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2010 Heartland MPG lightweight teardrop trailer
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"Heartland enters the lightweight teardrop travel trailer market with the retro-styled MPG line - a product that is priced right with features that surpass the competition"

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Four floorplans, will be available in 18- and 20-foot lengths
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Heartland MPG teardrop trailer exterior 

ELKHART December, 2009 -- Heartland RV LLC enters the lightweight teardrop travel trailer market with the retro-styled MPG line that was set to debut at the 47th Annual National RV Trade Show December 1-3 2009 in Louisville, Ky.

The MPG will initially include four floorplans, available in 18- and 20-foot lengths, featuring two tent-end models and two units equipped with single slideouts. The teardrop line is one of four brands to be introduced in Louisville that will showcase Heartland’s all-new high-gloss platinum fiberglass exterior.

“The MPG blends a very contemporary look, created by the platinum exterior, with a distinctly retro design that is one of the draws for teardrop trailers with consumers,” said Brad Whitehead, national director of travel trailer sales for the Elkhart, Ind.-based manufacturer.
The eco-friendly MPG is available in four colorful exterior graphics packages, each sporting individual icons depicting the active lifestyle of the youthful target demographic. MSRP’s start around $14,000.

Typical of teardrop trailers, all MPG models have a dry weight of less than 2,700 pounds, allowing the units to be towed by most crossover vehicles and smaller SUV’s. Heartland achieves the lightweight status without sacrificing structural integrity, employing aluminum-cage-construction and fully laminated sidewalls and floor.

Key features for the MPG include a two-tone interior, chestnut maple kitchen cabinetry with a mocha maple accent, along with an AM/FM radio with CD and DVD players.

“The teardrop sector is an arena that we have been looking at for some time as consumers continue to become more ‘green’ conscious,” said Whitehead. “Like all our introductions, Heartland is coming into the marketplace with a product that is priced right with features that surpass the competition.”

SOURCE: Heartland press release.
 
