Holiday Rambler

Holiday Rambler RV Reviews

Holiday Rambler has been in business since 1953 when the Coburg, OR company released its first travel trailer. Whether you're looking for the value of a towable, the convenience and economy of a gas motorhome or the top-of-the-line luxury of a diesel coach, Holiday Rambler has a model for your budget.

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2018 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE 36F Review

2018 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE 36F Review

The 2018 Vacationer XE takes Holiday Ramblerís Vacationer coach and gives it a boost with some luxury touches to make extended family vacations.
2016 Holiday Rambler Scepter 43DF Review

2016 Holiday Rambler Scepter 43DF Review

As Holiday Ramblerís newest and most expensive Class A model, the Scepter is designed to fill your road trips with five-star luxury.
2013 Holiday Rambler Augusta 25RBS Review

2013 Holiday Rambler Augusta 25RBS Review

Built for families who love vacationing, the Holiday Rambler Augusta B-Plus adapts to any climate and adventure, while providing you with the day-to-day luxuries that you might miss on a vacation.

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Monaco RV Plant Shuts Down

Monaco RV Plant Shuts Down

Monaco RV Plant Shuts DownAllied Specialty Vehicles has closed the doors of its Elkhart, Ind. Monaco RV plant. According to IndyStar.com, 85 permanent employees are affected by the closure. The plant had produced the R-Vision and Holiday Rambler towable RV models. “There is no change to our other motorized RV business, which is growing and profitable, including American Coach,...
Holiday Rambler Debuts Aluma-Lite Class C

Holiday Rambler Debuts Aluma-Lite Class C

Holiday Rambler Debuts Aluma-Lite Class CMonaco RV has unveiled its new Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite Class C motorhome. According to Monaco, the Aluma-Lite was developed to be a family-friendly and easy to maneuver RV that provides good fuel economy without skimping on features. Though smaller in stature, the Aluma-Lite features a king size 61-gallon fresh water tank that allows for extended...

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  • Gwen
    @oldcarjunky If you think that Westfalias materials or build quality was crap, then you definitely should never own any VW camper. I have owned over a dozen different makes of VW camper conversions, and Westfalia is the highest quality of any of them. After 40-50-60 years, Westies hold up better than any other brand.
  • Lucas Cooney
    Larry - I don't believe the Limited Edition is available as a 2018 model, but you may be able to find one by calling some dealers.
  • engecurso
    thanks, keep Derrek Sigler safe