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Fleetwood RV Reviews

Based out of Riverside, CA, Fleetwood Enterprises has been in business since 1950. Beyond build motorhomes, Fleetwood Enterprises also produces manufactured housing. Fleetwood? current RV line made up of Class C and Class A motorhomes, as well as the luxury American Coach brand.

Recent Fleetwood RV Reviews

2017 Fleetwood Bounder 33C Review

2017 Fleetwood Bounder 33C Review

From thoughtful and luxurious décor details to a clear commitment to comfort and convenience, the Fleetwood Bounder truly feels like an inviting home.
2016 Fleetwood Tioga Ranger 31D Review

2016 Fleetwood Tioga Ranger 31D Review

The Fleetwood Tioga Ranger is the perfect RV for big families and long road trips.
2016 Fleetwood Flair 26D Review

2016 Fleetwood Flair 26D Review

If you’re looking for an RV that will get you to your destination in style, then check out the 2015 Fleetwood Flair.

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Fleetwood RV Launches 2011 Storm Crossover Motor Home

Fleetwood RV Launches 2011 Storm Crossover Motor Home

Fleetwood RV Launches 2011 Storm Crossover Motor HomeFleetwood RV, Inc. has officially launched the 2011 Storm ? a ?crossover? motor home that, according to the manufacturer, features the sleeping capacity and value of a Class C motor home along with the roominess and storage capacity of a Class A motor home. Be sure to check out our full photo gallery of the...
Fleetwood RV CEO Retires

Fleetwood RV CEO Retires

Fleetwood RV CEO RetiresFleetwood RV, Inc. CEO, Chuck Wilkinson has announced his retirement. Wilkinson has co-led the company, along with John Draheim, president and COO, since July 2009 when American Industrial Partners Capital Fund IV (AIP) acquired the motor home business from Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc. Wilkinson held key management roles at Fleetwood Enterprises for almost 40 years, and...
Heartland RV Acquires Fleetwood Towable RV Brands

Heartland RV Acquires Fleetwood Towable RV Brands

Heartland RV Acquires Fleetwood Towable RV BrandsHeartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC announced that it has acquired the remaining active trademarks of the towable brands from Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc. As one of the leading former manufacturers of towable RVs in North America, Fleetwood has some of the most recognized and iconic brands in the industry. “This is an exciting transaction for Heartland. Fleetwood’s...

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  • Daniel
    As a study on fifth wheel and or travel trailers has many believe they could pack the features of home in a package that easily is to be pulled by the right tow vehicle as many offer space set aside to be labeled a toy hauler.
  • kevin O'Connor
    we bought a Evergreen Ascend Cloud c193bh RV great travel trailer very roomy, can't wait to start using it. But the only problem is we find out the unit is what they call an orphan. the Dealer who sold us the RV never mentioned that evergreen folded. so now we are worried about warranty for this unit, we did buy a warranty that the dealer Oak centre mall (TRX.RV)sold us. that only covers small stuff not structure, has another company bought Evergreen out an if so will they honor a warranty.
  • Jim Samples
    We just purchased a 2017 Sandibel 3601 last month. We loved the lay out and thought we had done our research. As soon as we got it we started having issues. The first was the heater would not turn on. The entire unit had to be replaced. Next the right front jack had a major leak leak and has to be replaced. The AC units went out and needed to be repaired. Once repaired the units would not cool the coach below 84 degrees even though it was only 92 degreesd outside. One of the main storage doors is out of ailment and won't close properly. It's obvious that this company has poor quality control. We also had issues with the dealer selling us this with a nail in one of the sidewalls of the tire. When we picked it up I noticed a tire that was almost flat. They checked it at the dealership and it had 10 lbs of pressure. They aired it up and sent us on our way. I drove it 30 miles and stopped at an RV park. The tire was flat the next morning. So far not having very good luck with this new fifth wheel.