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2011 Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer
See reader's comments and experiences at bottom of page

"The all-new TRAIL RUNNER features exciting new interior concepts offering loads of cabinet storage, plush furnishings, abundant counter top space, and many windows to provide a great view of your surroundings."

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Important dimensions:
 9 floorplans are available - we show these below.
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Exterior length 24'7"-34'6"
Exterior height11'2",  Exterior width 8'0"
Interior height (bedroom) 7'0",  GVWR 6,900 - 10,400 lbs
Dry weight 5,014 - 7,300 lbs,  Hitch weight 460 - 828 lbs

Tanks - fresh / black / grey - 50 / 37 / 37 gals
 MSRP  - see dealer on right for pricing  >>
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Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer exterior 
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Heartland says: "The all-new TRAIL RUNNER features exciting new interior concepts offering loads of cabinet storage, plush furnishings, abundant counter top space, and many windows to provide a great view of your surroundings. TRAIL RUNNERS living room designs are perfect for entertaining guests or relaxing while on that well deserved vacation."
Just some of the construction features and benefits of the Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer
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Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer construction features and benefits
  
 
 
Roaming Times' reader quote:
"I bought the Heartland Trail Runner after reading the article about Heartland and how they offered the best value for money and it was loaded with great features. The layout is great and the price was right and we bought it. A great decision. We've used it many times and it's never given one moment of problem." (Connie G)
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  Just some of the standard exterior features:  .024” Aluminum Exterior Skin, R-7 Fiberglass Insulation Sidewall, Roof, and Floor, 5/8” Main Floor Decking, Electric-Powered Slide Rooms (all slide-out models), One-Piece, Seamless Rubber Roof, 2 Outside Speakers on Door Side, Deluxe Patio Awning
Options include: Exterior Shower, Stabilizer Jacks, Spare Tire

Roaming Times thinks the Heartland Trail Runner is a well thought-out travel trailer. You can get a feel for the quality of the construction, fixtures and fittings etc. from the typical interior pictures we show below: 
   
  
Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer interior
 

Just some of the standard interior features of the Heartland Trail Runner: Wrapped Slide Fascia, OH Cabinet Over Sofa in Super-Slides, Solid Wood Drawer Fronts, Radius Dinette Booth Backs (top), Multi-Purpose Inside/Outside Dinette Table, Full Width (72”) Sofas (select models), Convertible Sofa, AM/FM/CD/DVD w/4 Speakers, Windows in Slideroom Ends, Fabric Covered Box Valances, Mini-Blinds thru-out
  

Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer interior - looking forward to bedroom

Heartland says: "Meal preparation is a pleasure in a TRAIL RUNNER kitchen outfited with a three burner range, oven, microwave, large double door refrigerator, residential double sink and plenty of cabinet and pantry space for all the fixens."  We show a kitchen arrangement below:

Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer interior - kitchen 

"The free-standing dinette table offers maximum flexibility. You can even take the table outside for lunch to enjoy the outdoors":

Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer interior - dinette 

Bedroom standards include: Shirt Wardrobe in Bedroom, Center Cabinet Over Bed with Doors, Innerspring Mattress (select models), Bi-Fold Privacy Door (select models), Under-Bed Storage w/ Gas Struts

Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer interior - bedroom

 

 

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FLOORPLANS

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Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer floorplans - 9 available - click for a larger picture 

 
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2010 Heartland Trail Runner travel trailer

"The all-new TRAIL RUNNER features exciting new interior concepts offering loads of cabinet storage, plush furnishings, abundant counter top space, and many windows to provide a great view of your surroundings."

