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2009 Jayco Greyhawk class C motorhome
See reader's comments and experiences at bottom of page

"With all the features you can't live without at an affordable price, the Greyhawk combines spacious floorplans with tasteful interiors so you'll feel right at home"

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Important
Important dimensions:
Exterior length 30'10" to 32'2"
  Exterior height (with A/C) 11'4", 84" ceiling height
4 floorplans are available - we show these below
GVWR 14,500 lbs
Fresh/grey/black tanks - 39/44/32 gals
Triton 6.8L EFI V-10 305 HP engine
MSRP   See dealer for pricing >>>

  
Jayco Greyhawk class C motorhome exterior 

Jayco says: "With all the features you can't live without at an affordable price, the Greyhawk combines spacious floorplans with tasteful interiors so you'll feel right at home."

The picture below shows the interior of the 31SS model (see floorplans further down this page) with the dinette and sofa in a long slide and nice kitchen arrangement.  Jayco says: "The interiors feature ample storage, convenient kitchen layouts and flexible sleeping arrangements. And with Northridge Maple cabinetry, Jayco-designed furniture and two new interior color schemes"
  

Jayco Greyhawk class C motorhome interior - living area 

 
Just some of the standards: Prep for satellite dish for roof and sidewall, 26" digital LCD TV, Ball bearing drawer guides throughout, 12V high-intensity lighting package, Carpeting with padding throughout unit, Northridge Maple cabinetry, Residential furniture, designed and made by Jayco, J-Steel sofa, Padded ceiling vinyl, Decorative bronze lighting throughout
Standard bedroom arrangement includes: Large wardrobes, Queen bed with pillow-top mattress, Quilted bedspread, Under bed storage, bed lifts easily on gas struts  

The picture below shows the kitchen arrangement of the 31SS featuring a 3-burner range and oven, 8 cubic foot refrigerator and a microwave:
 

Jayco Greyhawk class C motorhome interior - kitchen area 

Just some of the exterior features that are standard with the Greyhawk:  Exterior speakers, high-output marine grade, One piece Polyethylene storage compartments, FRP Lamilux 4000 smooth fiberglass sidewall exteriors, Carefree patio awning, Electric-powered, double entrance step, Fiberglass running boards, Heavy-duty grab handle for entry assistance, Pass-through storage compartment with light (select models), Roof ladder

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FLOORPLANS

3 of the models have 2 slides and the other, the 31SS, has one long slide with the dinette and J-Steel sofa. The 31FS model has bunk beds in a long slide that combines the bunk beds and a wardrobe arrangement with TV etc.

We show the floorplans below - click for a bigger picture:

Jayco Greyhawk class C motorhome floorplans - small picture, click for a larger picture 



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MSRP starting at $82,286
(6/09)


"With all the features you can't live without at an affordable price, the Greyhawk combines spacious floorplans with tasteful interiors so you'll feel right at home"
 
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RickWe bought our first new in December of 2009. It was a 28' class C Jayco Greyhawk. The overall appearance and the layout is great.Unfortunately, that's where it ends. The quality and the craftsmanship is terrible. They have put this thing together with the cheapest components that money can buy. I know that my next motor home WILL NOT be a Jayco!!!
Jon PThis is classy. Looks more like a class A inside. Jayco are a cool company and make a cool product.
AndyBeautiful. I've good experience with Jayco. I had a Jayco Flight travel trailer for years. Going to look at this.
CB in Michigan The 08 Geyhawk 31 SS is our first RV and we did our homework before buying. Jayco reputation is well earned with the features and value for $ they put into their products. 2 year warranty is the best as well. Dealer is even more important than manufacturer. Been extremely satisfied with the unit. You have to make sure the slide seals are properly set or you can get some rain leaks .... but not hard to do at all. 5 out of 5 rating
BarbiedollWe love Jayco. We have had 3 jayco trailers; a 96n26 ft, a a designer 35 ft at a permanent summer campsite, and finally, an older 95 pop up we bought to run around in Wy and Mt. it even had a gas heater, and when we got caught in a surprize snow in Utah in Oct, we actually used the heater. We survived amidst the 40 ft Motorhomes. This looks good. Go jayco.
Ken and Penny RomfordJayco class Cs are the way to go. We traded our class A for a 2009 Jayco Melbourne 29D class C and so far I think it's one of the best things we've done! 3 slides and I really think it has everything we've ever had before and we've had 3 A's and one B. Our last A was diesel (Fleetwood), it was really good but I think the Ford Triton gas engine in the Melbourne is remarkable. We've been up and down really steep climbs with no problems whatsoever. Recommend Jayco.
Jennie DubnerWe've had 3 Jayco's. We had a 99 Designer, a 2003 Kiwi and now we have a 2008 Jay Flight. All quality. I recommend Jayco and wouldn't buy anything else.
Steve & PamJayco - Quality Quality Quality. We have a 1997 Jayco MH. 21' Only thing we'd change -- needs a stationary bed. Wish it was a little bigger. Drives easily. Love the new Jayco's.
Jerry AndersonWe have a Jayco class C - the 2007 Melbourne 29D. Great class C. A few problems to start with that should have been taken care of by the dealer but after that it's been fantastic. Like the layout with 3 slides and find it's easy to drive and plenty of power. Get about 13 mpg but with a toad it goes way down. 2 year warranty is good. We bought the Customer Value Package and I would recommend that. This is my second Jayco and third RV and this is the best. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5.
Kenneth RWe have a 2006 Greyhawk. This has been ok but one major problem occurred which was fixed but then occurred again. The bedroom slide leaked and caused the bedroom carpet to be ruined. The slide was fixed and the carpet renewed. If that had not occurred I would have said it was a good buy.
Paul HendersonI've rented a Greyhawk on 3 occasions in southern California in the last 2 years. Love them. If I had time to use it more often I'd buy one for sure. Great motorhome and we've had a lot of fun. Really like the layout of the 31SS model, although we've had a 31FS with the bunks and liked it a lot.

 
 

    
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