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Wayne Dodd

Georgia, USA

Reviewed on May 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Tiffin Allegro Bus 40IP view listing

5.0
We have loved everything about this Bus from the onset. We have had no major problems. Everything works great. We are selling due to health reasons. I just had Fowler in Red Bay paint correction and ceramic the Bus with awesome results. The unit has always had an annual maintenance at Appalachian Foothills. ... read more
We have loved everything about this Bus from the onset. We have had no major problems. Everything works great. We are selling due to health reasons. I just had Fowler in Red Bay paint correction and ceramic the Bus with awesome results. The unit has always had an annual maintenance at Appalachian Foothills. . I have gone overboard in maintenance. I just had all tanks cleaned by Bobby in RedBay. I have always kept the tires covered and on mats. 3 details a year along with plenty of interim cleaning and wax. Unit has been located outside of trips at Talona Ridge RV Resort in Ellijay Ga, so it had be clean! Just had Nick install the outside tv swivel mount in Red Bay and Fowler do the outside keypad cover. Genny has 350 hours. Unit’s mileage is 9,654. Safe-T-Plus and MCU’s have been installed. Exhaust fan covers were installed on all 3 fans. Unit has 3 solar cells.
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Ralph Krueger

New York, USA

Reviewed on May 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2006 Thor Coach / Four Winds Hurricane 31H view listing

4.0
Physically, this motorhome is a handsome looking unit, sides, front and back. Stylish modern graphics. It has good road manners, powerful and quiet. Quality inside, fit and finish is fine, not industrial strength to handle hard rough use. Electrical systems and plumbing continue to work as they should. ... read more
Physically, this motorhome is a handsome looking unit, sides, front and back. Stylish modern graphics. It has good road manners, powerful and quiet. Quality inside, fit and finish is fine, not industrial strength to handle hard rough use. Electrical systems and plumbing continue to work as they should. The overall body is tight on rough roads, no rattles, creaks, squeaks. Well pleased with this unit. The negative issue I have had was the wimpy uncomfortable stock mattress, (changed that right quick) and the Ford Triton V10 engine exhaust manifold gasket leak. A snotty job to replace them, but not enough to give up ownership to another brand.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
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4.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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3.0
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MARK caldwell

Washington, USA

Reviewed on May 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Dutchmen Kodiak 296BHSL view listing

2.2
At first I was sold on the trailer. It seemed nice, cleanly designed, and nicely appointed. Unfortunately I was sold on the swing away fireplace and flat-screen television console and didn't even put any thought into what anyone would really need. Like storage. None of the storage offered holds anything ... read more
At first I was sold on the trailer. It seemed nice, cleanly designed, and nicely appointed. Unfortunately I was sold on the swing away fireplace and flat-screen television console and didn't even put any thought into what anyone would really need. Like storage. None of the storage offered holds anything that you need to enjoy the great outdoors. There are two outside compartments, one is filled with a useless mini fridge and the other is just big enough to hold the necessities needed to actually use the camper. And maybe an extension chord or two. The closets front and back hold enough clothing essentials for a 3 or 4 day trip. The craftsmanship absolutely makes this trailer a rip-off. 0ver 50k and my 65lb year old niece broke the lower back bunk bed, the table is bowed and thin and itlowered into the banquette supposedly is supposed to double as a bed comfortable for two adults. I wouldn't put a 40lb child on it... the table would break. The master is supposed to have a queen bed, but it really has a thin pad and a sharp edged piece of chip board that you have to squeeze around to get into. The walk through bath is dark and useless. The toilet is right inside, practically blocking the way to the master.. and the glass shower door, even when it's locked open for travel will slam shut and shatter..which one panel of mine did. And lastly the kitchen. It's probably the most disappointing part of the trailer... there just isn't one. There is 4.5 total square feet of usable counter and its the orner where it's totally useless. Molding has popped off the corners in the master, the bath, the living room and both sides of the slider the molding is popping off. One more thing.. the "satelite" that is supposed to give you free basic/local channels gives you absolutely nothing. The TV doesn't even recognize it. Unless you buy a subscription... it does nothing. And the magnificent secret pantry... cheap shelves bow downward, the front trim has broken off one shelf and the fireplace... all it does is blow the breaker. This brand is a disappointment
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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2.0
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Lori Barnett

Louisiana, USA

Reviewed on May 27, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Keystone Montana High Country 373RD view listing

5.0
We love the floor plan, size, storage, and amenities. The rear living area with double slide-outs makes if feel very spacious. We like the double sinks in the bathroom. We also like full-size refrigerator. The slide-out storage tray makes it convenient to store and retrieve items. It has a solar panel on top ... read more
We love the floor plan, size, storage, and amenities. The rear living area with double slide-outs makes if feel very spacious. We like the double sinks in the bathroom. We also like full-size refrigerator. The slide-out storage tray makes it convenient to store and retrieve items. It has a solar panel on top of the RV. The RV is well insulated.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Hanson

Iowa, USA

Reviewed on May 26, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Forest River Wildwood 22eras view listing

3.2
We had multiple issues including a kinked water line, door's not latching, broken AC vent. Curtain rods hung too far out so hanger stuck out of the closets. On our second trip our refrigerator came loose and popped out at the bottom, staples seemed to be the only thing holding it in place. And that is not eve... read more
We had multiple issues including a kinked water line, door's not latching, broken AC vent. Curtain rods hung too far out so hanger stuck out of the closets. On our second trip our refrigerator came loose and popped out at the bottom, staples seemed to be the only thing holding it in place. And that is not everything. Purchased in January, warranty ended after our first trip.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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1.0
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Jim schulrz

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on May 26, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Keystone Arcadia 3660RL view listing

