Here we have short reviews of the top 2011 Keystone Montana fifth wheel RVs. This is not your typical “pros and cons” review as there aren’t many cons for these models. Keystone is the number one RV manufacturer in North America for a reason, so you wont find many cons with these RVs anyway.
This is a 34-foot rear living model. It’s very visually appealing from the outside. The first thing you’ll notice is the bright colored graphics, 4 slides and aerodynamic nose-cap. However, one of my favorite features is the remote control that allows you to lower and raise the power jacks, roll out the awning, turn on the porch light, and level the coach without even going inside. This one is great for full time living.
.This is a 36 foot rear entertainment model with 4 slides, finished in high gloss gel-coat and fiberglass caps on the front and rear. Inside you’ll find features like rounded corners, big tinted windows, and a rear fireplace. The mantel over the fireplace conceals a big-screen TV that slides up for viewing with the touch of a button. Simply press the button again and it lowers away out of sight. This one has lots of cabinets, kitchen peninsula and a 4-door refrigerator. Built for a party.
This is one tricked-out RV, aluminum frame construction with high gloss exterior finish for starters. Inside you’ll find features like a rear kitchen with TONS of counter space. The LCD television is mounted on a articulating arm so you can watch it from everywhere in the coach. I really like the stereo system that controls the speakers (inside/out) it even has built-in DVD player and auxiliary inputs for USB or ipod. It’s even better upstairs… rounded corners, skylight, LCD TV, lots of headroom, and all richly finished with natural wood and soothing fabrics.
This one is probably my favorite model. It features two bathrooms, sleeping for 8-9 people, 3 TV’s, and an outside cooking station complete with hot/cold running water. Just open the automatic awning, fire-up the exterior speakers for the stereo, and the BBQ is at your house! Great for a family or work crew, and built with convenience in mind for multiple inhabitants. Plus, it’s a Montana, North America’s favorite 5th wheel.
Ok, now the bad part of the review. You have to have a large income to afford any of these, but you certainly get what you pay for.
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