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David Currie

British Columbia, Canada

Reviewed on February 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Jayco SLX 183RB Jay Flight view listing

3.2
Purchase my Jayco from Traveland Leisure Vehicles in Langley British Columbia Canada. This was my first time purchasing an RV. Recognised it was a lower end RV but didn't expect how poor a unit it is. Layout is fine for wife and I, or even with my grandkids. First issue we had after two 3 day weekend uses, w... read more
Purchase my Jayco from Traveland Leisure Vehicles in Langley British Columbia Canada. This was my first time purchasing an RV. Recognised it was a lower end RV but didn't expect how poor a unit it is. Layout is fine for wife and I, or even with my grandkids. First issue we had after two 3 day weekend uses, was that the mattress fell apart. Completely burst open in multiple areas. Traveland did get me a new mattress and offered a brand new mattress topper. The finishing and quirkiness of the Jayco is awful. Shelving held up with one screw, and not level. Screws holding retractable screens on windows falling out as only threaded through 1/8" plywood. No 'stud' behind the flat surface. I have left the worst to last. The electrical is so temperamental. Five of the six flush ceiling lights do not work when slider is out!! All work fine when closed. One window in particular does not lock properly, I easily made my way into the RV when I accidently locked myself out!. Would never buy a Jayco again.
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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2.0
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David

Virginia, USA

Reviewed on February 27, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Liberty Outdoors Little Guy Mini Max view listing

5.0
The LGMM has been a great little camper for our road trip last summer we stayed at a bunch of different camp grounds and the LGMM was easy to haul around to every one of them it was light and spacious for 2 people we had no problem traveling all over the north-eastern U.S.... read more
The LGMM has been a great little camper for our road trip last summer we stayed at a bunch of different camp grounds and the LGMM was easy to haul around to every one of them it was light and spacious for 2 people we had no problem traveling all over the north-eastern U.S.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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TMARRS

Virginia, USA

Reviewed on February 26, 2024

RV reviewed 2017 Keystone Premier 30RIPR view listing

4.2
I'm the second owner of this RV. My wife and I love the layout of this trailer. It has loads of storage. Between the corner cabinet and the kitchen panty you have plenty of space for all of your kitchen needs. The most convenient thing I've found is the outdoor kitchen with a pass-thru to the living area. S... read more
I'm the second owner of this RV. My wife and I love the layout of this trailer. It has loads of storage. Between the corner cabinet and the kitchen panty you have plenty of space for all of your kitchen needs. The most convenient thing I've found is the outdoor kitchen with a pass-thru to the living area. Since owning the camper we've been up and down the east coast and never had any problems with the camper towing. Everything on the unit is in great shape and works well. The next owner of this camper will have no problem with any system on board.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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3.0
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Gordon Rogers

California, USA

Reviewed on February 26, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Forest River Vibe VBT27FK view listing

2.6
Our Forest River Vibe model is actually a VBT27FK-OR bit that choice was not available on this site. Our dealer declared bankruptcy soon after we purchased the unit. The next closest dealer is two hours away. Parts are not available through Forest River at all. On our first trip, we had a part break. We fi... read more
Our Forest River Vibe model is actually a VBT27FK-OR bit that choice was not available on this site. Our dealer declared bankruptcy soon after we purchased the unit. The next closest dealer is two hours away. Parts are not available through Forest River at all. On our first trip, we had a part break. We filed a warranty claim and were told the parts were on order. Now, nearly two years later we do not have the parts. We have noticed several quality defects since then. Our sliding door fell from the ceiling. The screws holding it up are secured to 1/8” ceiling panels. I would not recommend Forest River for your next purchase.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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1.0
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Tara S

Florida, USA

Reviewed on February 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Forest River Salem 26DBUD view listing

3.2
If I could leave 1/2 a star I would. This camper is just like a stereotypical trophy wife in the movies. Pretty, but doesn't work. In 2022, we purchased a brand new Salem 26DBUD, that was delivered to our home. It has been nothing but problems from day 1. If the service department completed the "mandator... read more
If I could leave 1/2 a star I would. This camper is just like a stereotypical trophy wife in the movies. Pretty, but doesn't work. In 2022, we purchased a brand new Salem 26DBUD, that was delivered to our home. It has been nothing but problems from day 1. If the service department completed the "mandatory" 8 hour walk through, prior to delivery, they would've seen broken latches, blinds not installed, wood cracked, wall wasn't attached to frame, slide out leaked, and the water tank hooked up wrong. We had to turn it in for repairs, before it was even used! Since then, something has broken every time we used it. Indoor and outdoor kitchen fridge's didn't cool, master bed support beam snapped, underbelly tore off, kitchen sink collapsed, main door won't lock, trim/molding separating, slide out roof leaked, shore power inlet caught on FIRE TWICE while on vacation, developed hot foot, which shocked my dog every time he touched the steps. Poor guy is scared of the camper now and won't enter or exit. We had to carry him in and out, and he's 70+ lbs. All of the issues we've had are manufacturer defects due to poor workmanship and while most were covered under the initial warranty, it shouldn't be happening to a brand new camper! This is a complete lemon, and not worth the hassle to use! It's in the shop more than we've used it! We've spent a lot of money on something that falls apart every time we take it out of our yard! We even had to find a new dealer to complete the repairs, as our nearest one doesn't get paid in full from Forest River, and they refuse to work on them anymore. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone! Do not waste your money!
Livability
2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
2.0
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Chelsea

