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Voted Most Helpful Review 2012 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite M23RB Ford E350

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We scaled down from a Diesel Pusher to make it easier for us to continue traveling and camping. We got more for the money than we expected. Holiday Rambler did a great job of getting a lot of motorhome in a small package. It is self contained and dry camps nicely. On the road it handles nicely and the mileage at around 10 mpg towing our Honda CRV was a plus. For us the king bed over the cab is used primarily for storage. It is one of the things we really liked from the start. The bath room is compact but at 6 feet tall the shower works! One big compromise is the queen bed in the rear corner. It is very comfortable once you climb in but doing it is work! Over all it is a great scale down rig!!
- , California

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Voted Most Helpful Review 1988 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 177SS

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This is a great Unit. Built extremely well, the Ford platform drives terrific, tows anything you need with the 460, goes about 8-10 MPG. Great Choice.
- , California

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Dec 03, 2016 2014 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite XL

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Easy towing, outdoor kitchen is convenient and lots of storage! The Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 217RB Ultra provides a great deal of features in an affordable priced trailer. The quality is high and the manufacturer is well known for quality since the 50s.
- , California

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Mar 28, 2016 2014 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 207S

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This is a great TT that is well equipped for its size and has many upgraded features. It has everything you need in a weight than can be towed by most vans, SUVs and pickups. I tow with an SUV and I sometimes forget it's back there. I would recommend this trailer for anyone shopping this category.
- , Nevada

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Apr 23, 2016 2014 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 207S

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Excellent trailer for a small family. Good build quality. Supreme package offers many upgraded features. Very attractive- we get lots of compliments. Everything you could want in a compact ultra-lite trailer. Tows easily with our Tahoe.
- , California

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Dec 16, 2014 2012 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 23RB

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Excellent dry camper.The small size makes it very easy to get into small camping spaces.
The livability is a big short coming, especially after many Class A motorhomes. The drivability is OK but nothing special. The bottom line is we bought it to downsize and the compromises that go with it.
- , California

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Dec 15, 2014 1998 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 29CF

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We purchased a used one so will try not to color this review with that aspect. Very good structurally. Exterior walls-very good. I like that all the lights run on 12 volt, so even when camping all lights work off the battery and we are not in the dark. The water pump is very steady in this older model so I'm sure the newer ones are even better. I don't care for the floor plan but that is a personal thing. Also I do not like that there is no basement storage. There are two doors outside that go under each bed, but they were so inconvenient I no longer use them.I took out the enclosed beds, built two twins that are open underneath and just slide things under the bed. Basement storage would be much better. Bathroom is very small, but usable. The worst thing about this trailer is the location of the plumbing under the bathroom sink because the electrical cord is pushed in under there and so does not seal well to the outside. I prefer a detachable cord. I also don't like that the patio awning arm goes right across the bedroom window and then does not even shade the rear door that goes under the bed. This is the second Holiday Rambler I have owned.
- , Oregon

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Nov 11, 2016 1990 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite XL

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Really a Great 25' RV! Purchased in March, 2016, from an elderly gentleman, this 25' Class A Coach had 57k miles and had sat for several years. With rust in the gas tank from a rusty fuel sender/pump and minor leaky seals. The rust proved the biggest problem; requiring several gas filters, an in-tank fuel sender/pump assembly, an in-line fuel pump, and several tanks of gas with fuel system cleaner (they performed about the same). Changed the shocks, added steering stabilizer and seal expander to oil, some fluids changed, and off we go!!
- , Arizona

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Aug 22, 2016 1985 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite XL

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During my 30+ years of continuous use of this motorhome, it never failed to handle the on or off pavement challenges; from Death Valley to the high mountain passes of the Rockies and Sierras; from Key West to Alaska while providing me a comfortable shelter from weather extremes and pleasant living quarters.
- , Texas

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