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Top 10 RV Manufacturers 2018

RV Top Ten Buying an RV is a big deal. It costs a lot of money and you want to make sure you are getting a quality product. Every manufacturer listed below has a great track record when it comes to RVs. Keep in mind that no matter how good quality control is, there will be issues and this is why they provide warranties for their products. If you are considering buying an RV, check user reviews, speak to actual owners and do a complete walkthrough before handing over your money. This list below should help on your search for a new (or new to you) RV.

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  1. Oliver Travel Trailers
    The Oliver manufacturing plant is in Hohenwald, Tennessee which is southwest of Nashville. The is where their manufacturing experience is put to work. It takes four fiberglass shells to build the Oliver, two inner shells and two outer shells. The lower outer shell is first bolted to the aluminum frame. Some of the electrical wiring, all the plumbing lines, and the holding tanks are placed inside and the connections are made. Next the” inner bubble” is created by the bonding of the upper and lower inside shells. Inside the “bubble” created by these two shell are molded the seats, counters, cabinets and the recess for the floor. We love the small fiberglass campers and the Oliver is certainly one we would like to own. If we had one of these to camp in, we'd share tons of info and pictures about it.

  2. Tiffin
    When you drive up to our plant in Red Bay, Alabama, you won't come across a slick corporation, operated by far-flung investors. What you will find is a family business. With members of the Tiffin family on-site, working every day. For them, this is more than a business venture, they feel like it's their calling. For their family to serve your family with good service and a product you can feel proud of driving down the road. The relationships they've built with their owners over the years speak for themselves. They're unique in the industry, and they consider themselves fortunate to have gotten to know so many of you. And they are every bit as proud of the dedicated crew of craftsmen who work with them. At Tiffin, the feeling of family and commitment extends all the way down the assembly line.

  3. Lazy Daze
    Their primary objective is to build the best possible RV, not the greatest number. To utilize quality components, not the cheapest. This, in combination with their excellent manufacturing staff, has created a Lazy Daze Motorhome with outstanding durability. Unlike the "mass producers" whose sole objective is to build their coaches faster and cheaper, at Lazy Daze they strive to build "high end" quality coaches at an extremely competitive price.

  4. Winnebago
    Winnebago motor home owners take extra comfort on their many adventures knowing they are backed by the industry's best service after the sale. From extended warranties to 24-hour roadside assistance, Winnebago has the dedication to get you to your destination.

  5. Airstream
    The Airstream philosophy has always been and will always be, "Let's not make any changes, let's make only improvements!" Every inch of an Airstream has a functional purpose. There is no planned obsolescence. This is as true in today's models as it was of the first Airstream to see the light of the open road. The classic Airstream of the thirties is no museum piece. Still in use today, it is as sturdy and modern in appearance as the first day it swung into traffic. As a result, an Airstream is always "in style" conceived and constructed as a lifetime investment in happiness.



  6. Northwood Manufacturing
    Northwood Manufacturing was founded in 1993 by Ron Nash. Northwood employs close to 400 people, making them one of the largest private-sector employers in the area. Northwood Manufacturing is located just outside La Grande in Northeastern Oregon, amidst the scenic Blue Mountains.

  7. Pleasure Way
    Pleasure Way builds custom Class B motorhomes on completed Ford, Chevrolet and Mercedes chassis'. They have a very high standard for quality control, every single coach made is audited and every craftsman's work must meet their rigorous standards and testing. Pleasure Way motorhomes are sold through an established dealer network to ensure owners are able to receive assistance almost anywhere in North America. RVers looking for a Class B unit would do well to consider a Pleasure Way motorhome.

  8. Newmar
    Newmar was created by RV people for RV people. As a company, they were founded under a singular, distinct vision: to make the best RVs possible. That's because their founders, Marvin Newcomer and Marvin Miller, knew how much well-made, functional, innovative recreational vehicles mean to the people who own them. They were RV enthusiasts themselves and had experienced firsthand the passion and enthusiasm which a great RV can create.

  9. Jayco
    Jayco, Inc. was founded in 1968 by a man of strong faith and vision. The late Lloyd J. Bontrager, felt he could build the world a better RV. He longed to create a company of his own, one that clearly reflected his ideals: a company where everyone would be treated as "family".

  10. Grand Design
    Operating as an independent business within Winnebago Industries provides additional financial stability and enables them to continue Grand Design's unique way of doing business for current and future customers. Everything they do at the company is designed to build long term value in what they offer to customers, “more features and superior value for your dollar." Their focus revolves around their customers. Their local workforce has been hand-picked, and has an excellent reputation for quality craftsmanship that is second to none. They back every one of their coaches by a 3-year limited structural warranty.


This list is simply our opinion based on our personal experiences and talking with actual owners. If you enjoyed this article, please share it using the buttons that are near the top of the page.

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