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O'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 wheel
O'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 wheel
Julie and Jimmy2009 3500RL BC .... we love it! We are full timers and this coach feels like home!Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
JohnInTexasWe 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 Bighorn 5th wheel
32 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 trailer
Don 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 trailer
Jd2008 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.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Rlpx2I 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 trailer
BigalI bought a 2009, worst purchase ever! Slides leak, rotten floor throughout the back half! Debating burning it down!!! Don't buy one!! Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
dougbWe 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 Bighorn 5th wheel
JammieWe 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 North Trail travel trailer
mielissaI 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 MPG liteweight teardrop trailer
Corvette 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 wheel
JimCI 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 Bighorn 5th wheel
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 Trail Runner travel trailer
SteveA 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 Sundance fifth wheel
John 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 trailer
bradI 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 startRe: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Jim 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.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Ali 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 Bighorn 5th wheel
DebMarkwere 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. Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
unhappy with heartland2008 Heartland 280Bh floor went incredibly spongy within a year.no satisfactory support from factory who wants to pretend they have no problem or responsability, even though they advertise as having one of the strongest , least flexing floors in the industry. it is an embarrasment when friends step onto the floor, they think they are going to fall through.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
CraigWe are really considering purchasing the 2012 32BUDS. After touring one amongst several dozen others, we concluded that we absolutley love the features and amenities of this one. Has ayone had aany experience with this or a similar model? Mid-late February 2012 is target for purchse. any advice greatly appreciated. Happy TrailsRe: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Eric and AngelaLove our 2010 3200RE Sundance fifh wheel. Everyone who looks at it loves the big living room. My only complaint is the small space between the wall and bed not much room to get out of bed without hitting your foot on the wall and there is a big drop on the other side of the bed that a person could really trip and get hurt. Also very hard to make bed.Re: Heartland Sundance fifth wheel
Bill KnightOne important plus for ALL Heartland products is that warranty service can be done by any RV servicer YOU desire to use - You Don't HAVE to go to your nearest Heartland dealer. You do have to make a phone call to Heartland Service BEFORE you take the trailer to the servicer to get authorization. I have a 2008 Bighorn 3670RL, and am pretty happy with it, and am very happy with the owner's online forum and Heartland's support of owners rallies around the country. There must have been at least 30 minor rallies, a 4 regional rallies, and 1 national rally last year.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
David DWe have a 2008 North Trail 31BHD and also have the problem with the spongy floor. It is most noticable down the center from the front couch to the start of the back bedroom. The dealer is taking no responsability and the factory CSR listened to us and had us send pictures but then they talked to the dealer and decided it was sold as a new unit but as is with no warrenty because it was a bank siezed unit from a bankrupt dealer. Pretty disappointed in the heartland product. There were several small issues that we just fixed but this one is more then I can handle on my own. Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
PatBought the mpg 2011 185T. First trip out the rear hatch unlock due to to defective equipment. It ripped the hydroulic post that hold the hatch up. Also, the inside latches that hold the tent bed up during travel fail to hold it. Very disappointed. We will see what Heartland does to correct the situation. Very possible we just got a couple of faulty parts.Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailer
BluestatuePurchased a new 2009 in Feb '09. We've traveled to seven states with it so far. Other than a few minor issues when new, it's been a great Travel Trailer.Re: Heartland Sundance XLT travel trailer
S SmileyWe have a 2010 3670 of which we are having a problem with the kitchen floor bubbling-up because of the slide roller. So far we have not gotten any repair. Heartland is saying this is normal because the floor is not glued at the factory. The reason being that the roller would tear the flooring. According to our dealer Heartland's engineers are trying to find an answer. We have had a bunch of little problems that are just aggrevate you. Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
