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 »

’60s Flashback: Riverside RV White Water Retro 150

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by Kevin Livingston
January 2, 2015

  Riverside RV brings back the days of simple camping with its Retro line of classic-looking lightweight trailers with contemporary amenities   Remember the good old days of RVing, when nearly any vehicle could tow a trailer? It was easy for the quintessential American family to pile into... Read more »

Reflection 27RL

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by Chris Hemer
November 26, 2014

    Grand Design’s smallest fifth-wheel delivers big features and value   In life, we’re constantly reminded that we can’t have everything. And yet, we always seem to be on a quest to find the best of all worlds. Delicious and nonfat. Luxurious and inexpensive. Powerful and fuel-efficient.... Read more »

New for 2015

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by Bruce Hampson
November 25, 2014

  The glory days of RVing return with an impressive crop of innovative towables for the coming year   At first blush, the little 16-foot travel trailer looked as if someone had painstakingly restored a “canned ham”-styled 1961 Shasta Airflyte — right down to its matador-red-and-polo-white... Read more »

Throwback Travel Trailer

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by Donya Carlson
November 24, 2014

In the 1950s I Love Lucy was keeping TV viewers entertained, Yankees’ centerfielder Mickey Mantle was a household name and simple travel trailers were the rage. The designers at Genesis Supreme RV have created that nostalgic feel with trailers with straightforward floorplans. Said Pablo Carmona, president... Read more »

Retro Shasta Trailer

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October 27, 2014

  Shasta RV has reissued the 1961 Airflyte, a travel trailer complete with throwback “wings,” Hehr jalousie windows and wide white sidewall tires wrapped around color-matched wheels. The Airflyte is available in three color choices inspired by the original 1960s line with polo white as the main... Read more »

Tesla Toy Hauler T3950

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by Donya Carlson
October 1, 2014

  Powersports enthusiasts who want luxury and plenty of sleeping space should check out EverGreen’s new triple-slide Tesla T3950 toy hauler. The 43-foot, 6-inch fifth-wheel features a living area that sports a 9-foot, 3-inch recliner sleeper sofa and a queen-size loft bed, while the master bedroom... Read more »

Outdoor Sanctuary: Wolf Pup 17RP by Cherokee

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by B. Packwood
September 28, 2014

    Forest River’s diminutive toy-hauler trailer offers basic shelter for outdoor enthusiasts   The Forest River Wolf Pup 17RP is a rugged, compact, easy-to-tow toy hauler. It’s just a tad longer than 20 feet and stands only 9½ feet tall. Riding on a single axle, the 17RP has a... Read more »

Under the Radar

The aluminum exterior is rugged and easy to clean and maintain. Pictured is a dual-entry model that’s practical for families.

by Kristopher Bunker
September 2, 2014

    Family-friendly and reasonably priced, the retro-chic Autumn Ridge trailer offers surprisingly upscale standard features Starcraft RV is one of the more recognizable names in the RV industry, and with good reason. It’s difficult to go unnoticed when your company has been successfully... Read more »

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