 
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Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerChrisWe have a 2013 tbud biggest POS ever. Had to get a new axle. Water heater leaks. Because of old improper installation of axle had 1 tire wear improperly. Axle replaced but not tire. Slide system SUCKS BEWARE. Do NOT buy a heartland product U WILL be SORRY Worst money I ever spent still owe lots. Already had one slide fixed. They (heartland) know they have problems with slides but still do not have a fix. Got Tt hooked up and see that the other slide is wantng to rip out of wall. I would never let a friend or family member purchase a heartland product!!!!!!!!!!!!
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailerWyattollaMPG is great camper.i am amazed that people are having so much trouble with their heartland campers, when my little MPG is such a good camper. Sounds like the MPG may have been built by a different manufacturer and they just slap heartland on it. It is small, but I would say it's worth it to have a dependable camper.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailerWyattollaMPG is great camper.i am amazed that people are having so much trouble with their heartland campers, when my little MPG is such a good camper. Sounds like the MPG may have been built by a different manufacturer and they just slap heartland on it. It is small, but I would say it's worth it to have a dependable camper.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailerWyatollahI am very happy with my heartland mpg. From what I read, everyone is very happy with the mpg. I guess it's the cream of the crop. I know it's small, but unless you have a family, I don't see why anyone would need bigger. Folks should have bought the mpg. I just cannot believe all these other campers are having such trouble, when the mpg with a slide out is so awesome. It only weighs 3,000 pounds and looks retro. I want to encourage everyone to go smaller for a mpg!
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailerMBNot a chance I'm buying one of these after reading all this.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailerMBNot a chance I'm buying one of these after reading all this.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailerMBI thought I had found a wonderful RV at a price I can afford, until I read all these comments. Think I'll look at the LivinLite.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailerMBI thought I had found a wonderful RV at a price I can afford, until I read all these comments. Think I'll look at the LivinLite.
Re: Heartland Sundance fifth wheelLief CarlsenWe have a 2012 277RL Sundance XLT. We bought it new and have been generally pleased with it. However, we just had a wheel bearing fail resulting in the loss of a rear wheel! Since the wheel bearings have never been disturbed since purchase, this represents a manufacturing defect. The bearing, brake, and axle will have to be replaced. Luckily, we were traveling at only 10 mph when the wheel came off.
Re: Heartland Sundance fifth wheelLief CarlsenWe have a 2012 277RL Sundance XLT. We bought it new and have been generally pleased with it. However, we just had a wheel bearing fail resulting in the loss of a rear wheel! Since the wheel bearings have never been disturbed since purchase, this represents a manufacturing defect. The bearing, brake, and axle will have to be replaced. Luckily, we were traveling at only 10 mph when the wheel came off.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelRpaulI have a 2015 Bighorn 3755FL . The toilet tissue hangs in the 90 going to the tank. Took it in to Camping World for service . They agreed that there was a issue and called Hartland . They said use more water. Am I to put a sign over the toilet telling people to fill the toilet with water to flush. Has anybody had this problem.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelRpaulI have a 2015 Bighorn 3755FL . The toilet tissue hangs in the 90 going to the tank. Took it in to Camping World for service . They agreed that there was a issue and called Hartland . They said use more water. Am I to put a sign over the toilet telling people to fill the toilet with water to flush. Has anybody had this problem.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailerRobinWe bought our Heartland MPG185 three years ago and still love it. It is a superior, well made camper, and we love the retro look and solid feel. I'm amazed at the negative reviews I read here. Guess we won the lotto with our camper.
Re: Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer daveI bought a new heartland travel tralier in 2010.nothing but problems.4 times out all 4 vacations ruined.water leaks call the dealer in duncansville pa.they said we don't visit campgrounds.called heartland they did nothing.their a bunch of scabs that give that industry a bad name.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelMike I want to know what frame material the bedroom slide rollers attach to on the 2006 3400rl big horn
Re: Heartland Razor toy haulerJimI bought a razor toy hauler used from Paul Everett in Fresno Ca. about 15 months ago.I have taken it out three or four times and each time out I have had problems. The main problem I am having is the springs under it will not hold up. They don't have the strength to keep the trailer off the tires and it is melting the tires to the point of blowing out while going down the highway. No fire yet but lots of smoke and lots of damage. I am getting kind of afraid to use my r.v.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerLoriWe have a 2008 heartland north trail 28 ft travel trailer. I've been reading about all the problems and know now I'm not alone. We also have major delaminating with the whole front. We have had leaking for several years. No place could find the leak. After several thousand spent we found the leak on roof also found slide out cable off. The front is now spongy. Feels like you can put your hand through it. Radio cd player stopped working several years ago. We also can't sell it and still owe money on it. What a POS it is. Where do we go from here?
