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Clarence mudd

Virginia, USA

Reviewed on July 20, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Cruiser RV Stryker 3212 view listing

1.8
Overall we loved it at first but then the problems started. First we had two blowouts. First one there was no damage . Second one destroyed wheel wells and side of camper . Took to a tire shop and they referred to the manufacturer installed tires as China bombs . Just overall cheap tires. Replaced...read more
Overall we loved it at first but then the problems started. First we had two blowouts. First one there was no damage . Second one destroyed wheel wells and side of camper . Took to a tire shop and they referred to the manufacturer installed tires as China bombs . Just overall cheap tires. Replaced with 4 new better quality tires and no problem since. Second problem was doors kept coming off tracks . Next we went to install solar display in area where they put sticker only to find once we cut wall open they had installed pvc vent in same area. We also have had several problems with the awnings working when they want . Last major problem is soft spots in living room and master bedroom making it not being able to use. Will have to tear everything out to make repairs. Camper is not worth the money.
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Jonathan Jackson

Colorado, USA

Reviewed on July 19, 2024

RV reviewed 2016 Starcraft Launch Extreme view listing

5.0
My family and I have loved each of our experiences with this camper. That being said, we're sad to let it go. We're only selling it because of our middle child's demanding baseball schedule and lack of use over the last few years. As a family of five, we found the floorplan accommodating,...read more
My family and I have loved each of our experiences with this camper. That being said, we're sad to let it go. We're only selling it because of our middle child's demanding baseball schedule and lack of use over the last few years. As a family of five, we found the floorplan accommodating, spacious and comfortable. The only challenge we found concerning livability was the sleeping area mattresses. However, we were able to overcome that issue with the purchase of 4" foam mattress toppers. Now the unit is just as comfortable as our beds at home. With the majority of our camping trips being between 2-4 days, we were pleasantly surprised at the livability of this camper... Especially regarding the usage of water and power. In that regard, propane was never an issue, even when heating the camper in the colder destination. That being said, it’s always a good idea to bring an extra tank or two if you can. Overall, the camper is extremely light, especially considering all of the creature comforts it's outfitted with. That coupled with purchasing a trailer hitch that included anti-sway stabilizing (sway bars), I can honestly say we never encountered any issues pulling this camper, even on the most challenging roads under the most challenging conditions. With the extra five inches of ground clearance included in the "Extreme" model, we found there was almost no terrain we couldn't access!
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Ken Evans

Virginia, USA

Reviewed on July 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Airstream Globetrotter 25 FB Queen view listing

5.0
At this trim level there are few added options. We did add the Air Hub connector along with Lithium Batteries, charging controller and 300 W rigid solar panels. We retro fit several locks to improve security and added snap pads to the stabilizers. Ready to hit the road tomorrow! Towing with a...read more
At this trim level there are few added options. We did add the Air Hub connector along with Lithium Batteries, charging controller and 300 W rigid solar panels. We retro fit several locks to improve security and added snap pads to the stabilizers. Ready to hit the road tomorrow! Towing with a standard pick up with tow package and no problems.
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Manoranjan

Alaska, USA

Reviewed on July 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Grand Design Reflection 313RLTS view listing

5.0
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Manoranjan

Arkansas, USA

Reviewed on July 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Grand Design Reflection 313RLTS view listing

4.0
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Melissa

North Carolina, USA

Reviewed on July 16, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Riverside RV Retro 189R view listing

1.4
Worst camper ever! No where to sit except the dinette, uncomfortable. Bathroom sink is in the main area near the kitchen. Who wants to get ready essentially the kitchen? AC runs non stop, cannot hear the TV. The TV is as soon as you walk in the door, odd placement. And finally, our camper had...read more
Worst camper ever! No where to sit except the dinette, uncomfortable. Bathroom sink is in the main area near the kitchen. Who wants to get ready essentially the kitchen? AC runs non stop, cannot hear the TV. The TV is as soon as you walk in the door, odd placement. And finally, our camper had a soft floor. Tracing the leal, it led to the exterior electrical box, it was not sealed. Water ran off the drip at the top, into the unsealed (oversized) hole under the cabinet and ran under the threshold. Taking the drawer out revealed the oversized hole, extremely large hole and the trash left from construction. Don't fall for the quality control, it is not there. Customer service is almost non existent.
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Tannis Sink

