Monaco RV Reviews

Originally known as the Caribou Coach company, Monaco is based in Coburg, Ore., with manufacturing plants in Indiana. After acquiring the Roadmaster chassis from Chrysler in 1984, Monaco became the first RV maker to develop its own chassis. Monaco takes credit for many industry firsts including the Panaview one-piece windshield, flat-floor slide-outs and rear-loading class A diesel toy haulers.

Recent Monaco RV Reviews

2015 Monaco Dynasty 45P Review

2015 Monaco Dynasty 45P Review

Drive like you’re the King of the Road in the new Monaco Dynasty. Built with power and decorated with style, your long road trips will feel like royal vacations.
2012 Monaco Lapalma 36DBD Review

2012 Monaco Lapalma 36DBD Review

There’s nothing quite like discovering the country in total comfort and convenience. And if you want to make yourself at home while on the road, you’ll want to check out the 2012 Monaco Lapalma Class A Motorhome.
2012 Monaco Vesta Review

2012 Monaco Vesta Review

Powered by a MaxxForce 6.4L V8 turbodiesel and sitting on a Roadmaster chassis, the Vesta strikes a comfortable balance between affordability and luxury.

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  • Neil Blumenfield
    I have had AAA Premier RV for a year. It is useless. Have needed help 3x. Once, they did come to jump my house batteries. The other 2 times they refused to help. Once in TX, my door latch failed and I was unable to get in the RV. They said they could not help because it was more like a home door than an auto door. Would not send a locksmith. I got in through the window. Last week, after RV was in storage for 3 months in FL, my jump starter would not get my house batteries going to allow me to start the generator. AAA promised to come within the hour. Three hours later, they still had no one scheduled claiming the batteries were too big for their contracted services. So, basically, they say they cannot help servicing RV's despite having the premium RV plan.
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  • Wayne
    I was always lead to believe that Fleetwood and Winnebago were best. But recently, it seems most of them are the same. So finding the floor plan I like, and price is easy. So what should be my deciding factor? We like.. Minnie Winnie 31G Four Winds 30D Sunseeker 3270S What would you choose?