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3.7 (49 reviews)
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3.5
Overall quality
3.4
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.2
Factory warranty
3.2

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EVELYN M JAYNES

Reviewed on July 15, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 15FK view listing

4.4
Great sturdy trailer. Went through Hurricane Ian and did not leak or have any issues!! Great for two people or one. Easy tow and easy to use. Only drawback is storage. It has limited storage and could do a bit better job creating storage. I make up for the storage by having a pickup topper on my truck. The b... read more
Great sturdy trailer. Went through Hurricane Ian and did not leak or have any issues!! Great for two people or one. Easy tow and easy to use. Only drawback is storage. It has limited storage and could do a bit better job creating storage. I make up for the storage by having a pickup topper on my truck. The bathroom is small but doable for most people. Great for off grid camping not intended to be lived in but to be used as a great camper for travel and ease of use.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Dana M

Reviewed on June 30, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 15FK view listing

3.2
Purchased the 15fk in December 2021 due to having a great price and additionally free winter storage and my Ford Escape could tow. Kept in outdoor storage until May 2023. Purchased a seasonal site for the summer. The a/c doesn't allow to get cool enough when it's hot outside. Constantly have to run it for ... read more
Purchased the 15fk in December 2021 due to having a great price and additionally free winter storage and my Ford Escape could tow. Kept in outdoor storage until May 2023. Purchased a seasonal site for the summer. The a/c doesn't allow to get cool enough when it's hot outside. Constantly have to run it for it stay cool during the day once you shut it off, it gets hot despite having a fan going and the shades closed on the windows. Insulation is shotty. Also, I couldn't get the back board on the dinette to fully lay flat. I tried to take the brackets off, but the screws are stripped. I'm ready give up on it and buy another trailer. DO NOT BUY.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
4.0
Factory warranty/support
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Brian Munday

Reviewed on May 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Sunset Park RV Sunray 109 view listing

3.8
I am very happy with the trailer. The support however, it Non existent. Buy from a dealer, and if you don't want their aftermarket support, you should be fine. I wanted the awning, and the shower enclosure, but after 5 emails there is no response.... read more
I am very happy with the trailer. The support however, it Non existent. Buy from a dealer, and if you don't want their aftermarket support, you should be fine. I wanted the awning, and the shower enclosure, but after 5 emails there is no response.
Livability
4.0
Overall quality
4.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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David Lowe

Reviewed on March 29, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Nucamp ? Tab 400 Boondock Lite view listing

5.0
Viewing a number of trailers prior to purchase I found Nucamp's Tab 400 Boondock Lite (2019) light years ahead in quality to those viewed. Attention to detail, quality cabinetry (dovetail high-quality wood, no frigg'en particleboard), lighting, solar, towability, Alde system, layout, etc, etc, etc.... Quic... read more
Viewing a number of trailers prior to purchase I found Nucamp's Tab 400 Boondock Lite (2019) light years ahead in quality to those viewed. Attention to detail, quality cabinetry (dovetail high-quality wood, no frigg'en particleboard), lighting, solar, towability, Alde system, layout, etc, etc, etc.... Quick response customer service. Major complaint, Dometic Cool Cat failed a few months after the warranty. Coolant leak in a closed system, meaning nothing can be done. $1300 for new unit. Labor not included. The insulation siding is great in that it will not deteriorate, but inadequate insulation. In Arizona and Florida direct sun and the AC struggles to keep unit cool.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
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Brent E Larson

Reviewed on February 23, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 VRV Flyer view listing

4.8
My RV experience started with a used tent trailer with a 10ft box. Never used any of the plumbing per se, even cooked outside. It was nice to get inside though, when the rain started pouring down. The kids went to college and it was just me, so I sold the tent trailer and began looking at Tear Drops. Howe... read more
My RV experience started with a used tent trailer with a 10ft box. Never used any of the plumbing per se, even cooked outside. It was nice to get inside though, when the rain started pouring down. The kids went to college and it was just me, so I sold the tent trailer and began looking at Tear Drops. However, at 6'4" tall many TD's would not fit my frame. And then there's that foot box thing-too restrictive. Then I saw some square back designs that were very appealing. Next I happed on a forum where a guy purchased a square back RV called a VRV Flyer. It was unique in design in that the rear galley was replaced with a cargo door. There is also a man door and two windows. The couch inside, which sits parallel to the tongue, becomes either a twin sized bed, or a queen sized bed, raised off the floor of the all aluminum trailer. There is a pullout galley under the couch. In couch mode there is enough room to put a full size dirt bike inside the trailer! You can seat three adults on the couch. Room to get inside out of the weather if needed. Torsion bar suspension, so ground clearance is improved. It has a reversible fan in the roof with a rain sensor. It's also well insulated. The whole kit and kaboodle weighs 1,000 lbs. Also has brakes. This trailer is truly plug and play. The only reason I gave a 4 star rating for livability on this little RV is for that very reason, it's is small. Long term use would require some adjustments. And the 4 stars for Factory Warranty/Support-It's my understanding that VRV Flyers are no longer manufactured. However, you can still find them for sale.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
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Larry Van Hook

