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Located in the heart of Amish country (Middlebury, IN) and with a history dating back to 1968, Jayco produces what it calls America's most liveable RVs. One of the biggest RV lineups in the industry, Jayco makes everything from expandable camping trailers to luxury Class A motorhomes.

Recent Jayco RV Reviews

2018 Jayco Redhawk 26XD Review

2018 Jayco Redhawk 26XD Review

The 2018 Jayco Redhawk series is designed to offer families a reliable ride and camping experience for the family.
2018 Jayco Greyhawk 29MV Review

2018 Jayco Greyhawk 29MV Review

The 2018 Jayco Greyhawk makes road tripping easy and comfortable for your group of eight, with seatbelts for all and sleeping space too.
2017 Jayco Precept 31UL Review

2017 Jayco Precept 31UL Review

Featuring a spacious and modern interior, the Jayco Percept Class A motorhome is big on luxury.

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5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018

5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018

5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018Hitting the road in a new motorhome can get awfully expensive. But our list of the best cheap Class A motorhomes for 2018 can help you save some serious money. When adventure is calling, there is no better way to ride in style than a Class A motorhome. They have the space, class and comfort...
Five of the Best Cheap Class C Motorhomes for 2018

Five of the Best Cheap Class C Motorhomes for 2018

Five of the Best Cheap Class C Motorhomes for 2018When most people think of motorhomes, the classic Class C design comes to mind. Here are five of our favorite cheap Class C motorhomes for 2018.
Five Good But Cheap Expandable RVs for 2018

Five Good But Cheap Expandable RVs for 2018

Five Good But Cheap Expandable RVs for 2018There is no easier way to get into the RV lifestyle than with one of the many good but cheap expandable RVs. Here are five of our favorites. An expandable RV is a great option for those looking for a versatile travel trailer that is compact, lightweight and less expensive than bigger, rigid-wall RVs. They...

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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