Traveland RV Review

Rated 2.3 / 5 from 1 reviews

Editors Review

Traveland RV, one of the biggest RV dealers in Canada, continues to be a family-owned and operated company, with a rental fleet that consists of 2-season motorhomes and travel trailers. 

About

Traveland RV is family owned and operated. The wide variety of RV rental options makes this 40-year old and counting RV dealer a popular choice. Though they have four locations across Canada, they only rent RVs from their Langley BC branch. Going the extra mile, the company provides special arrangements for those arriving overseas. Also, you can get an estimate in an instant through their online quote, along with 360 virtual tours of the RVs. 

Fleet

A feature to brag, Traveland RV has around 200 RVs for rent, most of which are Winnebago, Newmar, Jayco,  and Prime Time models. Also, the company constantly offers a modern fleet because their premium, fuel-efficient diesel vehicles are two seasons only. Towing is not allowed, as well as pets. Still, with an extensive array of Class A, B, and C motorhomes, you’ll get to choose what unit suits you. 

Vehicles

Era Van Conversion

Small and easy-to-drive, the Era Van is fuel-efficient. Built on a Mercedes Sprinter 3500 chassis, this unit may be petite but it takes you to a whole new level of adventure. A fully-furnished motorhome, this 2+1 berth is equipped with rear twin beds that convert to a queen bed, and a sofa bed for an extra passenger. A pedestal table is positioned in between the ultra-leather swivel front seats for coffee sessions or late night talks. 

Class C Winnebago Navion

Another smaller units are the Navion series, both in diesel motorhomes at 25’. The 2-3 berth Navion with dual slides is ideal for starting families, with its rear queen bed, dinette bed, skylight with shade, and power roof vent in the bathroom. The 4 berth Navion, on the other hand, spotlights its U-shaped dinette bed with footrests, cabover bed, and TV location on top of the kitchen sink.

Class C Fuse

Accenting a rear slide-out to give more room at the bedroom, the 24’ Fuse motorhome is based on a Ford Transit cutaway chassis, making it suitable for adventure seekers. The exterior nose styling allows you to smoothly maneuver even on the windy routes. There may be a small walking area between the Flex Bed system and dinette bed, but you’ll get more than enough storage for your needs, plus entertainment center at the rear bedroom. 

Class C Spirit

This 23’ Class C is highly recommended for a simple family of 4. Featuring a rear corner double bed, cabover double, and convertible dinette, there are enough sleeping options for the entire group. Even with the limited interior, there’s still a space for all facilities and even a wardrobe. Not only that, you can store your extra belongings in the rear storage trunk.

Class C Itasca

These Itasca models range from 27’ to 32’, hence suitable for small up to large families up to 8. The smallest may have 1 to 2 slide-outs and either a U-shaped dinette or a traditional face-to-face dining table. If you’re with your kids, you can opt for the bunk-style Itasca at 31’ or 32’. Depending on the model, the unit could have a full-wall slide or 2 slides but both are furnished with a large rear queen bed, wardrobe with dressers, full bathroom, and large kitchen.

Class C Melbourne

A recent addition to the Class C category, this 25’ motorhome is a great choice for families up to 5. Yep, it’s small but highly functional! It comes with everything you need for a nice and cozy road trip. Equipped with a slide-out, the interior is not that cramped. Plus, it’s fuel-efficient because of features a Mercedes turbo-diesel. The U-shaped dinette becomes a single bed while the cab-over area transforms into a double bed. The permanent bed inside is at the rear. 

Class A Newmar

The 31’ Class A Jayco comfortably cater to up to 6 persons. With one full wall slide, this means that there’d be more space inside for everyone onboard. At the back, there’s a private bedroom with large wardrobe, dresser, and a TV. The jack-knife sofa becomes a spacious sleeping area for two with nice entertainment set.

Insurance

The security deposit and insurance deductible amount to $5,000, if you don’t avail of their VIP insurance for an added daily fee. If you opt to spend an extra amount daily for your safety, your security deposit will be reduced to $300 to $750, depending on the circumstances. 

Reputation

When it comes to legit and reputable RV dealers in Canada, you’ll hear Traveland RV more than once. As a company who has stood the test of time, this family-operated business is a reliable go-to RV shop for your RV needs, from sales to rent and everything in between. There may be few negative reviews but they are still popular in the country.

Summary

Traveland’s wide range of modern, rental inventory can give you a great run for your money. And this family business has been proving that for many decades already.

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Pros

  • Popular RV business in Canada
  • Plenty of newer motorhomes
  • Also offers trade, parts, service, and finance

Cons

  • Only one depot
  • Mixed reviews

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1 Review

"Good RV but poor service"

  • Reviewed 1 year ago

good camper but poor service. As a deposit, the costs are not reserved on your credit card, but are immediately debited. As a result, you pay transaction costs as a customer. Attempts to reclaim this are dismissed. They blame the bank, while the fault lies with Traveland. Lousy service.

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