaller, yet with a full bath/shower. The bathroom is as elegant in an R.V. that I've seen for one this length. Corian shower and backsplash. Nice high end finishes. (new these were about 130K.) It has milled maple cabinetry (and LOTS of them)....with corian counter tops. ...read more
I wanted something smaller, yet with a full bath/shower. The bathroom is as elegant in an R.V. that I've seen for one this length. Corian shower and backsplash. Nice high end finishes. (new these were about 130K.) It has milled maple cabinetry (and LOTS of them)....with corian counter tops. The vinyl floor is nice, and it looks like earth toned rustic tile, so it's not a floor that makes you crazy trying to keep it clean. The front T.V. and VCR are great. Usually if you run the A/C, you can't hear the T.V. worth a hoot, but the volume with this one is incredible! I was pleasantly surprised to say the least. The cream leatherette is butter soft and in wonderfully cared for condition for a 9 year old unit. This tells me that the fabric they used is again, of a high quality for what it is. It's easy to clean, although I keep covers on the front seats to protect them. Let's see, I haven't mentioned the engine yet. It's an E-350 Ford and it does great.....doesn't feel "under powered" like some of these can be. Overall this one gets a 5 star rating, because of how elegant the feel is inside. We aim the back windows toward the views, and the seating or bed make it amazing. It's like a million dollar room with a view on wheels! The roof windows allow so much light inside, but I keep custom cloth covers over them to mute the light a bit. It's nice to be able to have the best of both worlds. Loving this elegant R.V.!
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Peter St Jean

Ohio

Reviewed on April 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Pleasure Way Plateau FL view listing

5.0
Absolutely love this vehicle!!! We bought this to have a nice vehicle to travel in and were blown away at the quality of the build out. The attention to detail is second to none, the quality of the cabinetry, the choice of appliances, the floor plan, the overall design and versatility are just...read more
Absolutely love this vehicle!!! We bought this to have a nice vehicle to travel in and were blown away at the quality of the build out. The attention to detail is second to none, the quality of the cabinetry, the choice of appliances, the floor plan, the overall design and versatility are just amazing. We own a business and run it from this vehicle as we travel. For us the front and rear work stations are what sold us. We can each have our own work station and not be in conflict with each other. The Mercedes 3500 chassis, once we upgraded the suspension, is a dream to drive. It has every bell and whistle you can think of from adaptive cruise control to lane assist, blind spot monitoring, amazingly clear back up camera, 7 speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, MBUX multimedia system with built in navigation and any other function you can think of. Pleasure Way chose the Truma Aqua-Go tankless water heater with circulating pump for continuous hot water flow, a full wet bath with toilet, sink, and shower. Stainless steel kitchen sink, very nice high arch center pull out faucet, electric induction cook top, huge galley area, compressor driven refrigerator with small freezer, microwave oven, and very nice Corian counter tops. A Truma Vario Heat furnace, air conditioner, propane generator, 200 amp hour lithium coach batteries, 3 solar panels, and a 2000 watt inverter. The coach can be plugged in to shore power, run off the solar panels, run off the propane generator, or off the 220 amp alternator from the engine. It has an out door shower, 2 out door 120 volt outlets, and an out door propane adapter for a grill. You can put out the power awning with LED lights, plug in a TV or what ever electric appliance you want to run, set up a table ang grill right outside the side door of the RV. I've camped for 4 days straight with no electric hook ups, took 2 showers, flushed toilet, washed dishes, cooked, and worked in the RV all day and never lost power, water, or propane. I've dry camped for 4 days with temps in the teens at night. Stayed nice and warm, used RV antifreeze to flush toilet, bottled water to drink and rinse dishes, ran the propane generator and used solar power for electric and never lost power or had to leave the site. Amazing!!! This is all in a class B RV!!! It's so versatile. I can park almost anywhere, we average 17.5 miles per gallon on highway, has a diesel engine that has the power to take us anywhere we want to go. The ride is smooth, way more quiet than I ever thought it would be, and my wife even loves to drive it. I can't say enough good things about the quality of this Pleasure Way build out. It's elegant but tough, comfortable, but rugged, gorgeous to look at and absolutely fun to drive. I can't believe I get to own this vehicle!!!!
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Max Selzer

California

Reviewed on March 7, 2022

RV reviewed 2009 Pleasure way Pleasure Way Sprinter 2500 Acsent-TS view listing

5.0
The Mercedes Sprinter chassis with the Turbo Diesel and the Pleasure-Way Acsent-TS cabin is a perfect RV. 19' 5" long, generator, cabin A/C, kitchen sink, 2 burner propane stove top, toilet, shower, basin, electric folding couch turns into a 70" x 72" bed, Forced air propane heater, TV and...read more
The Mercedes Sprinter chassis with the Turbo Diesel and the Pleasure-Way Acsent-TS cabin is a perfect RV. 19' 5" long, generator, cabin A/C, kitchen sink, 2 burner propane stove top, toilet, shower, basin, electric folding couch turns into a 70" x 72" bed, Forced air propane heater, TV and BlueRay player, Swiveling front seats, removable dining table, 6' 3" jnside headroom, outside 2nd shower, hot water heater, and more. The layout of the cabin is perfect. They have not changed the layout to date. 16 plus years. You can't believe how much room you have for such a short RV. The cabinets are extremely well built. The Ultra Leather seats (front and rear) don't wear and are easy to keep clean. We get 20 miles per gallon on average. Easy to drive. You can park it in most single parking spots. Self contained for camping with no hook-ups. The motor is quiet and omits little to no Diesel smell. Pleasure-Way Industries has engineers available for any questions. They have been so accommodating to deal with. This is the best RV we have owned.
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mitchael lawson jr

North Carolina

Reviewed on January 22, 2022

RV reviewed 2012 Pleasure-way Excel TS view listing

5.0
I have a problem with the battery always going dead after a month with no use. Anyone with any ideas Itis a great class b otherwise I would recommend. this motor home it is easy to drive and get into state parks...read more
I have a problem with the battery always going dead after a month with no use. Anyone with any ideas Itis a great class b otherwise I would recommend. this motor home it is easy to drive and get into state parks Thanks
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