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelD.PlaceI bought a 2012 Heartland Big Country new. I am so glad I purchased the extended warranty.My local rv repair shop basically gutted all the inferior flex line fittings and tubing and dock fittings due to leak after leak.5 thousand dollars worth over 3 repair trips.Then the lippert frame started flexing in the front nose creating gaps in the side trim while resting on the hitch.I sent pictures to heartland and they told me it must come back to the factory for repair.Because this happened in the 18th month it was outside their warranty period of 1 year.They offered to correct the problem no charge but i had to drive on my dime to Indiana from Seattle.I did it .
2011 Heartland Edge M18DarrellWe bought our heartland Edge M18 in Sept 2011 and absolutely love the design and feel of it. However, the bathroom floor is slightly spongy, to the point that when standing in there, there is about an 1/8 inch drop around a ridge running through the middle of it. I've talked to the dealer and they said extended warranty won't cover it, and they don't think there is a moisture problem, but don't know why its soft in the bathroom. I wrote Heartland and they said, take it apart from the bottom, but I'm on my own as they won't cover it and are unaware of any defect in the Heartland floors.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelUnsatisfiedMy microwave quite working after 13 months toilet also broke a big piece of crap for all this money!!!!!!!!!!!! :-(
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelUnsatisfiedBig horn supposed to be 1 of the best. That a joke! They leak constantly.. Every since I bought this top of the line Rv it has leaked under the belly. They tell u that u can call and talk to people haha not true they don't stand by there word at all!!!!
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelDave & Juliebout our Big Horn new (2012) to live in while building our house, we have had nothing but problem after problem with water lines we have had tear up our floor (mold underneath) had to disconnect the fresh water pump because it was leaking but couldn't figure that out because we have never dry camped so the holding tank had no water in it. The TV in the beroom just went out so we have had to replace it. the refrigerator went on the blink last summer and we had to live out of a cooler for over a week, we have never been able to use the VCR (no idea what the problem is with it) the front jacks pop all the time....this is our 5th 5th wheel and have never had problems with any of them until now
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerSteve D.We have a 2013 21FBS. We love it. It tows easily, well insulated, and everything works well so far. Can't wait to go camping again!
Re: Heartland ElkRidge fifth wheelmarsbari bought a new 2011 5th wheel 34tsre in sep 2011. after electrical problems, 1 after the other The roof is completely gone .osb board rot and the membrain gone .the bedroom slide also rot. My dealer wont do anything about it . I wrote to elkridge but no answer. last time i buy a elkridge
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelJimBought a 2014 big Horne in October 2013, possieon in dec 2014 after waiting 3 months for the dealer to repair minor problems and waiting for parts. Ben making minor repairs since. Now it's end of May getting ready to leave on vacation for summer and the micro wave goes out and one of the cooling units craps out. I will never buy another Heartland. To much investment for junk.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerSorry I bought a heartlandSalesman sold me on a heartland. Purchased a 2009 28BHS because of the "Quality" he fooled me in to. After 2 years I have the front Delaminating, replaced the stereo unit twice, outside spearkers don't work and now this winter the lenolium floor cracked in two places. They want $1600 to replace the floating linolium floor at the dealer. Think it would have cracked if it was "Floating". RV dealers are crooks. Makes me never want to camp again. And yeah, another 1600 to repair the delam that is a manufacturing or design flaw in my book. Wonder why they have diamond plate on the bottom now rather than fiberglass? These dealers pray on the rich and retired, charging $120/hr for labor. Give me a break.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelO'Donnell'sSave your money and Do NOT buy from Heartland, especially this type of unit, Silverado Bighorn! The entire roof is leaking and the dealership, "Camping World" or the manufacturer, "Heartland" keep giving us the run around. Both say the damage is due to "lack of maintenance," which is a complete crock. We have only had the unit for ONE year! Again, save your money and go elsewhere!
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelO'Donnell'sSave your money and Do NOT buy from Heartland, especially this type of unit, Silverado Bighorn! The entire roof is leaking and the dealership, "Camping World" or the manufacturer, "Heartland" keep giving us the run around. Both say the damage is due to "lack of maintenance," which is a complete crock. We have only had the unit for ONE year! Again, save your money and go elsewhere!
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelJulie and Jimmy2009 3500RL BC .... we love it! We are full timers and this coach feels like home!
