Unity U24MB

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by Chris Hemer
February 23, 2015

  Leisure Travel Vans’ flagship motorhome gets it right in all the right places   Good things come in small packages. We’ve all heard this expression, which, of course, relates to tiny crushed-velvet boxes with sparkling contents. But when it comes to motorhomes, usually the opposite... Read more »

Dutch Star 4369

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By Mark Quasius
January 28, 2015

  With a good floorplan, quality construction, attractive décor and the ability to custom select many of the options and accessories, this Newmar coach targets discerning buyers   The Dutch Star has always been one of Newmar’s best-selling coaches, offering a selection of features at an... Read more »

Era 70C

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By Donya Carlson
December 23, 2014

  Winnebago’s turnkey Touring Coach for two offers up lots of packing space and is the first with a slideout I admit to being a chronic over-packer. When it’s time to load up the RV for a trip, my theory is “Why not bring it?” — especially when there’s space — because it could very... Read more »

Vista 36Y

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By Bob Livingston
November 21, 2014

  Belly up to the bar — kitchen bar that is — and Winnebago’s entry-level Class A gasser will serve up easy living   A favorite place to congregate in a home is the kitchen. If there’s an island counter, it’s hard to get anyone to leave, especially if there’s room for a few stools.... Read more »

Anthem 44SL

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by Bruce Hampson
October 15, 2014

  Entegra’s highline all-electric coach offers room to roam for couples looking for luxury and road-hugging drivability   The living area is finished with glazed cherry hardwood cabinetry, high-gloss porcelain tile and Ultraleather furniture. Most people associated professionally with RVs,... Read more »

Class C’s On the Rise

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by Rick Kessler
September 24, 2014

  A look at what’s new from Coachmen, Fleetwood RV, Holiday Rambler, Jayco, Thor Motor Coach and Winnebago   A recent morning at the Coachmen RV manufacturing facility in Middlebury, Indiana — specifically in the building where the company’s Concords, Freelanders, Leprechauns and Prisms... Read more »

Mellow Yellow

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By Bob Livingston
September 17, 2014

  Winnebago brings back the Brave and its iconic eyebrow   Ah, the 1960s, possibly the most important and crazy decade in American history. Those of us who experienced this decade remember well the counterculture, political unrest, hippies, the drug scene, free love, the peace movement, the... Read more »

BAY STAR 3124

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by Derrick Clemons
August 27, 2014

  Newmar packs big features into a midsize gas coach   Newmar is known throughout the RV industry for quality craftsmanship, and the 2014 Bay Star continues the tradition at a price that is attractive to first-time buyers. Newmar provides many luxury features in the gas-powered Bay Star line... Read more »

Sunseeker 3170 DS

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by Kristopher Bunker
July 25, 2014

    Class C from Forest River offers thoughtful family-friendly amenities inside and out Ah, the great outdoors. The perfect place to wet a line, go for a hike, explore the mountainside or watch TV. Wait, what?! Like it or not, today’s generation of RVers has come to expect all the luxuries... Read more »

Jayco Redhawk 31XL: Bunk It Up, Pack ’Em In

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by Kristopher Bunker
June 20, 2014

  An affordable Class C that’s long on standard amenities and sleeping positions The RV industry is rife with buzzwords and phrases, from “affordable luxury” to “bang for your buck” on up to “family-friendly.” Most dealers jump at the chance to utter even one of those catchphrases... Read more »

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