Coachmen RV Reviews Today: The Good and the Bad.
The Coachmen name tends to conjure images of smaller and simpler pop-up campers. However, that is no longer the case. In fact, somewhere along the way, Coachmen RV lost their focus. Like a restaurant with an eight page menu, Coachmen has been trying too hard to offer something for everyone in recent years. As a result, their lineup has grown in leaps and bounds, but their attention to detail hasn’t kept pace.
Building an RV for every type of RVer has pulled Coachmen out of their wheelhouse. The affordable, small, entry-level pop-ups and lightweight campers they built their name on, for example, are now relegated to the low-rent district at the very bottom of their home page. Everything from Class A motorhomes to Fifth Wheels now get pride of place.
Do your research now and you’ll buy the right RV for you -the first time.
To be fair, Coachmen does build some decent models. In fact, we like their Class B Leprechaun, and the Adrenaline Travel Trailer has proven a popular choice for first time buyers. On the other hand, many models have been plagued with fit and finish complaints, resulting in low initial customer satisfaction. As a result, Coachmen buyers will benefit from some research beforehand to weed out the winners from the also-rans.
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Author, Randall Eaton
Coachmen RV Brands, but in no particular order:
- Cross Country
- Freedom Express Toy Hauler
- Freedom Express
- LTZ Ultra Lite
- Viking Ultra Lite