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Roadtrek®TM Owners Quotes
Shortly after purchasing our [Roadtrek] Sprinter we took it on a "shakedown" trip; my wife and I and our yellow lab... I must admit that I had doubts about the advertised mileage we could expect but even climbing the higher elevations approaching the Continental divide we averaged 20 1/2 MPG. After that we were up to 23-24... Coming across Oklahoma, we had a tail wind and got over 27 MPG. A total of 5700 miles without a hitch!!! GREAT RV!!!
Raymond & Evelyn Schroder, Mountain Home, Arkansas
I've owned 2 class A motorhomes before buying a Roadtrek  last summer. After driving it over 10,000 miles I am thrilled!!! Loved its comfort, ease in handling, parking, the ease of emptying the tanks and its fuel ecomony. Monitored for 6,000 trip, going 60-75 mph, in mountains pulling a small trailer, running generator often, and still averaged 15.4 mpg. Wow!
Comfort, power AND economy - it was great! This is my first Roadtrek, but definitely (if quality continues) not my last!
Thanks Roadtrek for a great summer!
Gloria Schick, Deer Park, Washington
We have just completed our 1st long trip 5000 miles and loved our Roadtrek. Since this is a new experience for us, we were amazed at the gas mileage, how well it handled on the road and best of all we parked everywhere a regular auto is allowed. The Roadtrek is Great.
Tom Pearson, Fayetteville, Arkansas
After taking the wonderful tour of your plant, we embarked on our trip to Alaska, all the way through Canada. We logged 11,080 miles on our 2003 Roadtrek Versatile with absolutely no problems at all. We were on the road 45 days and stayed in the Roadtrek every night in all kinds of weather. We were very comfortable the entire trip. Having our private bathroom and kitchen made our trip enjoyable and economical. Speaking of economical, we averaged between 14 and 16 MPG in all types of weather and terrain. Thanks for manufacturing such a fine vehicle. What a great way to travel.
Wayne & Cinda Hollister, Richmond, Ohio
Thank you for making our [RS]-Adventurous. This is our first try at a RV. We have not even rented before... We have put 12,000 miles on it. We use it on weekends and just took a 5 week trip... It gets great fuel mileage at about 21 going 75 miles per hour. We had no trouble with the mountains in Utah.
We love the shower and the LCD TV. Most of all, we like the open feeling inside... We have it set up with a mini office ...
Toni Lyerly, West End, North Carolina
We are proud owens of a Roadtrek 210. We are in our 5th week of a 7000 mile trip. We are averaging between 15 and 16 MPG. The ride is so comfortable we prefer it over our other two cars. It is no problem to do 10 and 11 hour drives when we need to.
We received positive comments about the look of our Roadtrek from over 50 people. We gave tours to at least a dozen couples and told them how pleased we are with this RV. We would buy one again in a heartbeat. Thank you for making the 210.
...it is all you need to be able to comfortably travel around the country... I'm not sure why anyone would buy anything else if they want to cruise the country a lot in comfort and style. This is our first major trip in our Roadtrek, we are already planning the next one.
Greg & Bev Lange, Cincinnati, Ohio
Just like you folks to know the gas mileage we got after our trip to... We drove just 464 miles over two mountain passes... with a calculated average of 16.2 MPG.
Frans Eykel, Cathlamet, Washington
...off we go to test out the 210. 250 miles, averaged 13.7 MPG running 60 MPH or so. Not bad for a new motor... I told them how pleased I was with the Roadie and thanked them... That's what I call customer support... I never got that kind of support from anyone in Indiana... I have looked at this machine very closely and the workmanship is at a very high level. By the way, everything worked as designed on the first weekend trip.
Charles Schlough, Edmond, Oklahoma
We took a 5700 mile trip the fuel mileage ranged from 14.2 to 16.1 MPG. I'm a retired Cadillac tech working in a Chevy store. I own a Cadillac, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Chevy Van (Chinook Conversion) and a Roadtrek. We would rather drive our Roadtrek than any of our other vehicles. Roadtrek is truly the Cadillac of Camper Vans. It rides better than our Cadillac and gets better gas mileage. I recommend it to all my friends, and hope to sell a couple units for you.
We are very happy we chose to buy a Roadtrek.
Robert Worth, San Dimias, California
I'm 59, single wanting to travel, I needed something small but well equipped. After seeing the Roadterk and viewing the video, you exceeded my expectations!
I just finished a 6 week trip to the Southwest, I met a couple living in a 38' Tradewinds with living room slider. After visiting and thinking about their RV versus mine, I decided I would only wish for a bigger bath facility but not enough to give up other pluses. I found I was getting about the same MPG as people in vans with no living facilities. They had to get a motel room, haul in luggage, and eat out. The people were envious that all I had to do was connect water, power and always had my own bed.
Met some other Roadtreks on the road, NO negative comments. I plan on driving to the east coast this summer/fall and hope for a tour of Roadtrek [factory].
Thanks for all your help, a great machine, and Love My Roadtrek!
Robert Cox, Sacramento, California
We've been researching lots of vehicles over the years, and never found one that seemed "just right" until Jean showed us your brochure and told us about the trip she was planning in one of your motorhomes. We both instantly felt that we had found the perfect vehicle for our tour! Not too big, not too small, but JUST RIGHT!!! Good gas mileage, plenty of storage space for musical instruments and puppets, small enough to drivability Comfortably, but so well-planned and well-made that we could see ourselves (and our small dogs) traveling in comfort and style...
