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2008 Keystone Passport
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"Lightweight, fuel efficient travel trailers - don't travel without your passport"

2008 Keystone Passport exterior

Keystone say:  "With customer demand for lightweight, fuel-efficient travel trailers at an all-time high, the Passport ultra-light finds favor with families who want to maximize fuel efficiency but maintain all of the conveniences of a well appointed, feature-packed RV. You’ll never want to travel without your Passport."

2008 Keystone Passport interior

The 2008 Keystone Passport comes in four lengths between 22'7" and 30'7".

There are 7 floorplans available and we show 3 of these below: 


2008 Keystone Passport 200QS
This is the shortest Passport with an overall length of22'7".

2008 Keystone Passport floorplan 200QS

2008 Keystone Passport 240QS
More than 3 feet longer with a good use of the extra length
(These floorplans - to maximize the space and make them as easy as possible to look at - are not shown to the same scale of course ..)

2008 Keystone Passport floorplan 240QS

2008 Keystone Passport 285RL
30'7" long with a slideout giving an even more spacious feeling.  A beautiful layout.

2008 Keystone Passport floorplan 285RL

2008 Keystone Passport interior - looking rear
Another view of the beautiful interior
 
2008 Keystone Passport interior kitchen arrangement 2008 Keystone Passport storage
Lots of storage!
Just some of the features of the 2008 Keystone Passport:
    • Welded, Aluminum Frame, Laminated Walls with Polystyrene Block Foam Insulation
    • Gel-coat Fiberglass Skin
    • Large Galley Window
    • Wide range of optional extras available


   What do you think? - add your comments here

Readers comments:
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BK :   My husband and I bought a 2014 Keystone Passport on 6-10-14 from Happy Trails RV in Lumberton , Texas. We took our first trip in it on 6-12-14 to New Mexico. On 6-20-14 we put our power Solera awning out,this was the third or fourth time to do so - it would not retract back in. We had to google how to see how to manually retract it. Thank goodness we were at an RV park that we got phone service. It was not simple or easy for 4 people in our mid 60's to put manually retract it with a power drill and ladder , that thank goodness the RV park let us use ! We had to bungee cord it for our trip back to Texas. This ruined an other wise great trip. Re-thinking traveling with a travel trailer for our retirement years. I will not ever buy another Keystone , solera awning or from Happy Trails RV in Lumberton , Texas. By the way, we brought Happy Trails our travel trailer on 6-30-14 with the problem awning. Finally went to pick it up 7-28-14, tried the awning before we left --they were already hooking the trailer up to the truck and I decided to try the awning, the service guy said -"oh, it works , I tried it 3 times." Told him I wanted to try it before bringing it home. It went out and WOULD NOT retract back in !!! Did the same thing it did on our trip. We told them to unhook the trailer and keep it till fixed. As of today 8-15-14 , after many calls to Keystone and Happy Trails RV, we still don't have our travel trailer. Fixing to go get it and see what we can do legally. Sad it has to come to this, it they would just take care of their customers. This is one former customer. Very disappointed in these companies customer service.

Roger Wright :   I have had problems with my unit and get the runaround with the mfg. of this product. Electrical not sufficient enough to run all of your ammenities properly together. Axles left our camper stranded in florida. Cost of fuel cost us over 500.00 for the return trip not to mention reservation cancellation. It took almost a week just for Keystone to decide if they would cover this. This camper is only a few months old and I Would DEFINITLY NOT Recommend any purchase of any Keystone Product if this is the type of service that this company provides.

cabel jone :   The Jeep Trail Edition camper is priced from US$9,995 and comes equipped with Wrangler Rubicon's 32-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires. Underneath, there's a unique torsion-bar and trailing-arm suspension.

Larry in Arizona :   2008 Outback 23' with fiberglass exterior. Exterior walls are separating and have large bubbles on front and a smaller (but still very noticable). Any advise?

dealer :   1/25/2010

Ralph J :   Really like Keystone trailers. I had a keystone zeppelin for a while and we loved it. I'm thinking about a trailer for next year and the new keystones look good.

dealer :   8/19/2009

David :   The wife and I had been looking for TT's when we found a 2009 P/P 285RLS in SC while on a return trip from GA to VA. My complaints are limited to 1-Thermostat mounted cockeyed. 2-Careless mounting of cabinet doors. 3-Careless mounting of hinges for dinette table. 4-Sloppy job of sealing the outside, sealant everywhere. 5-Front applique is peeling at the top. Other than that I have enjoyed this gem for the last 12 months.

MikeP :   We looked over the 189ML Express at the denver RV show. Liked it but wonder why their didn't put in any drawers. Hope the 199ML model had some for silverware and stuff

Kd :   we are thinking of buying a 29 ft freedom lite from camping world any one have any info

Gypsy :   I really like the looks of this travel trailer. My wife and I are 24/7 travelers. I hope where the comfy chairs are, are big enough to put her sewing equipment at.

Roger :   Bought a 2008 Keystone freedom Light 28 foot and love it. Like Keystone they make good trailers

Manjo47 :   This looks good, I want to simplify our RV I think they've got too complicated. I have a 37' 2005 Keystone Montana with 4 slides that I purchased from Mike Thompson RV Superstore. We had problems but Mike Thompson and Keystone stood behind the warranty. Good company and a good product and we're going to look at this. Thanks for the article.



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