Garage Brands

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by Kristopher Bunker
May 1, 2015

  Why should fifth-wheels have all the fun? These conventional travel trailers haul your toys with the best of ’em   Toy haulers are a great way to enhance the RVing experience, allowing owners to bring along their beloved recreational toys and combine their passion for adventure with the usual... Read more »

Get a Lift with Lifestyle’s Alfa Gold

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by Donya Carlson
April 2, 2015

  Two-wheel enthusiasts will like Lifestyle Luxury’s industry-first side hauler high-end fifth-wheel. Not only can you take a full-size motorcycle along, it can be loaded by one person and have its own private room. The Lifestyle Alfa Gold 3905SH (mentioned in December 2014’s “New for 2015”)... Read more »

Streets of Laredo

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by Kevin Livingston
April 1, 2015

  Keystone’s new 274RB takes on a sleek look and a number of improvements   Keystone RV is known for producing a fleet of towables that are built for the masses — not too extravagant or ultra-luxurious, but livable and affordable. The manufacturer offers many dollar-friendly options,... Read more »

Little Big Trailers

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by Kristopher Bunker
March 31, 2015

  These towables may be small in size, but they’re big on livability   Although I don’t make it a habit to heed the words of cinematic puppets, the adage “size matters not” from the wise old Jedi Master, Yoda, is true in many ways, and is especially apt when it comes to the towable... Read more »

Saga of the Silver Bullet

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by Donya Carlson
March 2, 2015

  The first Airstream trailer was built in 1929, a tent contraption that Wally Byam made on a Model T chassis. The tent was replaced with a teardrop-shaped shelter, and a stove and ice chest were added. The first factory-produced Airstream, nicknamed the Silver Bullet because of its airplane-fuselage-inspired... Read more »

Set the Night on Fire!

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by Donya Carlson
March 2, 2015

  Hot off the press: Livin’ Lite RV, manufacturer of lightweight aluminum-frame and composite towables, has introduced the Aluma-Lite Ignite, a flashy toy hauler badged as a 2016 model. As with other Livin’ Lite models, the door and floor framing are made of tubular aluminum. Inside, the trailer... Read more »

Living It Up

Upscale theater seating is a popular configuration in front-lounge fivers, and the Winnebago Destination 37FL offers plenty of comfortable seating, big-screen entertainment and an impressive electric fireplace.

By Kristopher Bunker
February 27, 2015

  The latest trend in fifth-wheels brings the lounge upstairs   Fifth-wheels come in all sizes and a variety of floorplans, but over the years there has generally been a sort of unspoken template for their basic interior footprint. Previously, one could pretty much lay money on the fact that... Read more »

The Majestic

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February 5, 2015

    New Horizons’ luxury fifth-wheel has all the features you could ever imagine — and some you probably couldn’t  Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home. Home is where you hang your hat. Home is where the heart is. No expense was spared in the kitchen, which features... Read more »

Cozy Coachmen: 2015 Freedom Express 233RBS

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by Kevin Livingston
February 4, 2015

  This nimble, lightweight trailer combines easy towability with enough amenities to keep families comfortable   Smaller travel trailers are generally considered either entry-level or purpose-oriented, such as for hunting or weekend-warrior use. Being easy to tow, turn and squeeze into tighter... Read more »

Small and Mighty Apex Nano

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by Donya Carlson
February 2, 2015

  With its all-new Apex Nano, Coachmen, a division of Forest River, is targeting families and couples looking for lightweight travel trailers that can be towed with SUVs and minivans. The 7-foot 6-inch-wide lightweight trailers, consisting of four models in both slide and nonslide versions, are claimed... Read more »

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