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Class C RV Rentals Map Colorado Springs, CO

Class C RV Rentals In Colorado Springs Colorado

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Top Rated Class C Motorhome Rentals In Colorado Springs, CO

2006 Fleetwood Jamboree GT
$165
Colorado Springs
2017 Jayco Redhawk 31XL
$220
Colorado Springs
2019 Coachmen Leprechaun
$220
Colorado Springs
2016 Coachmen Freelander
$150
Colorado Springs
2017 Forest River Forester
$230
Colorado Springs
2018 Jayco Greyhawk Prestige
$230
Colorado Springs

Rent a Class C RV in Colorado Springs

Search and compare Colorado Springs Colorado Class C RV rental prices, reviews, and photos. Get the best deal on Class C RVs for rent in Colorado Springs Colorado. RVshare has the largest selection of Class C motorhomes in the Colorado Springs area so you're guaranteed to find the perfect RV for your next road trip.

Colorado Springs Colorado Class C RV Rental Reviews

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Jerry and Martina made the process super easy. The rv was just as described. The rv ran great and had everything we needed. The communication was great. Would definitely rent this unit again.

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Awesome experience! Blake was great! The RV was very comfortable for our long road trip.

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The following captures all the issues experienced with renting an RV from the RVShare website. All damages listed and issues experienced were pre-existing prior to taking ownership of the RV. Everything is listed will be on the return form which will be provided to the owners when they pick up their RV at 3:00 pm MST. Supporting pictures will be provided on a separate email. Please add this information to my account for the record. POC: Adrian Roy RV Rental Date Inquiry: August 2019 RV Rental Dates: October 31, 2019 – November 12, 2019 Due to funds already spent (Approximately $2500) for events in TX and AZ and no time to find another RV as well as another snowstorm in the near future I had no options but to use their RV. All damage and issues with this RV were prior to using the RV for my paid timeframe. I contacted owners Claire & Steve from Elbert, CO to inquire about renting their RV in August 2019. I was never informed that their RV’s leveling system was broken or that their windows by the two bunk beds were broken and required duct tape on the outside of their RV. During the period from August 2019 – October 2019 the owners never mentioned the above issues were ongoing. The owners stated that when they arrived at their mechanic’s on the day they were delivering the RV to my house it was known at that time the leveling system was still broken and the windows still inoperable. The owners failed again to call me prior to delivering their RV of the continuing problem until it was delivered. Prior to delivering their RV on October 28, 2019 I reached out to them to recommend delivering their RV a day early because there was a snowstorm arriving on Monday and it more than likely be impossible to delivered their RV on the scheduled day. They did deliver their RV on Sunday although during the hours of darkness and 20 degrees, which made inspecting their RV more difficult. The next morning I inspected the RV and noticed the following. If I would have been aware of the issues with the owners RV I would not have rented their RV. I suspect the owners deliberately excluded the issues with their RV because they knew no one would rent it. Both front tire were bald and unsafe to drive their RV from Colorado to Texas, Texas to AZ, and AZ back to Colorado Springs, CO. The owners did pay to install to new tires on Tuesday (Pictures provided to RVShare) but failed to mention the condition of the RV tires. It would seem reasonable that the owners should have known their RV front tires were not safe to drive their RV thousands of miles. I believe if I would have not conducted a complete inspection of the RV I would have driven the RV and more than likely had issues that could result in injuries if a tire blew out at 65-70 miles per hour. The RV did need an alignment, but the owner’s did not have one completed. Two broken windows on the outside of the RV bunkbeds (Pictures proved to RVShare). The RV generator had zero oil and on a regular basis continued to shut off, which is a protection of the generator engine. I purchased three quarts of oil for the generator at about 11:30 pm which cost me $22 for the oil and $60 for a ride because we were already parked on the infield of the Texas Motor Raceway with no vehicle to travel outside in the local town. Damage to bottom left & right rear of RV (Damage was on departure form). Cabinet door had a four-inch crack (Pictures provided to RVShare). AC unit did not work in AZ, with the average temperature was 85 degrees and 92 degrees in the RV (picture included). This was a major issue would took away the enjoyment of the RV as well as four days at an event. The RV battery would not hold a charge. The battery was checked and had several battery cells dead. The generator had to be used throughout the trip because the battery was useless. This issue took away from the enjoyment of the RV. The RV leveling system was broken on delivery. Scratch mark on the kitchen sink door. Damage on wood trim between the bunkbeds and master bedroom Both RV seats had above average wear & tear Wood trim on top bunkbed worn out Broken vents on the inside of the RV AC unit Shower head holder broken Master bedroom shade damaged

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