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelJohnInTexasWe have a 2009 BH 3600RE that we bought new in 2010. Water wicks under the slide-outs and the flooring under two of the slide-outs is coming delaminated and mold has started growing in the walls and carpet. What the heck? The dealer from whom we bought the extended warranty disavowed any knowledge or responsibility and said that our extended warranty probably wouldn't cover it either because we most likely didn't do all the maintenance required. What a jerk position to take without any knowledge of what we've done. Our issues are analogous to having the doors start rusting out on your 3 yr old car because the seals didn't keep the water out. If this is how it's going to be, I'll be wanting to get rid of this thing and buy something with better quality. America made? Did it matter?
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer32 Foot QBSNEVER BUY A NORTHTRAIL!! We bought a 2010 new in 2009. Since this time, every beem shows terribly down both sides. And oh yes, they have a disclaimer in their manual that that is normal. It looks like a piece of junk! Not to mention the siding is delaminating! Which the dealer said that they know is a problem and has since changed the glue, but they looked at a couple of email pics and wrote it off as water damage. So we requested a field rep and they never got back to us. They don't care about you once you write the check! The dealer we bought it from also NEVER took us through the trailer so we havd to learn as we go. But oh yes, there is a disclaimer about this as well. If the dealer doesn't tell you the basics and you don't do something recomemded in their manual, your screwed. We had allot of little things wrong with it, but most my husband fixed in our driveway. But this, I can't even sell it to anyone. Plus I still owe $14,000 on it. Its just sickining. I hate to see the sides just pealing off. Don't buy one, they won't help you! Their customer service SUCKS!!
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerDon LeachI purchased a new 2012 North Land by Heart Land 5th wheel. Worst purchase I ever made. Plumbing leaks, Electrical problems seat cushion holes, finish trim falls off, leaking slide, and the warrantee is worthless as both dealers we ahve tried are not help. They just brush it all aside and put us off.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerJd2008 31qbs Biggest POS ever. Entire front delaminated. Dellamination outside of fridge (entire slide recaulked by dealer). Spongy floor by fridge. Outside faucet replaced twice (leak caused swollen slide floor). Doors won't stay on. Oven Replaced once. CD player won't work, one speaker blown, etc. never buying a heartland again.
2010 Heartland ElkridgeSteveBought my camper the fall of 2009. We got a 34QSRL and it has been nothing but trouble. Had wrong size equal-flex, 5 year old tires on new camper which blew out and tore up side of camper and Heartland would not help us out on either one. Power converter, and water pump went out. Now fuse box has melted and almost caught fire. Having trouble getting parts now. Anytime oven was installed wrong and then had to have it replaced. Waste tanks labeled wrong. speakers wired wrong.Bedroom was not wired for cable TV. Had to replace parts on furnace the 1st Fall. Will Never Buy a Heartland Again! Just wanted let people know about Heartland and the so called QUALITY.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerRlpx2I bought a new 2009 31 red in March 2010. Unit is great had some minor electrical with lights and air conditioner. Dealer used new connectors and fixed it. Camper is great size and pulls excellent 5.0 F150. The bedroom area could be about bigger. We added a full queen sealy mattress. I really only can complain about toilet tank sensors says we are full when in reality we are about 1/2. Spray nozzle clean out is great. Have had no problem with spongy floor as of this being 4th season camping. I did replace tires this year as the old ones weather checked Evan after covering them. The TV antenna gets no good reception we do better with Rabbitt ears, Ithink its the digital channels. All and all iI llove the unit. May get a bigger unit in a few years before retirement. Thanks Heartland for a super trailer
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerBigalI bought a 2009, worst purchase ever! Slides leak, rotten floor throughout the back half! Debating burning it down!!! Don't buy one!!
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheeldougbWe have a 2008 bighorn and have had problems from square 1 , front electric jack 3 motors replaced, flooring crack and split. Why don't they glue it all down. Now we have cracking under the bedroom slide with heartland and lippert not wanting to talk or repair.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerJammieWe are having all kinds of water leakage. The bumper, windows when it rains hard and the slide. Not sure what to do? Not sure if insurance will fix it either. We bought it brand new, and have taken excellent care of it.
Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailermielissaI am the original owner of a 2010 Heartland MPG 181 model. Have had no issues with it. Small enough for me to handle by myself. Perfect little camper.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelCorvette MaryWe have a 2009 3670 Big Horn and as of June, 2013 we have had it 5 years. We are SO disappointed in this coach. Heartland won't do a thing. All the slides have the wood underneath rotted and coming off on the inside of the coach, especially on the carpet when you move the slides in and out. The skin on the outside of the 5th wheel is separating. Bathroom lino is bubbled, kitchen lino is cracked from the slide roller, we have already had to replace the toilet. The glue on the ceiling in the bathroom and bedroom has come loose and bled through. A moulding on the outside full length has fallen off. Stereo antenna on the outside fell off. Awning is lopsided. What the hell??? $55,000 and this is the junk you get. Since 2000 this is our 5th coach, first fifth wheel and we always buy new. We will NEVER buy a Heartland product again.
