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4.3 (3 reviews)
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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1.7

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Carolyn Hogan

Kansas

Reviewed on November 23, 2021

RV reviewed 1917 Roadtrek Adventurous CS Eco view listing

5.0
We had a great travel experience with this RV. We are only selling her because of my husband's ill health. We travelled coast to coast over about 30 months, part time. She is a tiny home on wheels with many of the amenities of our stick home. We camped in campgrounds and a lot of boondocking. She is fully... read more
We had a great travel experience with this RV. We are only selling her because of my husband's ill health. We travelled coast to coast over about 30 months, part time. She is a tiny home on wheels with many of the amenities of our stick home. We camped in campgrounds and a lot of boondocking. She is fully boondocking ready. She gets 17 to 18 MPG so is very economical if driven reasonably. She fits into regular parking spaces so we could take her anywhere without problems and fits into campgrounds with shorter campsites. We have even camped in tent camping areas because she is like parking a car. Love, love her.
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Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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David keller

Vermont

Reviewed on August 24, 2016

RV reviewed 2008 Roadtrek Adventurous RS view listing

4.0
The RS Adventurous is perfect for two people to travel in. It is easy to drive and easy to park. It negotiates narrow streets easily. The fact that it gets 22 miles per gallon of diesel fuel is nice. We have towed a U-Haul trailer with ease. Camping in National Parks and National Forests without hookups is ea... read more
The RS Adventurous is perfect for two people to travel in. It is easy to drive and easy to park. It negotiates narrow streets easily. The fact that it gets 22 miles per gallon of diesel fuel is nice. We have towed a U-Haul trailer with ease. Camping in National Parks and National Forests without hookups is easy as long as you have propane and water. It is comfortable to sleep in and to live in on bad days. It is very livable
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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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bert elliott

Georgia

Reviewed on October 16, 2015

RV reviewed 2011 Roadtrek Adventurous RS view listing

4.0
My first RV. Perfect for a single person, or a very in love couple. First of all it's on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis, and I couldn't be more impressed with the smoothness and power, and 18 - 19 mpg isn't bad either. Great sleeping, kitchen ample for the size, very livable.... read more
My first RV. Perfect for a single person, or a very in love couple. First of all it's on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis, and I couldn't be more impressed with the smoothness and power, and 18 - 19 mpg isn't bad either. Great sleeping, kitchen ample for the size, very livable.
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5.0
Driving/towing
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