2018 Coachman Freedom Express 248RBS

July 27, 2018

This week our review is of another towable. Towables of this size really are very popular and sales are soaring. This one belonged to O’Connor RV in Abbotsford BC.

Of course, as usual I love them all. I see so much potential for fun in each of them. The Coachman Freedom Express had some unique build details yet still remained in the “light” category and I did like it a lot.

The price on this trailer, at the RV show, was $36,000. We felt this was decent price and trailer was pretty nice and fairly well built. Again, there are pros and cons but we were happy with this one.

Another feature, that we didn’t discuss in the video that I do think is important, is the factory rep for Coachman really seemed to know his stuff and was available and willing to answer all of our questions. Part of a good purchase is having knowledgeable people and good service staff that are going to handle any concerns that you may have.

This trailer could be for a family or a couple and could be used for small or long trips but for the most part I envision a great family vacation for a couple of weeks or lots of weekends over the summer. I could also see Gramma and Grampa having a ball with the grandkids out at the lake.

Please feel free to scroll through the videos to get to the parts that you are most interested in. I have split them with titles as you go. Also please remember that these are just our opinions based on our research, (you can have your own) and we receive absolutely NO COMPENSATION from anyone to say anything we say. It’s just us and our thoughts and opinions.

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More about Denise

I am a RV lover. All things RV are intriguing to me right down to the little details. I love to travel, especially in the Beaver, and combining our adventures with our reviews really is having my cake and eating it too. We are rvSometimers, meaning that we do things just a little different then most RV vloggers but it just goes to show that anyone can fit into this lifestyle.

    1. Hi I met you yesterday at the grocery store, Market Street. You gave me a card for my friend. His name is Thai. We wanted to meet up with you today or in the morning if possible. He has a driving permit, but no car. He is 3’11” tall. Maybe you could guide him to a car suitable for him. His phone number is 651-497-0272. If your phone is not able to call that local number, you can use the phone at any toot and totem.

      1. Hey there, we tried calling the number and left a message. We would be happy to meet but don’t have our rental car anymore. Is there any way that Thai could come to where we are?

        Kory and Denise

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