Itasca RV Reviews
The Itasca motorhome line was introduced in 1975 by Winnebago Industries. Like Winnebago, Itasca produces Class C and Class motorhomes, but with a unique style. Itasca motorhomes are built at the Winnebago factory in Forest City, Iowa.
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2014 Itasca Meridian 34B Review Feature-rich Class A has beauty and brains 2013 Itasca Sunova 30A Review An affordable way to travel in style 2012 Itasca Suncruiser 37F Review Hit the road in style with this feature-rich Class A motorhome 2012 Itasca Navion iQ 24G Review Sleek Class C built on Sprinter chassis 2012 Itasca Ellipse 42JD Review Luxury and value in Itasca's Flagship Diesel Motorhome 2011 Itasca Reyo 25Q Review Compact Class A built on Mercedes Sprinter chassis 2011 Itasca Cambria 30C Review Luxury on the road with this triple-slide Class C motorhome 2010 Itasca Sunstar 32K Review Largest Sunstar offers peace of mind when you're on the road 2011 Itasca Impulse Review A Class C with panache! 2010 Itasca Navion 24J Review Base Navion has everything you need
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just had work done on my 26.5foot edgewater by sunnybrook,replaced some medal sideing need new decals for it,can I still get them for it
Cynthia: We owned a 2015 Coachmen Pursuit 33' and loved it! It was problem free and the perfect size as you can pull into most parking lots and it only takes up 2 spaces. Dollar for dollar you can't beat the Pursuit! Great on fuel and easy to maintain too! The only reason we sold it BTW, was a 2012 diesel pusher (Fleetwood Providence)fell into our laps. One thing I've learned is the bigger they are the more complicated they are and therefore more problematic.
I'm looking at a keystone outback 326RL. 2017. Can't find any reviews on this unit. My wife and I really like the floor plan and are probably going to purchase it. Would like to hear some feedback about the keystone outback trailer quality. Can anyone help me out. Maybe someone else is submitting the same thing