Kate Schuerch, Hilo, Hawaii
This is my fourth motor home RV and it is the only one that has been trouble free. Not a single problem---and good gas mileage to boot.
James Wylly, Savannah, Georgia
Best value for the price; most complete facilities for size, Roadtrek 170-Popular; most suitable interior design; excellent fuel economy despite sufficient power.
Kenneth Beers, Dayton, Ohio
This is a note of "Thanks". We had 4 RVs. Approaching our middle age (Ha!) at the age of 71, we wanted to get away from the big gashogs we had. We researched the situation and fell in love with your motorhomes, we traded our old, blew our savings and became happy owners of a 190-Popular... In this world wrought with uncertainties we found a certainty! Should we live that long (Ha!) our next RV will be a "[Roadtrek]"! Our sincere: "Thank You very much!"
Josef Mayer, Columbus, Ohio
[We] sold our home... Six months and [25,000 miles] later we returned [home]. The Roadtrek was phenomenal. Its layout and features allowed us great flexibility in our travels... The Roadtrek went everywhere and anywhere, with ease. It was comfortable, easy to drive, great mileage, great sleeping comfort and was spacious enough that even our 80 pound Lab was no trouble. In 6 months we spent all of 5 days in a motel!! ...we were completely inexperienced, but with the Roadtrek's extensive and user-friendly systems, RVing was a treat right from day one. Lest I forget, talk about holding its value: we sold our Roadtrek two years after we bought it for within $1200 of what we paid for it!! What more can I say. The Roadtrek is one beautiful machine.
Lynda & David MacMahon, North York, Ontario
We had a [4 year old] Roadtrek which gave us excellent performance and good gas mileage. After driving close to 10,000 miles in and around Alaska from Denham Springs [Louisiana], we decided a large motor home would be better. We bought a [new] Class A 28', drove it to Colorado for a month, came home and placed our order for a [new] Roadtrek.
John Henderson, Denham Springs, Louisiana
We covered a total of 7000 miles in 20 days and thoroughly enjoyed every mile... The Roadtrek performed admirably throughout the trip, and at no time did we wish we were traveling in any other type of RV. We are convinced that for 2 or 3 people the Roadtrek 170 is the perfect vehicle, combining all the best features of a large camping rig with the worry-free maneuverability of a van... Camping in the Roadtrek was so simple and convenient. No jacks to struggle with, and so easy to park and level. The primitive campsites were the simplest of all. Just pull in and the fully self-contained unit is all set. ...the bed was far better than we had dared hope for in a camping unit.
My wife and I highly recommend the Roadtrek 170 as a money saving combined camping rig/second car option to anyone interested in part-time excursions into the great outdoors... Thank you all for building such a fine and attractive motorhome as the Roadtrek 170. Keep up the good work and HAPPY TREKKING to all.
James & Julie Mager, Ishpeming, Michigan
In 1959 my wife and I bought an 18' Airstream trailer, two years later I retired... Through the next 30 years we owned 4 more Airstreams and towed them a total 239,232 miles and spent 2997 days away from our home RVing... In 1989, we sold our last trailer and bought a 27' motorhome and soon found ourselves towing a Toyota. Soon I realized that was no way to travel... Too, all the highways are under repair... We considered travel in our 27' dual-wheeled motorhome excessively hazardous.
Why choose the small Roadtrek - considerations like safety, ease of handling, parking and fuel costs, servicing costs, parts availability, garaging, neighborhood tolerance, storing, squeezing through tight places, height bulk & weight considerations... Our 37 years of RVing and our ages has cut our trips shorter and allowed Roadtrek to perfectly fill the bill for us.
Milton Johnson, Roff, Oklahoma
From its clever, compact and quality use of every inch of space to its sleek look, from the back roads of the Northwest to the busy streets of DC and the narrow lanes of New England, the Roadtrek accommodated our needs for comfort, charm, performance and economy. We love it!... RV shows led me to believe I needed more than 19 or 21 feet for fulltiming. We ended up with a larger motorhome for awhile... Then... we down sized to the 19 foot Roadtrek. It has served us well for over a year now. We are able to travel easily with no tow vehicle. Our mileage is better, our insurance lower, and best of all, I can and do drive it. It takes us to beautiful places, to visit lots of wonderful family, and to the local supermarket...
Gael P. Mustapha, Green Valley, Arizona
LOVE IT!!!! Its beauty, craftsmanship, value, layout, size, gas mileage, driveability on highway. Amazed every time we take it out.
Nancy Cramer, Guyton, Georgia
We were scheduled to go to the Calgary Stampede and a convention in Spokane, Washington in July with our class 'A' motor home. Well, we got our Roadtrek in June and were concerned about a month long trip in a smaller unit. But how great it was: the ease of driving, much more economical, we could go further and faster than 16 other units we were with, and we had everything they had.
Clarence & Helen Stone, Mohave Valley, Arizona
We have been happy owners of a new Roadtrek Motorhome van (170-Popular with the armoire)... After being a previous owner of a larger motorhome we can truly give a true assessment. It definitely has the comfort and conveniences we desire, and the main pluses are the ease of driving, being able to park anywhere, and the economical operation.
Joe & Lenna Barrett, Pryor, Oklahoma
[Why did you select a Roadtrek?] Let me count the ways: Storage space, showers, layout, interior space, gas stove, generator, aerodynamic design, mileage claim, counter space, features the other vehicles lacked.
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After a 4 year search and making comparisons, I got a unit that gets good gas mileage, can be easily garaged, is easy to handle and has all the features of the big rigs.
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