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Nov 05, 2015 Voted Most Helpful Review 2015 Itasca Reyo 25P

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Quality Motorhome with great balance of room and drivability. While large enough for long term occupancy size allows you to access most sites in Federal Parks and others locations where larger rigs can't go. Large slide out really opens unit up so you don't feel like you are in a narrow vehicle. Class A design smoothly incorporates front seats into living area. Good counter space and two door refrigerator enhances kitchen. 2nd tv in bedroom area, with privacy curtain, provides more flexible viewing options. Nice size bathroom with large door. Large lit wardrobe (part of slide out) makes it convenient. Great interior storage both at eye level and under beds. Many exterior storage compartments (all locking) two with LED lights, one designed to hold two sets of golf clubs. Latest Mercedes Benz F50 Sprinter chassis ensures smooth, enjoyable driving experience and quality throughout.
- Scott Malan, Florida

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Nov 04, 2015 Voted Most Helpful Review 2013 Itasca Reyo 25T

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I love the Reyo 25T for many reasons. Number one is for the drivability of the unit. It is so easy to drive, no more worrying about getting in and out of gas stations, parking lots, or which roads I can drive down. The 25 t has double the outside storage of the other Reyo models. Gas mileage averages 15-16 mpg. I have spent two winters AZ living in mine and haven't felt cramped. This is a great RV.
- Sue, Colorado

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May 23, 2016 2014 Itasca Reyo 25P

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This is such an easy RV to drive! Way better than other RV's we owned in the past that felt like driving a boat. It also gets much better gas mileage at about 15 miles per gallon. We also love the separate beds, a double in the back, a single mid-way through and a queen loft over the drivers seat so folks can sleep spread out.
The kitchen is large with plenty of counter space to prepare meals, something our last RV did not have so this was a huge improvement. And access to the bathroom convenient for everyone.
At 25 feet it's a real nice manageable size to handle even for older folks.
There is lots of waist high storage on the outside that makes it easy getting things in and out as well.
One of my favorite features is the automatic levelers and slide out. Once parked this RV was ready to use in only a couple minutes with these features!
- Mary Harter, Montana

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Sep 22, 2016 2014 Itasca Reyo 25P

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This is a unit for fun. Fun to drive there and play for a few days. Easy to set up. Everything works and is handy giving plenty of room and storage for toys. For very long stays privacy could be an issue.
- Linda P.Bailey, Washington

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Nov 04, 2015 2013 Itasca Reyo 25T

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We have lived in this RV for a three month stretch and we did just fine but a 25 ft. Motorhome is not ideal for livability that is why I rated it three stars. On the other hand I have been very pleased with the quality of the motorhome, we have had some bugs to work out and don't let anyone tell you that their RV has not had any bugs, they all do but ours have been minor and have been repaired under warranty without any issue. I rated warranty four stars only because I believe all RVs should have a longer warranty than one year because many people don't use them enough the first year to find all the bugs.

Now the great stuff, the Reyo is so easy to drive and so comfortable you don't even feel like you are driving a motorhome. In many cases we can find on street parking or park in parking lots easily so we do not tow a vehicle. On one trip we rented a car for a couple days but only because we were in the area for awhile and it was more convenient.

The floor plan in the 25t provides either twin beds or a pull out in the center converts it to a queen size and the mattresses in this unit are extremely comfortable. This floor plan really does make great use of space and we can move around and live in it very easily. The manufacturer list this as sleeping three but really unless the third person is a child you wouldn't want to try it.
We travel with two adults and a small non-shedding hypo-allergenic dog and we love it.

Now you ask why are they getting rid of it, well we have a Chevy Silverado 2500 that we used to tow a fifth wheel with that just sits in the garage and we decided we should get a small travel trailer instead so we could use the truck.
- Pat Shiner, Colorado

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Feb 03, 2015 2012 Itasca Reyo 25Q

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This is a great unit for it's size. I have gotten as high as 19 MPG driving 55mph. I normally average between 15-16 MPG driving 65-70 MPH. The unit handles well with almost no wind issues. Our biggest complaint is no shower door only a curtain which is difficult to keep closed while showering. My other issue is with the utility-storage doors opening bottom up. It would be much easier to access the cabinet if the doors opened from side to side. We moved down from a 36 foot Tiffin Phaeton and overall have been very satified. We are in our third year of use with this unit.
- AC, Vermont

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