Missouri, USA

Reviewed on February 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Forest River Salem 29VBUD view listing

1.0
Run! Do not buy this brand at all! We loved the floor plan which is why we bought it to begin with but had I read reviews I would have ran. We spent $40,000 on a brand new camper that we have had 0 successful trips in where something wasn’t Broken. To start, NONE of the electric worked. The pocket doo... read more
Run! Do not buy this brand at all! We loved the floor plan which is why we bought it to begin with but had I read reviews I would have ran. We spent $40,000 on a brand new camper that we have had 0 successful trips in where something wasn’t Broken. To start, NONE of the electric worked. The pocket door has fallen off 6 times, thankfully my husband is a custom home builder and could fix it. The shower leaked all over the bathroom floor our very first time using it. Again he fixed that. The belly pans to make the camper a “ 4 seasons camper” all flew off on the highway putting us at risk to cause an accident. We winterized our camper for the first time, and a month later we went inside only to find the faucet sink was completely broken in half! ( HOW DOES THAT EVEN HAPPEN?!) the master bedroom crossmember boards for the bed completely broke in half the very first time even laying on the bed, ( I am 120 lbs and my husband is 160 lbs so that should have not happened at all. So on top of the 40,000 we have spent we have spent a ton of time and more money fixing the thing that we can’t even enjoy. It’s a piece a junk. Do not buy this camper. Find another brand that hopefully is put together better than this.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
1.0
Driving/towing
1.0
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1.0
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Tom Deedon

Oregon, USA

Reviewed on February 25, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Heartland Sundance 262 view listing

2.2
It’s a brand new Rv trailer from bishs rv, I got it home and did a more thorough inspection, several issues, cook top metal railing is bent like it had been dropped before installing, I put a porcelain toilet in it, had several striped holes in the floor with no screws to hold the toilet securely to the... read more
It’s a brand new Rv trailer from bishs rv, I got it home and did a more thorough inspection, several issues, cook top metal railing is bent like it had been dropped before installing, I put a porcelain toilet in it, had several striped holes in the floor with no screws to hold the toilet securely to the floor, windows that are misaligned and won’t latch. Misaligned fridge door, for being brand new they have zero quality control at dealership and heartland.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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Rick Martin

Wisconsin, USA

Reviewed on February 23, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Grand Design Imagine 2970RL view listing

4.6
We purchased this in August of 2022,absolutely love it except for the very inadequate schwintek slide system. Nothing but ongoing issues after about 3 months. Setember 2023 we finally decided to bite the bullet and replaced it with the much better designed Vroom system. Now enjoying our TT with no more worr... read more
We purchased this in August of 2022,absolutely love it except for the very inadequate schwintek slide system. Nothing but ongoing issues after about 3 months. Setember 2023 we finally decided to bite the bullet and replaced it with the much better designed Vroom system. Now enjoying our TT with no more worries about if the slide will extend and retract.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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5.0
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david davis

West, USA

Reviewed on February 22, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Salem Hemisphere 22RKHS view listing

1.6
MAJOR DESIGN FLAW! this model camper has a major design flaw in the entry door /steps /awning location . the steps wont come down without shoving the door against the awning arm because they made it so the door frame is only a few inches away from the awning arm making it nearly impossible to get the steps... read more
MAJOR DESIGN FLAW! this model camper has a major design flaw in the entry door /steps /awning location . the steps wont come down without shoving the door against the awning arm because they made it so the door frame is only a few inches away from the awning arm making it nearly impossible to get the steps past the doorway . if the catch on the right side of the door is adjusted in far enough to clear the door then the steps just falls into the camper on the floor almost ripping the step floor plate bracket out of the floor . this has happened to me a few times and its a real pain trying to manipulate the steps back up from the floor as well as trying to get them down past door , its way worse if the awning is out and you try to raise the steps , (you cant) do it . the awning either needs the right upright moved to the right approx 2 feet or a longer awning installed so the the door will open up all the way .a person shouldnt have to fool with something like this . i cant imagine what would happen if the steps fell on a leg , arm or even worse ,a child
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
1.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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1.0
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Kevin

Missouri, USA

Reviewed on February 22, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Cruiser RV Twilight 2690 view listing

3.0
I guess I will make lemonaid... Drove from kc to Dallas to get the last one I could find new so I would not have to work on somthing that's new..the caulk they used didn't set up on the roof..some steel screws not sealed at all.one roof vent top is caulked one not. First time climbing down the Lippert base ... read more
I guess I will make lemonaid... Drove from kc to Dallas to get the last one I could find new so I would not have to work on somthing that's new..the caulk they used didn't set up on the roof..some steel screws not sealed at all.one roof vent top is caulked one not. First time climbing down the Lippert base came off as 4 -5/8 penitration screws didn't hold..2 screws had sealant for screws 2 still had paper on it so they were not sealed. The gutter spouts are really weak so add more caulk. The trim inside is terrible in spots.one cabinet door is 3/4 inch lower than the other so not only crooked the door doesn't seal when shut.the u shape dining seat trim is 1/4 short so it caught my pants. It pulled ok with3/4 ton.when I got home one chair was in the kitchen. Again 1 -5/8 screw was torn out of the floor..one small screw to hold down a recliner. I got alot of pictures .I'm a member of holiday ramblers and we will do alot of talking about Twilight.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
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4.0
Driving/towing
3.0
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2.0
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