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Coachmen has been supplying RV products for the United States since 1964. With manufacturing plants in Middlebury, IN and Centerville, MI, Coachmen builds everything from fold down camping trailers to Class A motorhomes to satisfy virtually every budget.

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2018 Coachmen Freelander 26RS Review

2018 Coachmen Freelander 26RS Review

The 2018 Coachmen Freelander can haul and sleep a crew of eight, making it a great road trip vehicle for those who like to travel with friends and family.
2017 Coachmen Leprechaun 311FS Review

2017 Coachmen Leprechaun 311FS Review

The 2017 Coachmen Leprechaun is decked out with many of the features more commonly found in larger, pricier motorhomes.
2017 Coachmen Adrenaline 26CB Review

2017 Coachmen Adrenaline 26CB Review

The Coachmen Adrenaline is a lightweight toy hauler designed for thrill seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.

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Five Best Expandable Trailers Under $10,000

Five Best Expandable Trailers Under $10,000

Five Best Expandable Trailers Under $10,000Expandable trailers have several different names ? expandable, pop-up, tent camper ? but they are all basically the same thing. These RVs are a lightweight trailer camper that folds down for a lower profile and easy hauling. They not only work great for folks with smaller vehicles that can?t tow a huge fifth-wheel or large...
5 Best Class C Motorhomes of 2017 under $100,000

5 Best Class C Motorhomes of 2017 under $100,000

5 Best Class C Motorhomes of 2017 under $100,000For most of us, the classic shape of a motorhome is the Class C. These vacation masters are built on a heavy truck or van frame and have the distinctive bunk over the cab. They tend to be a bit smaller than the Class A motorhomes, but offer no less luxury. They often prove to...
5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000

5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000

5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000The old saying of, ?you can?t take it with you,? doesn?t really seem to apply to folks who own a premium Class A motorhome. These luxurious kings of the road let you travel across the country with all the comforts of home along for the ride. But just because you have a budget, doesn?t mean...

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  • kim
    im thinking about buying a 2000 gulfstream conquest please any comments would be greatly helpful
  • K. Patterson
    thinking about getting a used travel trailer with a slide out. Do they leak when over 5 years? Specifically looking at Fleetwood pioneer around 21-24ft range. Anyone with big WARNINGS of what make to avoid. My only requirement is a real mattress (no foldup bedding) dining area AND couch. And sunshine.... gotta have some windows, don't need a tub nor a cave!No 5th wheels. We have a 1/2ton Toy Tundra with 350ish HP. Thanks from the camper owner novice.
  • Ken Tolbert
    I've looked around and asked a number of people, what kind of fuel mileage can I expect with the 23TB or the 23TX. Can you help me? Thanks