SidWe purchased a 2011 Bighorn 3585RL in February and we are completely pleased with everything about it. It is quality all the way. We love everything from the large opposing slides to the 42" tv. The king size bed is very comfortable and my wife loves the washer and dryer. The 3585RL pulls great and we have had no problems other than a small leak the bedroom slide which was fixed immediately under warranty. Very happy with this purchase.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
Billy B.We have a 2008, BH 3055, Was new when we bought it. We like the unit a lot with the comfee room and all.BUT! A pasenger side front axle 4 leaf spring pack broke and dealer ended up replacing all four spring packs and both axles with a 6 leaf spring pack. We had to replace all four tires at that time. We took a trip this past November to Ms, Ark, & Az. and back to California. After the return trip I had the Right rear tire outside rib worn away real bad. The tire is like camberd in on that axle and the front axle. One Rv shop tells me I have bent spendales.Goes back in the shop to check the alligment on the axles next week. I have talked to another BH. owner and his did the same thing and was out a lot of $$ to get things right. The only way his was fixed was to redrill the spring shackle hole and move the axle back. I know from my experance in the commercial truck world if the axles are not square with the king pin you will ware tires out quick. Has anybody else had this problem?? Please share. Plus leak behind shower wall runs out above outside compartment door.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
BunnysueI purchased a 2011 Landmark San Antonio 41' 5th wheel end of Jan, 2011 & had to wait about 8 days while it was being "prepped" (as quoted per sales person, making sure everything works) Upon returning to the rv park, I discovered the icemaker did not work and later discovered water had leaked into the drawer below. The keyless entry was never explained and did not work. I found the monitor for the rear camera in a cabinet while putting things away from the move, that hadn't even been mentioned during our "walk through". The led lights kept, what I though was burning out,were not wired securely, stil having those types of issues. The awning ribbon broke after about a weeks use, the rubber covering on the handle by the entrance door has split, during a recent rain storm, water leaked around window frame on one slide. When I recently moved the sofa, I found a gas monitor,that had never been mentioned. Gettingf ahead of myself,found the recliners would not stay reclined unless you put your feet in the seat to hold them back. The handle on kitchen faucet came loose and finally dropped off, closet door came off track just opening it, the refrigerator continues to be a problem in that it takes about 3 days for the temperature to cool down enough to preserve food. I know Iam skipping over someother small details but the "straw that broke the camels back", was after filling my fresh water tank for a trip, discovered after I arrived that the water was now in the belly of my camper hanging down like a big baloon. I drained what water was left from the tank and on my return trip, I took a rather steep exit to rest area and when I stepped out of the truck found a waterfall flowing from the underbelly of my less than 6 month old rig! Now some of the smaller issues have been taken care of by an authorized Heartland Service center, and have an appointment to return for more work to be done.Re: Heartland Landmark fifth wheel
lynda2006 3055 needing electrical schematic for the towing system-everything is out: tail lights, blinkers, and trailer brake. Perfect in the truck. has to be the trailer. Made a funny clicking and brakes were catching during highway towing before total failure. helpRe:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
Ron CastanagaI purchased a model 26rls trailer camper around May 2011. Everything looked great but it trips a lot few minutes after you turn on the A/C, water heater and ref. Heartland should recheck the size of wiring circuits with allowable tolerances. I returned my camper 3x for repair. Heartland please make this model as reliable as KZs. Headaches and stress can kill at 108 degrees temp in okj.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
jerryWe have a 31qbs it is a 2009 pickit up in 2008 we love the bunkhouse for the kids.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Deborah S.We purchased the 21FBS 2011 model and have loved every thing about it except the radio/DVD player. We cannot get good reception from the radio anywhere. The dealer replaced it once already and said it is doing all it can do. We camp in some wooded areas but normally without many trees over our camper. I figure you should get as good reception as you would in a car. Actually I have a clock radio in the camper and it picks up just fine. I'm wondering if we put a different antenna on the camper if that would help? Other than that We LOVE our North Trail!! Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Tony PGreat 5th wheel. We have a 2009 Bighorn and we're trading it for a 2012 before we go FULLTIME - yeah. Love RVing and love Heartland.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
