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Dec 30, 2015 Voted Most Helpful Review 2015 Keystone Avalanche 361TG

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This is the perfect RV for a family that loves camping together. Perfect for cooking inside or outside. Plenty of room for everyone. Pulls easy, sets up easy. The perfect way to camp for the weekend or weeks at a time. The service on this RV has been nothing but a great experience.
- Cheryl Wear, Georgia

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Sep 21, 2015 Voted Most Helpful Review 2012 Keystone Avalanche 330RE

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Keystone Avalanche is top of the line. Very easy towing and excellent braking system. The 4 slide-outs erase any idea of being cramped up. I could live in this as a home. Because of it's size, it is classified as a second home and can be used as that for tax purposes.
- Jay Beghtel, Indiana

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Feb 19, 2017 2017 Keystone Avalanche 300RE

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Presently using the new RV. On first impression, there seems to br plenty of storage, drawers, cabinets, ect. Not so, They are all small and not too deep. The batheoom is
very small and storage almost non existent. There is no place for a towel rack. Advertised as year round use, but in my opinion, it may be good for a weekend, but certainly not for extended use like I need. I made a mistake buying this one. On the plus side, very easy setup, light to pull, and the large refrigerator is very good. There is very good storage in the basement.
- A. Means, Georgia

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Oct 08, 2015 2016 Keystone Avalanche 380FL

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It says that you can sleep 8 but in fact you can only sleep 4. The two sofa bed up front cant be open at the same time. Very poor design for a 82000$ fifth wheel. Other than that i like my floor plan.
- Gaetrich, New Brunswick

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Dec 31, 2015 2015 Keystone Avalanche 361TG

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Plenty of room for kids or grandkids. The half bath is a great feature for not having to track through the camper all day. The outside kitchen is great for keeping some cooking smells out side. Perfect family experience. The basement TV is a must during football season the satalite helps get the channels you need. Lots of storage.
- Wear, Georgia

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Sep 02, 2016 2015 Keystone Avalanche 355RK

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Very poor quality. Too many things that have broken to list them all. Screws are loose and caused lights over island to break. Air conditioners do not keep cool. A screw on a slide was sticking down and scratched the floor. Shelves in the kitchen broke. Ladder pulling off the back of the camper. Every shelf in the door of the fridge cracked/broke and the doors are hard to close. Shower head control fell apart. Radio does not have good reception. Bed was not attached to slide out wall and slid which pulled out wires. For being a supposedly higher end Keystone product this 5th wheel is cheaply made. Takes months to get any thing fixed...not sure if this is Keystone or the dealer or both. We will never buy a Keystone product again!! Nor will we recommend Keystone to anyone. Loved the layout/floor plan but nothing else. Be careful when considering a Keystone.
- Lynda Pfeiffer, Colorado

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Feb 16, 2017 2014 Keystone Avalanche 355RK

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I bought a brand new 355 RK and still love the design and livability. The problem has been with assembly quality and the furnace. I have had the board replaced 3 times and still have issues. The slide in the back for the counter catches the cabinet handles and busted the wood trims. Wiring in the undercarriage is horrible, water and drain fittings come apart and the "insulated" tanks underneath are a joke.
I still love the camper but I have spent a lot of time and a decent chunk of money turning the camper into what I thought I was buying. I work construction and live in it 95% of the time. Just be prepared to rework whatever you buy. It is just typical these days.
- John Crunkleton, South Carolina

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