Oregon, USA

Reviewed on July 15, 2024

RV reviewed 2008 Bigfoot 2500 series 25B25RQ view listing

5.0
RV Bigfoot is a Canadian company that builds fiberglass-shelled travel trailers and pickup campers. They are particularly well insulated and are four-season campers It is 110” wide which gives it some advantages in terms of interior space. It has a 6’ 4” interior ceiling height but only a...read more
RV Bigfoot is a Canadian company that builds fiberglass-shelled travel trailers and pickup campers. They are particularly well insulated and are four-season campers It is 110” wide which gives it some advantages in terms of interior space. It has a 6’ 4” interior ceiling height but only a 8’ 4” exterior height, excluding the air conditioner. That additional width means that they still feel spacious even without a slide room, which also means no issues with slide mechanisms. Along the ceilings is a marine-grade woven fabric that sort of looks like carpeting but is washable and helps with both sound and thermal insulation. The walls, too, are a washable material being a soft vinyl. Cabinets and other wooden structures are solid wood with a choice of two wood finishes, a traditional birch finish or a slightly darker “Driftwood” finish. Insulation continues to the thermal-pane windows that have day/night shades on them. Outside you can get a large storage compartment on the front tongue for the various hoses and other goodies we need as campers. The compartments have an access hatch on either side with a light inside. Further front there is another compartment that houses the two 30 pound propane bottles. Bigfoot trailers are composed of two large fiberglass “tubs” which are joined down the middle and fused together. Each of these tubs is made of 1/8” thick fiberglass and then an inch and a half of insulation resides between the inner and outer shell. This is both relatively light weight and also strong with the added benefit of providing good thermal and sound insulation. The additional width of this trailer does offer a more spacious feel but that is just the start with there being a windshield and then windows on either side of the dinette, which occupies the front of this model. Of course that dinette table folds down to become a bed but there’s also an additional seat toward the rear of the trailer that’s part of the dinette so there’s almost a day bed even before you get to folding the table. Across from the entrance is the refrigerator which is the traditional propane-electric gas absorption model. On the camp side is the rest of the galley which features a three-burner stove and 22” oven with a round stainless steel sink down the line toward the rear of the galley. Cabinets occupy the space above the dinette and also above the sink and stove. Overhead is a standard high-performance fan but you can also get one of these over the bed. Down the camp side there’s a closet which sits opposite the bathroom. One of the nicer things about the walk-in shower is that there’s a step/seat in the shower. The 60” x 74” RV queen bed sits “east west” but, owing to the width of this trailer, it is a walk-around queen. On either side of the bed are hanging closets and there are tables below those with more cabinets across the top. Once again windows are the word of the day with there being a large rear window and one on either side of the camper. Factor in that high-performance fan and it becomes apparent why the air conditioner is an option on Bigfoot trailers. In the bedroom Bigfoot has a carpet that sits around the bed which can be lifted out and removed. That’s pretty slick as you get to walk on carpeting but you can remove it for cleaning. Or just because. Maybe National Carpet Removal day or something. See this content Owners I’ve talked to people rave about the buying experience. While the trailers are sold through dealers owner, Grant, has been mentioned in numerous places where you can really customize the trailers to your liking. I saw models that have three high-performance fans, solar and other changes. You can also get this model is also prepped for a generator which is unusual in a trailer of this size. If you do choose a generator it will be an Onan 2.5 propane-fueled model. There’s also a luggage rack on the roof, which you don’t see much. Bigfoot is not unlike the rest of the RV industry where there is a long waiting list of RVs but the company also states that some dealers have a standing order for a specific number of models so that might be the way to get one. The good thing is that the company will still work with you if you’re able to get in this way. It’s unusual to find a company in the RV space where there are this many really positive comments in the various social places I troll so that speaks well of Bigfoot RV. With these kind of credentials no wonder the waiting list is so long.
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William Compton

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on July 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2024 Jayco Jay flight Slx 183rbg-g view listing

5.0
It only weights in at 3300 lbs well within my Honda Ridgeline capability . I installed a blue tooth backup camera and an electric jack to make life easier.I also installed dual batteries that work with 200 watt solar system.The 12 volt refrigerator saves on using propane. There is also an AM, FM...read more
It only weights in at 3300 lbs well within my Honda Ridgeline capability . I installed a blue tooth backup camera and an electric jack to make life easier.I also installed dual batteries that work with 200 watt solar system.The 12 volt refrigerator saves on using propane. There is also an AM, FM radio installed that has blue tooth capability for listening to music you have downloaded to your phone.
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5.0
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Tim Hoover

Pennsylvania, USA

Reviewed on July 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Jayco Eagle HT 284BHOK view listing

3.0
The support from our dealer is horrible it would always take 9 months to get warranty work done and would never be completed correctly also was told from dealer that it was constructed of marine grade plywood the store compartment rotted out in less then 4 year and was the cheapest osb that you can...read more
The support from our dealer is horrible it would always take 9 months to get warranty work done and would never be completed correctly also was told from dealer that it was constructed of marine grade plywood the store compartment rotted out in less then 4 year and was the cheapest osb that you can buy I feel that I was lied to from salesman and jayco don’t think I’ll ever own another jayco the design of the compartment is horrible and can’t keep mice out of camper due to the design flaws of the front fiberglass cab
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Robert W Haas

Florida, USA

Reviewed on July 14, 2024

RV reviewed 2020 Prime Time Avenger ATI 26BK view listing

1.6
My rv leaked from day one I took it back to my dealer they said they fixed it. 1yr 3months later the entire front end rotted away it cost 7k to fix out of my pocket as my insurance company said it was a manufacturing defect the manufacturer said that the warranty was over so do not buy this product...read more
My rv leaked from day one I took it back to my dealer they said they fixed it. 1yr 3months later the entire front end rotted away it cost 7k to fix out of my pocket as my insurance company said it was a manufacturing defect the manufacturer said that the warranty was over so do not buy this product they don't care about their customers
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