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Keystone Sprinter travel trailer
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Introduced in 1996 as Keystone's first product line - it just keeps getting better - designed specifically to "make camping easy"

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Important dimensions:
Exterior length 28'1" to 39'11"
Exterior height (with A/C) 10'10" to 11'4",  Exterior width 8'0"
17 floorplans are available (2010 models) - we show all of these below
Shipping weight 5897 - 9250 lbs
Carrying capacity 2103 - 3784 lbs, Hitch weight 550 - 1205 lbs
Fresh/grey/black tanks - 50 / 34-64 / 34 gals
(see dealer)
Keystone Sprinter travel trailer exterior 

Keystone says that this was their first product line in 1996 and "Sprinter's goals were simple - Take the suggestions of our customers and make them the origin and foundation of the Sprinter design. As a result of these efforts, Sprinter offers you its proudest distinction between other brands - a product designed specifically to 'MAKE CAMPING EASY.' "

The pictures below show some of the really nice features of the Keystone Sprinter.  The first shows the amazing storage space available on most of the models.  It's all very well thought out as you can see:

Keystone Sprinter travel trailer interior showing storage spaces open 

Another really nice interior picture below. We agree with Keystone, they say: "Feels like home. From premier residential furniture, large entertainment centers, and elegant window treatments."

Keystone Sprinter travel trailer interior 

Bunk houses are available on 4 models. Keystone say they are the "ultimate kids hangout." Pictured below is the 311BHS (see the floorplans below), which even has a trundle bed: 

Keystone Sprinter travel trailer interior 

Just some of the exterior features that are standard with the Sprinter: One touch electric awning, Lockable radius baggage doors, Rear bumper storage, Two 30 LBS LP bottles with automatic change-over, Roto-cast seamless holding tanks, Exterior BBQ hook-up, Electric front jacks

Just some of the interior features that are standard with the Sprinter: 13,500 BTU Ducted Air Conditioner with "Quick Cool", 30 Amp Electrical Distribution Panel, 30,000 BTU Auto-Ignition Furnace with Thermostat, Water heater bypass for easy winterize-tion, Residential cabinet hardware, Large picture window at dinette, 6'3" interior slide room height, Home Theater SurroundSound system, In floor ducted heat, Central monitoring system for all tanks and battery   

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Wow, what an amazing selection!  lengths from about 28' to about 40', models with bunk beds, even a model with a ramp door and toy space and so many other features.  There are floorplans and models to suit a wide variety of family sizes and lifestyle options.  Take a look for yourself and tell us what you think (see forum below.)

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

Keystone Sprinter travel trailer floorplans - small picture - click for a bigger picture 


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Donald GoodeI bought a 2014 Sprinter 320BHS. Absolutely love the layout. I had a big problem on day 2 though. I picked it up on Saturday and started messing with it on Sunday. Turned on the furnace using gas to warm up the trailer and after 20 minutes the blower fan broke two fins and made a crazy loud noise. I have the unit dropped off for repair now. But this shouldn't have happened on a brand new unit. I'm looking forward to a lot of weekend fun with this thing. Had lots of upgrades added to it.
JeanWe have a Keystone Sprinter. No real problems. Keystone make a good trailer.
Wayne WilliamsI just bought a a Red 2009 F150 Crew cab to pull my Keystone Sprinter which weights 7500lbs. I love this truck. Without the trailer I have been getting 17.6 to 19.7 mpg anywhere I drive it. I get about 12 mpg pulling the RV. The floor board behind the front seats is completely flat "no hump". I can store an enormous amount of stuff in the back. Truck came with Sync which allows me to use my cell phone hands free by talking over the stereo speakers. I can't say enough about this truck. Go Ford!!
Ken HLike Keystone. Bought a 2008 cougar 5th wheel 276. Excellent quality in the RV and have had only a couple of minor problems. I guess a lot depends on the dealer it was purchased from.
RogerBought a 2008 Keystone freedom Light 28 foot and love it. Like Keystone they make good trailers
RobynWe have a 2005 Keystone Hornet and have had no problems with it. Towed it to Florida 2 times, and made shorter trips other places. Love the layout. The sofa & kitchen table are in the slide. The slide is only in front of the TV -- which makes packing and unpacking easy -- cause the slide can be in to pack it! We love it, and wouldn't trade it -- we'd just love to be able to use it more often and work less! Love Keystone. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5.
richardMy girlfriend has an Outback 2006 model fifth wheel. She loves it - dealer had to replace drain valve because they couldn't open it. That's all. Keystone is good.
kenny 2145I've had 2 Keystone travel trailers. Both of them have had the usual range of problems but the dealers and Keystone all gave me good service. I would definitely buy another Keystone. I like the ultralite concept and like the idea of not needing a huge truck to pull a reasonably sized trailer.

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