Space Craft V-390 Fifth-Wheel

Space Craft V-390

Tom Kaiser
September 17, 2012

Most travel trailer and fifth-wheel builders offer customers a plethora of choices in floorplans, finishes, sizes and optional gadgetry, but there’s usually some aspect of compromise for new owners. Buying a typical RV is analogous in some ways to buying a preexisting home instead of building one to... Read more »

Winnebago One 32BH Walk-Through

Winnebago One 32BH

Stuart Bourdon, Editor-In-Chief
September 13, 2012

Many years ago Winnebago trailers stopped rolling off the assembly line, and although the company became highly regarded for its motorized RVs, for the most part, its trailer-building heritage was all but forgotten. For decades afterward, the company marched forward producing high-quality motorized RVs... Read more »

KZ MXT 20: Carry The Fun


Kristopher Bunker
August 15, 2012

SURVs are certainly nothing new in the RV market; they have become more prominent over the last decade, providing off-road enthusiasts the best of both worlds by allowing them to spend the day exploring rugged terrain on an ATV, dirt bike or snowmobile, while still enabling them to sleep off the ground... Read more »

The New Horizons Majestic

New Horizons Luxury

Chris Hemer
August 9, 2012

The New Horizons Majestic is an Exceptional Fifth-Wheel Designed for Full-Time Living Providing the ultimate in luxury and an abundance of amenities to a market can be a double-edged sword. This is particularly true of the luxury fifth-wheel market, where doing so can create a price tag high enough for... Read more »

Cruiser RV Fun Finder X-215WSX Walkthrough

Cruiser RV Fun Finder X-215WSX exterior

Stuart Bourdon
July 25, 2012

Cruiser RV has much to offer in the lightweight travel trailer market and a prime example is the company’s versatile Fun Finder X-215WSX, a compact front queen, rear bath unit that can work just as well for a small family as  for a busy couple. The X-215WSX provides a two-room split accomplished through... Read more »

Keystone Springdale 266RL: Mandatory Comfort


Jeff Johnston
July 16, 2012

The travel trailer market is bursting with interesting new models and the Springdale 266RL from Keystone is a good example of a comfortable, smart-sized RV. At just shorter than 29 feet long it’s easy to tow, small enough to fit in many campsites, but large enough for comfortable, uncrowded living. The... Read more »

Fox Mountain 245RKS: Livability Testing

Nash Fox Mountain 245RKS

Bob Livingston
June 27, 2012

Mention “fifth-wheel” and the name conjures up a visualization of a very large trailer designed to provide mobile housing for long periods of time and lots of elbowroom. Until recently, not a lot of emphasis was placed on building fifth-wheels with svelte statures for a couple of reasons: The market... Read more »

Walkthrough: Eagle Cap 1160


Jeff Johnston
June 13, 2012

Multiple slideouts in truck campers have sparked a new wave of floorplan innovations. No longer restricted to the space between a pickup’s wheel wells, models such as the Eagle Cap 1160 provide previously unheard of comfort and elbowroom for slide-in camper fans. Minimal graphics keep the camper looking... Read more »

Tango Ultra-Lite 20UL Walkthrough

Tango Ultra-Lite 20UL exterior

Kristopher Bunker
May 15, 2012

When searching for a lightweight trailer that can be towed by the family’s daily truck or SUV, it’s often a necessity for potential buyers to make some sacrifices. Smaller trailers come with smaller footprints, so owners-to-be have to take a hard look at what they’re willing to do without. After... Read more »

Jayco Pinnacle 35LKTS: A Full-Time Flagship

Jayco Pinnacle 35LKTS

Fred Pausch
May 2, 2012

Lasting memories of great trips always seem to include good food and new landscapes, and the 2012 Pinnacle caters to both in 40 feet of full-timing luxury. With five floorplans between 35 and 40 feet and four interior décor choices, the popular Pinnacle is Jayco’s flagship luxury fiver. A Look Inside Jayco... Read more »

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