Reviewed on February 18, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Braxton Creek Romo Teardrop view listing

1.8
I drove all the way from San Antonio to Corpus Christi. The Romo was shoddy at best. It had loose covers in the shower. It was missing a light and the cover plate for the electronics on the outside was missing. Evidently, they were trying to pawn off on me a cannibalized unit. The seller said essentially th... read more
I drove all the way from San Antonio to Corpus Christi. The Romo was shoddy at best. It had loose covers in the shower. It was missing a light and the cover plate for the electronics on the outside was missing. Evidently, they were trying to pawn off on me a cannibalized unit. The seller said essentially they had to fix them when they arrived from the factory--not a selling point! The unit looked like it was actually used to me. There were different colored caulk on the ceilings and walls. They were trying to sell it for the new price. If I were you, I would avoid the company altogether.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
2.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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Matt

Reviewed on December 13, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Modern Buggy Teardrop Little Buggy view listing

1.0
We purchased 2 of the Modern Buggy Little Buggy models in September 2022. At first glance these little guys are pretty cool looking, but that is where it ends. These little buggies have some serious flaws which the owner of Modern Buggy have acknowledged and even went as far to send us several faulty replacem... read more
We purchased 2 of the Modern Buggy Little Buggy models in September 2022. At first glance these little guys are pretty cool looking, but that is where it ends. These little buggies have some serious flaws which the owner of Modern Buggy have acknowledged and even went as far to send us several faulty replacement parts to resolve some of the concerns. Down side is we spend after taxes roughly 40k on these 2 units and are being told here you go, here are some parts now go fix it yourself. Since our first initial conversation with Modern Buggy we identified the solar panels on each buggy not charging. Again reached out to Modern Buggy answer told to take it up with Camping World. I understand this is a really small company trying to produce a fun adventures unit, but we have owned them for going on 3 months now and have not been able to rent them out to our customers due to some of the safety and quality concerns. The most recent issue is the back hatch that opens up on one of the units is now leaking inside. We are continuing to try and work with the manufacturer, but feel all these issues we are experiencing with 2 new travel trailers is unacceptable and needs to be addressed.
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1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
1.0
Driving/towing
1.0
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Dave

Reviewed on October 31, 2022

RV reviewed 2021 Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 17BH view listing

2.8
While we liked the ground clearance, we hit out heads on everything, the trailer beebs incessantly for almost anything. Half the time we cannot firgure out what is causing the beeping so disconnect the battery. I really do not need Ai on a camping trip. The fire escape window flew off and hit a truck behind... read more
While we liked the ground clearance, we hit out heads on everything, the trailer beebs incessantly for almost anything. Half the time we cannot firgure out what is causing the beeping so disconnect the battery. I really do not need Ai on a camping trip. The fire escape window flew off and hit a truck behind us, luckily they did not get damaged. This window is POORLY designed. Very difficult and expensive to replace... took a week to even hear back from the dealer. I really also do not understand why an owners manual was not provided that was any good. We have watched online videos over and over trying to troubleshoot the problems. Wish we had not purchased it.
Livability
3.0
Overall quality
3.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
3.0
Factory warranty/support
2.0
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Karen Bochinski

Reviewed on October 26, 2022

RV reviewed 2021 Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 17BH view listing

2.2
Do not buy this at all. Went to the dealership and fan and table in not working order. I demanded that to be fixed. We went camping with this and the electrical system was a mess. Thank goodness my husband took it apart. They did not even put the electrical plug in the water heater for electric. Damn can't yo... read more
Do not buy this at all. Went to the dealership and fan and table in not working order. I demanded that to be fixed. We went camping with this and the electrical system was a mess. Thank goodness my husband took it apart. They did not even put the electrical plug in the water heater for electric. Damn can't you guys figure out how to put in a plug in a socket. These guys did nothing for inspection. We had to use propane because nothing was hooked up. It is a piece of junk and falls apart. They use staples and crappy stuff for the inside. You pay for what you get. If you purchase this trailer be a handy man all of this trailer is junk. Bushwacker you should be so ashamed of yourself
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1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
3.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
1.0
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Tom

Vermont

Reviewed on September 26, 2022

RV reviewed 2018 Little Guy T@G view listing

4.6
This manufacturer and model is the ultimate in quality and versatility in a small camper. It has everything you need in a small enough package that you don’t get the drawbacks of a larger camper, like weight, height of the camper, ease of backing in, mileage penalty etc. We have taken this small rig on ... read more
This manufacturer and model is the ultimate in quality and versatility in a small camper. It has everything you need in a small enough package that you don’t get the drawbacks of a larger camper, like weight, height of the camper, ease of backing in, mileage penalty etc. We have taken this small rig on two 1500 trips of 3 weeks plus and never wanted anything more. For short stops, we leave it attached and do not really even set up the campsite. For longer periods we put up the attached tent to add a LR and unhook the vehicle. We get lots of comments at gas stations, toll booths, restaurants etc.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
3.0
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