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2010 Jayco Eagle fifth wheel
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"A variety of floorplans that sleep 4 to 9 people. All floorplans have at least one slideout and everything on the inside is tastefully decorated"

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Important dimensions:
7 floorplans are available - we show these below.
Exterior length 31'3" - 39'
Exterior height 13'3",  Exterior width 8'6"
GVWR  12.500 - 14,950 lbs
CCC 3,455 - 4,050 lbs,  Hitch weight 2,110 - 2,685 lbs

Tanks - fresh / black / grey - 87 / 87 / 52 gals
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Jayco Eagle fifth wheel exterior 

Jayco says: "The Eagle fifth wheel is the most spacious Eagle model with a variety of floorplans that sleep 4 to 9 people. All floorplans have at least one slideout and everything on the inside is tastefully decorated. With amenities such as the antique brass hardware and light fixtures to the beautiful Manchester Oak cabinetry, it will be easy for you to simply sit back and enjoy the moment."

The tasteful decoration and high standards of the interior is shown in the picture below.  Just a few of the standard features are: Linoleum floor in entryway, Manchester Oak raised-paneled doors and drawers throughout, 26” LCD HDTV in living area, Antique brass cabinet hardware, Antique brass lighting at sofa and dinette, J-Steel™ convertible sofa, Hide-a-bed sofa (air mattress)...

Jayco Eagle fifth wheel interior - living area 

The beautiful kitchen arrangement is shown below.  Just some of the features are: 3-burner range w/9,000-BTU SuperBurner, Oversized 21" oven, 8 cu. ft. flush-mount refrigerator with double door, Acrylic residential-style sink, Antique brass high-rise faucet, Bi-fold cover for range, Color-coordinated countertops, Deep storage drawers under booth dinette, Dream Dinette™ mechanism, raises & lowers dinette table top, Large dinette picture window...

Jayco Eagle fifth wheel interior - kitchen

Finally, we show the bedroom arrangement. 

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

Jayco Eagle fifth wheel floorplans small picture - click for a larger picture 


"A variety of floorplans that sleep 4 to 9 people. All floorplans have at least one slideout and everything on the inside is tastefully decorated"
(Today's video is from
Affinity RV, AZ)  

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RandyBOur first fith wheel was a Jayco Designer. I told the salesman that I did not want a wooden frame. He steered me to the Designer and said this is the one you want. Fast forward a few years and found out it was a wooden frame when wood rot started showing it's ugly head. Rubber roof has been nothing but problems also!! Am not impressed with Jayco at all!!!
Screwed customerJust bought a new Jayco 3912 Seismic. Having owned motorhomes, travel trailers, park models, and fifth wheels for over forty years, I can say without a doubt, that this is the worst piece of junk I have ever owned. I made the mistake of assuming an 80k unit would be usable and something to be proud of. I bought the unit 3 weeks ago and it hasn't even left the dealers lot as they try to fix all the noticeable problems present. I have even spent 2 days of my own, just going through the unit and trying to fix scratched and dented woodwork and appliances, furniture that doesn't fit, wiring that isn't hooked up or stowed away, filling nail holes, filling in gaps in the woodwork where they couldn't even cut things properly, cutting down drawer handles so they don't hit appliances or other cabinets, cleaning up paint overspray on moldings and slide outs, and the list goes on and on. Between the dealer and I, I'm sure that 40-50 hours have just been spent on cosmetic and interior issues. I am very concerned as to the infrastructure and all the mechanicals that haven't been used yet. I have written and spoken to Jayco 4 times so far and the best answer I got was "Sorry". If anybody is considering a Jayco unit, stay away and buy an old used unit as it can't be any worse than a new Jayco one. They should fire all their quality control people(if they have such a thing), fire the engineers, and get rid of anyone that is supposed to help their customers. I have been in sales and service for 40 years and how a company can stay in business, and in good conscience sell such junk, is beyond my understanding. I know that once the warranty expires I will be getting rid of this unit ASAP, probably at a considerable loss. And in the meantime I will do everything in my power to steer buyers away from their products. My next step is to get the officials in charge of our state's lemon laws to get involved. My disgust with this product is overwhelming and has turned what should be an enjoyable experience into one of the worst episodes of my life!
Frank GankasPurchased a used once Jayco Eagle 26.5 5th wheel in March of 2014. The Jayco was a 2013. On our way home from our first trip to the river our rubberized roof peeled halfway off with the plywood showing! Called Jayco to see what recourse or warranty and they said because we were not original owner we had no warranty. The trailer isn't even 2 years old and they wouldn't even give us the time of day! Unless you are purchasing a new Jayco, I would say never buy a used one since they cover nothing. I would never purchase or deal with that company
Peg1944Like fifth wheels, like Jayco in general (we've had 2 of their RVs, both good) and the Eagle in particular. Our floorplan is real nice love the main living area and the bedroom. This RV is better than our home.
SteveI have a 2010 fifth wheel. We had a few issues with the slides. They would not open for a few days. They were in sleep mode. Called the factory and they advised what to do. I thought this problem was going to tie up our vacation but it was minor. Just tap the switches for the slide out and it works. No repair. Everything is excellent and we love it. This is the first Jayco that we owned. Use moth balls to avoid mice and wall sensor.
HeatherWe have a 2010 Jayco Eagle 5th wheel. We are having a problem with mice and can't seem to get rid of them. Does anyone have any suggestions on how they might be coming in? We just purchased it in October and are sick that this is happening to something so new.
ToriWe have the 2006 Eagle fifth wheel. This is our first fifth wheel and I've got to say Jayco is the way to go. Really nice layout and we've had very few problems. I'm a Jayco fan.
westcoastcopWe have the 2008 Jayco Eagle 351RLSA. This is our 5th new Jayco...and again we are pleased with the buying experience at the Dealer...and are yet again continue to be dazzled by the quality, workmanship and incredible attention to detail! And so many things not listed in the brochure are standard. Jayco's are built by a company that is still owned by the original family, 41 years ago. They aren't like some of the RV companies that make 30 different brands...Jayco just makes Jayco! They have a 2 year warranty that they actually have no restrictions on. Some manufacturers void your warranty if you full time or use it as a "residence"...not Jayco! And the double stacked structural steel frame instead of cheap flimsy aluminum frame. Real oak wood cabinets and drawers instead of particle wood used in other brands. Tinted Safety glass standard. About 20 items are standard on Jayco that are extra cost options on other brands. And Jayco uses name brand stuff on their RV's...not cheap crappy no-name appliances. Goodyear tires, Atwood heaters and water heaters, Sharp DVD TV's, Samsung microwaves, etc. And you'll find if you do happen to have problems (our last 4 Jaycos never had any issues!) the Jayco folks say that they treat their customers like family...and they DO! Jayco gets ***** 5 Stars for sure!
PWGWe bought a Jayco 25F..fully loaded...have hauled it everywhere...2 weeks at a time...Only size with 52 Gallon Grey Water...Replace the sofa with reclining love seat. No problems in two years...We just love it!
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.
KevinWe have a 1997 Jayco Eagle. Very few Problems. Love Jayco. Everything is built to the highest quality. Cabinets are sturdy and everything is very workable. Had to replace kitchen faucet. Nice Layout and color scheme. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5.

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