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelJimCI am the original owner of a BH 3055RL and like the trailer. Had the weld problem with the 5th wheel stepup and Heartland made it good after 6 years (did have to take it to the factory in Elkhart, IN)and the shackels on the suspension have worn out (replaced with a wet bolt kit)and my suspension guy upgraded the springs by adding a leaf. This trailer is big and is hard on tires (storing creates a flat spot and separation). The edge wear is likely a separation problem rather than alignment, I had that happen. Overall a good trailer and a value.
Re: Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer Unhappy CamperIn June 2011 I purchased a North Trail 27 RBS. In July 2012, I went to my camper and found a puddle of water on the end of the slide. Called Heartland and was told sorry - out of warranty. The sides of the slide are bowing out so it was probably leaking for a while. I also have the spongy floors others have had as well as had the outdoor shower leak water all over the bathroom when using it for only the second time, the kitchen sink also leaks. Very poor construction and poor customer service.
Re: Heartland Sundance fifth wheelSteveA great bargain for the price. Some issues as with any RV including the $500K motorhomes I've owned previously. Only real weakness has been poor distribution on the ducted AC to the bedroom. Needs 2 AC units or better duct work.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerJohn G.Just purchased a 2010 - 21FBS and found it very inconvenient when draining both the grey and black water tanks. You have to reach under too far in order to open the valves (or knives). Because the trailer is so low in clearance I almost had to crawl underneath. Hence I have rectified this by adding an extension to the valve openers with a plate positioned near the end of the sewer outlet. Now all I have to do is reach down to pull both valves open. Other than this minor inconvenience, we think the trailer is a gem.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerbradI own the 31 red it was 2 years old when i bought it. It had spongie floors in kitchen and now in the living room. Under the trailor the wood pannel under the black weather shield is roton and wet it must be repaired or mold will start
2007 Heartland Trail RunnerKim & DennisWe bought our RV brand new & have enjoyed camping in it. However, we came across a problem with it this year. My 2 year old was wet and touched the RV. He screamed & I thought it was because the step was hot. My husband was also wet and he touched the step, let out a cry and the next thing I know he is laying about 5 feet across the yard. Yes, both my 2 year old and my husband were almost electrocuted by this unit. My dad came over, he is a Master Certified Tech, he tested the unit. It had 110 Volts passing thru it. The element for the water heater went out & somehow that electrified the unit. I contacted Heartland about the matter, just as a warning. Hey this happened, you might want to check into it. They wanted no part of checking out the problem & didn't seem to care about the potential electrocution. I just want to warn everyone out there that has this trailer that this can happen. In my opinion, Heartland cares about pushing units out & they are skipping vital inspections.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerJim KWe have a 28RLS that we purchased not quite 3 years ago. We had to have the slide fixed as the cable pulleys pulled loose and we are now having the Apollo half-time oven replaced because the microwave part doesn't work. A common problem that Heartland will not help with. Now I think the front has delaminated as I have fixed a leak where the front meets the roof twice and it is leaking again. It looks like I will have to fix it every time I tow it.
2010 Heartland North Trail 31RLSSKaren MHave a 2010 North Trail 31RLSS travel trailer. Upon returning from a recent camping trip with an empty fresh water tank, we found that the tank had dropped down out of the bottom of the rig and dragged along the pavement. Needless to say, the tank now has a hole in it. Has anyone else had this experience?
Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheelAli and JorgeWe own a 3055 --- 2007. We bought 2nd hand but had been used only a few times as we know the owners very well. We have had big problems with the under carriage--Springs, alignment, shackles, cracked mooride, wearing of tires. We also noticed that the fiberglass under the goose neck was coming away from the trailer which we had fixed last year. This year coming home from Az we noticed the same problem with the fiberglass bubbleing under the gooseneck. We took it to a reliable rv dealer and they took the whole front off. They have found poor materials holding the 5th up under the gooseneck, we are having new metal replacing the old material and welds fixed from not enough strength holding the trailer up. This has cost us close to $10,000.00 so far for the poor wormanship in this trailer. The warranty won't cover the costs and neither will the insurance company. Bighorn won't even return our calls. WE WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER BIGHORN 5th WHEEL!!!!! The RV shop has removed the top bubble part of the trailer along with the gooseneck fiberglass--they found poor material holding the floor up and the welds broken in spots. this is not covered by warranty or insurance. It has cost us close to $10,000.00. We do NOT recommend this trailer to anyone and will never buy from Bighorn again. The won't even answer our phone calls.
Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailerDebMarkwere looking to purchase a new trailer, and we loved the look and lay out of the NT 2012 30 RED, but have they addressed the spongy floors and did the manufacturer come good with the ones that had defects.
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