The super light and super rigid frames of the Jayco Kiwi coupled with our TuffShell vacuum-bonded laminated walls, roof and floors make for easier and more aerodynamic towing. The Jayco Kiwi, everything you need and then some. Full kitchen, full bath and definitely full of fun. The perfect lightweight weekender.
Triple Slide, Rear 52x78 Bed Slideout, Angle Shower, Lav., Medicine Cabinet, 2 Wardrobes, Pantry, Double Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner Range, Refrigerator, TV Cabinet, J-Steel Sofa Slideout, U-Dinette, Storage, Front 60x78 Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 27 Ft. 1 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
5 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: Still own it. Lot's of space for storage and using. Great for a couple with or without a few kids. Great for the dogs too. The furnace is great when it's chilly and the A/C rocks when it gets too hot. I had the microwave replaced with an oven, that's a must do for late season camping straight through to the Canadian thanksgiving, there's nothing better than a turkey dinner in the trailer!! There's the bunks too, lot's of space for sleeping and they double as a place to put stuff during the day. Get your floors covered with laminate flooring for a touch of class at real small price and you'll feel like your a king! The Awning is great and easy to clean and keep clean, I wish I had of had the power awning though. The Slide out, powered, is great too, it adds that much more space to move around. I'm rambling but, the bathroom is well equipped with a small tub, sink and toilet, roof vent and heater duct so that you don't freeze while getting out of the shower. This trailer, for its price, has everything you'll need. The fridge/freezer is big enough to hold most everything you'd need for a weekend of camping, the double sinks in the kitchen area are nice too, makes you feel like you're at home. You really can't go wrong with this trailer as long as you maintain it and keep it clean.
What I'd improve: The bathroom is a tad small, would be nice to have even 5 more inches between the door and the toilet to allow for the space needed to get out of the shower and dry off. Watch your A/C tightness, make sure you check the 4 bolts to insure they are tightened enough to maintain the seal between the unit and the roof; there's a gasket that will certainly allow water in if it's not kept tight and the result is brutal. I'm not entirely crazy about the overall construction of the unit; built from the floor up, these units are built to never easily come apart so if there are problems, depending on the issue, a complete tear down will be required to simply repair your floor. That said, you'd be hard pressed to find a trailer that isn't manufactured in this fashion.
Sep 25, 2014|Brandon from Lebanon, TN
5 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: Perfect size. On a rainy day,it works great to be indoors playing games,doing art work,watching a movie,and just spending quality family time together with family. Even the beds are comfortable. Just love how light it is and conserves on gas compared to the bigger campers. Getting up is a breeze.
What I'd improve: Nothing
May 09, 2014|marshall from Hilbert, WI
5 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: Extremely roomy, and solid construction, yet light weight and easy to tow
What I'd improve: like it! can't think of a thing!
Double Slide, Rear 48x76 Bed Slideout, Shower, Wardrobe/Refrigerator, Pantry, 3 Burner Range, Kitchen Sink, U-Dinette, TV Shelf, Storage, Front Queen Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 20 Ft. 8 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
Double Slide, Rear 52x78 Bed Slideout, Tub Shower, Lav., Medicine Cabinet, Furnace/Wardrobe, Booth Dinette, Pantry Refrigerator/TV Cabinet, 3 Burner Range, Double Kitchen Sink, Storage Front 60x78 Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 21 Ft. 5 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
Double Slide, Rear 60x78 Bed Slideout, Lav, Medicine Cabinet, Tub Shower, Booth Dinette, Opt. Bunk Beds, Refrigerator/TV Cabinet, Pantry, Wardrobe, 3 Burner Range, Double Kitchen Sink, U-Dinette, Storage, Front 60x78 Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 25 Ft. 7 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
5 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: Nice size for 2 kids 2 adults, Lots of room for storage. pulls well.
What I'd improve: canvas area is cold in Northern Michigan late fall campming ,needs covers for bed areas.
Triple Slide, Rear 52x78 Bed Slideout, Bunk w/Wardrobe Below, Tub Shower, Lav., Medicine Cabinet, Double Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner Range, Refrigerator, Pantry, J-Steel Sofa Slideout, TV Shelf, Booth Dinette, Storage, Front 60x78 Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 27 Ft. 1 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
4 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: camper is very easy to setup. TONS of storage space. very good cmper if u have younger kids.
What I'd improve: the latches that secure the tip-outs during travel are not very weather friendly, they rust quickly,the plastic knob strips out very easy. the single bunk is way to high with no fall protection ,
Triple Slide, Rear 52x78 Bed Slideout, Wardrobe, Ent. Center/Storage, J-Steel Sofa/Kitchen Slideout, Booth Dinette, Double Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner Range, Refrigerator, Pantry, Wardrobe, Lav., Medicine Cabinet, Tub Shower, Wardrobe/TV Cabinet, Storage, Front 60x78 Bed Slideout, Overhead Cabinets, 29 Ft. 3 In. Exterior Campsite Length, and Much More!
5 Star Rating (2003)
What I liked most: We just bought this model and LOVE IT!!! Took 7 adults on a remote 5 day camping trip and weren't crowded a bit! Would love to find a screen porch but am having no luck via internet. Just started looking though. Help??
What I'd improve: Just would like the porch! Otherwise, loved it. The stereo was great and the outside grill was sure helpful.
Jayco, Inc. was founded in 1968 by a man of strong faith and vision. The late Lloyd J. Bontrager, family man and inventor, 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".
With encouragement from his wife Bertha, Lloyd started Jayco on their farm--in two chicken houses and a barn! He developed his own prototype camping trailer and a unique lifter system for fold-down campers, the basic design of which is patented and still in use today. By the end of 1968, his fledging company of 15 employees had sold 132 fold-down camping trailers.
Today, Jayco's "family" of employees has grown to nearly 1,500 people, while more than 25,000 people join our "extended family" of customers each year.
At Jayco, our mission statement is: Committed to being the most respected name in recreation vehicles. We will consistently build a high quality, high value, competitively priced product at acceptable margins, treat every situation with the highest level of integrity in a timely manner, and continually work to reduce total cost to achieve acceptable returns.
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