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Old 01-23-2013, 10:04 PM   #1
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Top 5 Luxury 5th wheel Toy Haulers

I am a full timer and thinking of trading in my Class A Toy Hauler to a 5th Wheel Toy Hauler. Being a full timer I like comfort and need quality.
What do feel are the top five?
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:54 AM   #2
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The Heartland Cyclone comes highly rated. I know of several people that live in their's and they seem to like them.
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The Heartland Cyclone has a model that comes with a 14' garage. They also have rather large holding tanks. Not sure if I can talk DW into a toy hauler for full time but to me it makes a lot of sense.
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DRV Suites recently introduced their Full House toy hauler available in the Mobile and Elite Suites lines. More info HERE.

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Old 01-24-2013, 12:39 PM   #5
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Both Excel and New Horizons make a toy hauler.

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Toy Haulers

Don't forget Redwood.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:54 PM   #7
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DRV, Excel, New Horizon are the tops.

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We have a Keystone Fuzion. We bought the 323 in the Touring Edition II. We love it. It was manly enough for me yet posh enough for DW. We have room for the kids and K9 in their end and us in ours. We are looking to add a golf car and and motorcycle in the near future. I had to give up my Jeep rock crawler to let the Fiver
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I know this is an old post...by my top five (and I did a ton of research...complaints for all, etc.)...quality first, and all the extra whistles 2nd.

1. DRV, New Horizons
2. Excel
3. Evergreen Tesla
4. KZ
5. Keystone (Fuzion, and Raptor)
6. Momentum (Grand Design), Heartland Cyclone, Jayco Seismic
Dutchmen Voltage, Crossroads Elevation
7. XLR, Vengeance, Road Warrior, Palomino

There are a few others...do your own research on the construction of each because most have nice features, but there are many differences in the quality of construction. Full aluminum welded frame is the highest rated, and some use a combination of aluminum frame walls and wood truss for the roof. Different degrees of quality for the wiring and mechanical as well.

Good luck
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Howdy!

New Horizon
Space Craft
Excel
DVR
Cyclone

Would be my list and as you see we have a Cyclone 4000 we fulltime in.

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DRV, Excel, New Horizon are the tops.

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+1

All others are quite a step down (and the price reflects that).
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