X-Aire Fifth-Wheel Toy Hauler

November 1, 2010

Imagine an RV that has room for all your toys — both big and small — and then some, and you get the 2010 X-Aire fifth-wheel SURV from Newmar Corporation. In addition to a large garage with thick-ply flooring, a ramp rated at 3,000 pounds and a fueling station, there’s a list of standard amenities... Read more »

Space Craft’s V-340 Fifth-Wheel

June 1, 2010

By looking at the photos of Space Craft Manufacturing’s V-340 fifth-wheel, you’ve no doubt reached the conclusion that this trailer is huge. That’s the impression I had when I first saw it. Think again. At 34 feet in length, it’s nowhere near the longest trailer on the road, and... Read more »

New Horizons Majestic

October 6, 2009

When searching for a new RV, it’s always best to have choices. Buying a new trailer can get expensive, and it’s important to get everything exactly as you like it, down to the floorplan and throw pillows. Few manufacturers allow as much customer input as New Horizons RV, a factory-direct... Read more »

Nissan 4WD Titan and Dutchmen Denali Super-Lite

September 1, 2009

With the recent wave of lightweight towables flooding the market, each manufacturer faces the challenge of lowering weight without sacrificing quality. After all, what good is a lighter trailer with minimal amenities and lower-quality appointments that will fall apart soon after towing it off the dealer’s... Read more »

2009 Jayco Eagle Super Lite

August 6, 2009

Jayco’s Eagle product line has been a popular upgrade over entry-level trailers for quite some time. So, following the recent trend toward lighter-weight trailers, it was only natural for the company to unveil Eagle Super Lites in 2009.   Eagle towables are generally known for more-upscale... Read more »

Tacoma & Forest River r•pod: Downsizing Without Downgrading

August 1, 2009

A very decent amount of fanfare has accompanied the downsized-trailer trend in the past several years, and with good reason. Smaller trailers travel lighter and typically cost less than their larger counterparts. What’s more, they are easily towable with today’s smaller trucks, crossovers... Read more »

Gulf Stream’s 37FRE Yellowstone Fiver

July 6, 2009

The recent trend in the RV industry is to focus more on lighter-weight trailers that can be towed by the family commuter. Gulf Stream has taken a different approach and is making certain the “bigger-is-better” crowd gets its fair shake as well.   Available under the Yellowstone (shown... Read more »

Adventurer 950B

July 1, 2009

It’s always the same situation with slide-in truck campers: How do you fit everything – and everyone – into those limited space confines? Camper manufacturers are producing some innovations to improve available space, as exemplified by the new 950B from Adventurer. It’s the first... Read more »

Oliver Legacy Elite

April 1, 2009

It seems that the world is split between two types of people: those who RV and those who don’t. And RVers generally have two schools of thought: the larger-is-better philosophy or the smaller-is-better adaptive philosophy. The people at Oliver Travel Trailers obviously subscribe to the latter,... Read more »

New RV Trends for 2009

March 1, 2009

Smaller towables – many with strong green components to them and lighter weights – were among the major trends at the 46th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky.   That, of course, is not to say that full-size towables capable of sustaining long-term travel are passé.... Read more »

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