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Class B RV Rentals In Colorado Springs Colorado

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Top Rated Class B Campervan Rentals In Colorado Springs, CO

2012 Itasca Navion 24M - Unlimited Miles - $235/nt! - Very Popular Nimble Class - Diesel Power, Satellite Radio, Garmin GPS, Apple TV, Linens, Pots, Pans, Full Cookware
$235
Colorado Springs
2018 Forest River Forester Super B
$185
Colorado Springs
2018 Airstream Tommy Bahama
$279
Wheat Ridge
1988 Volkswagen Vanagon Full Camper
$225
Lakewood
1988 Volkswagon Vanagon
$185
Lakewood
2018 Winnebago Travato
$245
Littleton

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Colorado Springs Colorado Class B RV Rental Reviews

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This is definitely a 1 person vehicle. It was way smaller that we expected and the cabinets were full of useless stuff.

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Brian was amazing at explaining everything about the van. He was extremely accommodating and a very nice person who communicates quickly. The van was spot on from the ad. He loads it with everything you will need so you just have to show up with your clothes and food. It was super comfortable and easy to use. We loved everything about it and the entire experience!!

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We had a great trip in this van! It's a 2018 Winnebago Travato built on a Ram ProMaster. It's more compact than other styles of RV, looks waaaay cooler, gets much better mileage, and was comfortable for three grown men and a nine-year old boy. Granted, only one of us could move around in the thing at a time. It would be best for two adults and one or two smallish kids. The single rooftop solar panel (and charging off the alternator while driving) kept the batteries in good shape. We never drained them completely, and only used the generator a couple of times to run the microwave. If there's one appliance I'd swap out, it's the microwave. I'd much rather have a toaster oven if we're going to run the genny anyway. The beefed up tires and front-wheel drive handled pretty well in the snow and on forest service roads. It's not a four-wheel drive vehicle though, and you won't forget that. When the front wheels loose traction, you know it right away. Generally speaking though, we felt safe when others were sliding off the road, so it can definitely handle some snow and ice. The engine is under-powered, especially in the mountains, BUT the trade-off is good mileage. We got excellent mileage considering all the up and down driving. Overall, we made some awesome memories on our trip, and this van was a big part of that. Brian was awesome, the van was awesome, Colorado was awesome. Highly recommended!

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Very friendly, honest, straightforward. Will use again and recommend to friends.

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