Over all review for this brand/model quality was excellent with being built well from what I've experienced. But I give credit to my dealership from where I purchased. From the knowledgeable friendly staff, that took the time to help us choose & answer questions and not push us into buying something we didn't need or want helped us make our decision. We've been camping very frequently in our TT for all of the summer in 2016 with this make & model#. I'd say to anyone who might ask me about my camper to try Forest River's COACHMEN APEX 250RLS Ultra Light out. BUT find a very well knowledgeable dealership before purchasing. This dealership really goes over , inspecting the campers well before they are put out on the lot before there sold. So many times I've read reviews on people how they don't do there homework on a dealership/camper shopping but going on brand name alone can not cut it with me. All I'm saying is make sure you're dealership takes care of you & is by far the key ingredient who does what they say & does what's best for the purchaser!!! That will keep'em coming back in future sales, building a trusting relationship for generations to come. COUNTRY ROADS RV CENTER LEXINGTON,N.C.
- Todd S., North Carolina
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Aug 06, 20162012 Coachmen Apex Ultra-Lite 215RBK
Driving / Towing
Overall the quality of the RV was great, but there were some really cheap minor quality issues that were weird to me. Example: High quality privacy glass on windows, window operating system work well, then the little knob that operates it strips out because its cheap plastic. Example cargo doors work well but the clip to hold them open is cheesy plastic that rapidly deteriorates in sunlight. Example: Plastic roof vent covers rotted after 15 months, bought some after market covers and after 2 1/2 years still in service. These items mentioned were not expensive to repair, but after market prices were cheaper than using parts from dealer and were of much better quality. What is up with that?