1.6
Biggest mistake of my life. Workmanship was the poorest I have ever see. Should fire all that worked on it along with supervision and quality control. All should be ashamed to let that workmanship out the door. Corporate disgrace!! will surely show and pass this garbage to anyone that is considering jeystone... read more
Biggest mistake of my life. Workmanship was the poorest I have ever see. Should fire all that worked on it along with supervision and quality control. All should be ashamed to let that workmanship out the door. Corporate disgrace!! will surely show and pass this garbage to anyone that is considering jeystone
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
2.0
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Mike Johnson

California, USA

Reviewed on May 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 thor motor coach ACE 32.1 view listing

5.0
This Thor 2019 in built much better than prior year models. My ACE is the 32.1 floorplan with 2 full bathrooms. So it is only 33 feet long but it has 2 Full Showers inside, plus a 3rd shower outside, 2 porcelain Toilets, 3 sinks, Dual black and Dual Grey tanks, The larger 10 gallon water heater, A King Bed wi... read more
This Thor 2019 in built much better than prior year models. My ACE is the 32.1 floorplan with 2 full bathrooms. So it is only 33 feet long but it has 2 Full Showers inside, plus a 3rd shower outside, 2 porcelain Toilets, 3 sinks, Dual black and Dual Grey tanks, The larger 10 gallon water heater, A King Bed with 2 massive slideouts so it opens up huge inside with both opposed slides open. I drive about 10k miles per year in RV and in different ones. Things really good about this 32.1 are the Sturdy 20500 pound rated chassis, The 8000 pound tow hitch, and the quiet Generator 5500 watt. The issues to watch out for are Keep all the windows closed when stored or you may get damage to the upholstery. Drain the water system and winterize before storage if it freezing temp are expected to prevent damage to water equipment that could freeze during winter storage. and Last Inspect the roof every year to make sure the roof vents and LAP sealants are secure so that no water gets in. Also Check the Tire pressure each month that you use the rv AND set the pressure to what it says on the inside label next to the drivers seat. Don't forget this and the cover the tires during storage and the tires might last up to 15 years.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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Travis Donily

Missouri, USA

Reviewed on May 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Forest River Cherokee Campsite Reserve 23LM view listing

2.2
This bunkhouse model is surprisingly livable for my wife, myself, and our dog. He has mad himself at home in the lower bunk. But the fit and finish of this unit leave a lot to be desired. Their audio system is supposed to be able to differentiate inside versus outside, but that does not work. The mattress qu... read more
This bunkhouse model is surprisingly livable for my wife, myself, and our dog. He has mad himself at home in the lower bunk. But the fit and finish of this unit leave a lot to be desired. Their audio system is supposed to be able to differentiate inside versus outside, but that does not work. The mattress quit after a week, and being a non-standard size, was difficult to replace (short-king 65”x72”). The drawers in the kitchen have pulled from their slides. Their Summit TV is not a smart TV, and is incompatible with some streaming applications if you happen to use an iPhone. You have to be certain to use a regulator with enough volume, or your showers with the tankless water heater will go cold often! And we’ve had intermittent alarm codes given from the water heater from shortly sherry seeing it up. Sooner of this may be due to it being new, but that seems odd. The deadbolt on the entry door is broken and needs replaced. And then there was manufacturing debris all over the unit. Metal shavings, saw dust, staples, and even the material from a hole saw. None of which were caught by the manufacturer or Camping World. Outside of these stresses, it has been a positive experience. I just don’t think I’ll go with Forest River going forward.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
3.0
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1.0
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Bob Eugene Crowley

Colorado, USA

Reviewed on May 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2012 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 34TGA view listing

4.8
This 2012 Tiffin Open Road TGA34 is my 2nd Tiffin coach. I have owned it for 5 years without any issues with engine, transmission, slides or jacks. Upgrade mid coach TV to 40" smart TV. My wife and I snowbird for 3 months every winter and find the floor plan and amenities perfect for us. Great plan as ... read more
This 2012 Tiffin Open Road TGA34 is my 2nd Tiffin coach. I have owned it for 5 years without any issues with engine, transmission, slides or jacks. Upgrade mid coach TV to 40" smart TV. My wife and I snowbird for 3 months every winter and find the floor plan and amenities perfect for us. Great plan as they say 6 for cocktails, 4 for dinner, 2 for the night although grandkids have spent many nights on air coil pull out sofa. We enjoy our hot spot for internet connection to view our favorite apps Netflix ect. Bath arrangement for getting dressed to go out is perfect with each of us having our own separate sink and mirror medicine cabins. The bed is a queen that is longer than most RV queen mattresses. Day and night shades provide privacy and the windshield electric shades feature is really convenient. The maintenance annual cost has been surprisingly low. Could not have bought a 5 year old unit as good as this one has been. I did not add any upgrades to chassis like kona shocks or T-safe and we drive southern Colorado through NM in strong wind and winter weather and never felt the need to change the factory set up. It may have made some improvements but the factory set up worked well.. If it wasn't for my deteriorating health I would Keep this coach until we are both are worn out.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
4.0
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Dan Kohlhagen

South Carolina, USA

Reviewed on May 24, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Heartland Landmark 365 Oshkosh view listing

4.4
Overall a very solid unit. Very livable floor plan with an extra large bedroom. Many upgrades come standard. Full body paint looks great after six and a half years. I just wish I had put on slide toppers. Owners need to learn the proper operation of the Schwintek in wall slide system.... read more
Overall a very solid unit. Very livable floor plan with an extra large bedroom. Many upgrades come standard. Full body paint looks great after six and a half years. I just wish I had put on slide toppers. Owners need to learn the proper operation of the Schwintek in wall slide system.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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4.0
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