Kia Borrego

March 1, 2009

It takes courage, to say nothing of a healthy dose of optimism, to launch a new V-8-powered mid-size SUV in an already-crowded market – and at a time when such vehicles languish on dealer lots nationwide. Nevertheless, Kia Motors America has introduced its all-new Borrego, a four-door SUV in the... Read more »

2009 Terry LX 335RLDS

October 1, 2008

Many who decide to upgrade to a larger fifth-wheel consider the purchase to be a step toward the full-timing lifestyle. But Fleetwood’s new offering, the 2009 Terry LX 335RLDS – with its attractive, in-your-face raised detail on the front cap – appears to have been designed with the... Read more »

KZ Spree 261RKS and the Nissan Armada Test

August 28, 2008

Always on the lookout for a new slant on the typical travel trailer floorplan, we came across the new KZ Spree 261RKS, a tidy ultralight 26-footer that trips the scales wet at a svelte 5,720 pounds and sports a streetside slide and sleeping for six. It also features an angled wall that hides the bathroom,... Read more »

Keystone Outback Loft

June 1, 2008

We’re always on the lookout for new ideas in the industry. Slideouts in RVs have been around for some time, and do a great job of opening up sometimes cramped floorplans. But how about a slide-up? Raising the bar — literally — is the Keystone Outback Loft, a trailer that features a... Read more »

Bigfoot’s Sleek Travel Trailer

May 1, 2008

Many RV manufacturers boast of top-notch construction, fit-and-finish and their trailers’ all-weather capabilities. So, I was leery when the literature for the Bigfoot 25B 25FBS did just that. However, after spending some time in the travel trailer, the lasting impression was “Wow! What top-notch... Read more »

Thor Sonoma 19FQ

April 25, 2008

On the lookout for a nice entry-level towable with no frills but with enough essentials to let a family of first-time RVers enjoy hitting the road, we checked out the Sonoma 19FQ.   Centered against the forward wall is the queen bed (hence the FQ designation), with ample walking space on either... Read more »

Open Range 337RLS

April 8, 2008

The fusion of spanned grays layered on the metallic high-gloss exterior represents a certain element of design distinctiveness for the Open Range, a new entry in the already competitive fifth-wheel trailer market. It seems obvious that the attention to detail and available features add up to a fresh... Read more »

Home in the Arctic Fox 23

April 1, 2008

The Arctic Fox 23 5A, a product of Northwood Manufacturing, is a good example of the trailers that provide RVing at its best without breaking the bank or calling for a significant tow-rig upgrade.   At an even 7,000 pounds wet but empty, many tow-rated half-ton trucks can haul the 23 5A. Its 10,000-pound... Read more »

Fleetwood Icon 24D

March 24, 2008

As fuel prices continue to climb, RV manufacturers are having quite a time coming up with better ways to offset the wallet-draining trips to the fuel station. Enter the Icon Class C diesel motorhome, Fleetwood’s first foray into the Sprinter-chassis arena. With a 26.4-gallon fuel tank and fuel... Read more »

2008 Itasca Navion iQ

March 14, 2008

Intelligent Design … The Navion iQ takes intelligent design and innovative use of space to new levels, making this coach live and perform much larger than its nimble and efficient 24 feet. In the cab, seats are designed for maximum driving comfort and swivel 180 degrees to become an integral part... Read more »

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