2ofus in CAWe have a 2009 Bighorn 3600RL. Great 5er with 4 slides and very few problem. We really like it. At the end of this year I retire and we're going full time. The bighorn will be our home and we're really really looking forward to it. Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
JohntyI agree with Kath, the 3685RL arrangement is awesome. I like the 3455 also but it means an extra slide instead of the one big kitchen slide.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
KathWe have a 2008 Bighorn 3400 Rl. We love it. We had no problems just a lot of pleasure. Our next will definitely be another Bighorn. I like the look of the new 3685RL with the center island and the big kitchen slide. Great design.Re:Heartland Bighorn 5th wheel
Ben MassingillWe noticed a posting about a 2008 North Trail 28BH with delaminated front and spongy floor near sink area. We too have experienced these exact situations. Just wondered if others had too? Otherwise we have no complaints and have loved the unit. Just hoping front and floor hold up!Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Paul PThis really is the coolest trailer. We bought it last year and we've had so much pleasure from it and no problems.Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailer
HelenWe bought this last year after reading the previous review and going to the dealer. Love it. No problems other than we don't really have time to use it as much as I'd like and we have to pay for storage. But the trailer is great - we have the 181 model. I think that was the only model the dealer had but if I had a choice again I'd like to see the tent end model. I wonder how convenient it is to use the bed in the end?Re: Heartland MPG liteweight travel trailer
Claude B.My wife and I just ordered a 2011 Landmark Grand Canyon model and are looking forward to receiving it in late April 2011. We're scheduled to leave Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada in late June to drive to Alaska for a 7 weeks vacation. We've never owned a fifth wheel so if anyone out there has any tips for us please feel free to let us know. Thank you!!!Re: Heartland Landmark fifth wheel
28 yr Master Certified RV TechAs a career RV tech, I am somewhat impressed with the North Trail coaches, and I am hard to impress!! I get to fix all the things you never see upon delivery. My only BIG gripe, which could become a killer, is some Wide Trax suspensions can (and have) gouged the steel LP pipe between the front and rear axle. I know, because I have repaired 3 in the last year or so. Do yourself a favor and slide under your coach and check for this. Most dealers don't. It could save you and your family's lives. I am currently trying to get a recall started on this. If you find this on your coach call the NHTSA at 1-888-327-4236 Thanks and safe, happy camping to you all.Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
28 yr Master Certified RV TechHave you checked your steel LP line near the Wide Trax link between front and rear axle ? The rocker link can hit lp line-I know-I have fixed several before customer's taking posession. This is damage just from the factory to our dealership. Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
CindyHWe just drove our first TT back from Elkhart. 26LRSS. AWESOME AWESOME. We were concerned about the towing with a 1/2 ton RAM. This trailer handled like a dream. We saw other TT's on the road and they were flopping and swaying. We were solid. Not sure if it was because we got the equalizer anti sway or the wide-trax system for the NT but we were NOT disappointed. We can't wait to head out the door Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
DaveI just purchased a 21FBS. Nice trailer but a few things would make life a little simpler. Why put the interior lite switch up on an over head cabinet. You have to get in to turn the outside lite on. Put it just inside the door down low on the side of the counter cabinet where it can be turned on from outside after opening the door. There is no battery cut off switch. $5 item. Cost cutting? Only lite trailer with a raised wheel well in the dinette foot area. Inconvenient and in the way. Necessary to remove the dining table to close the slide. Inconvenient. Make cut outs for the two legs and leave the table in place. Cheap stereo/dvd/speakers. After all these litte things this is a great towing trailer, its quiet inside, lots of floor space, great bathroom, looks great! Re: Heartland North Trail travel trailer
Harry and KimWe bought a 2011 FOCUS 21 foot. First thing the microwave stopped working and had to be replaced. Next the sound system quit playing DVD's and had to be replaced. But even with those problems the travel trailer was a great buy. And customer support following the purchase is the best. We are happy with our trailer.Re: Heartland Focus liteweight travel trailer
Ray Family in UtahAfter our family of 3 finally outgrew our T@B TQ, we upgraded to a MPG 183. We like the layout inside and having the bathroom with shower is going to be nice. Inside has decent storage, with 2 full pass-through storage(s) give you plenty of room to take gear. Tows VERY nice behind our 94 Ford Ranger XL 4X4 V-6 with the assist of a anti-sway hitch. FYI the radio is also a DVD player. None of the specs show this. Going to be fun in the mountains this summer. Re: Heartland MPG liteweight teardrop trailer
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