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Are the reviews of Holiday Rambler motorhomes generally positive?

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Holiday Rambler motorhomes have primarily positive user reviews on RVT.com, as of 2015, with all the company's models having an average rating of at least four out of five stars. Reviews vary based on the model and year of the motorhome.

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Holiday Rambler's motorhome models include the Ambassador, Vacationer, Admiral and Augusta. Each model tends to receive high user ratings in all the categories on RVT.com, such as livability, overall quality, floor plan and driving/towing.

The Ambassador's average rating is four stars. One review mentions the 1 1/2 bathrooms for the 2010 model and complimented the company's customer support. The 2013 model received a negative review, with the reviewer mentioning frequent mechanical problems, such as a heater core leak, wiring issue and water pump leak.

The Vacationer's average rating is just under five stars. Multiple reviews for multiple model years mention the spaciousness. This model doesn't have any negative reviews, although multiple reviewers state that it needs more kitchen space.

The Admiral's average rating is 4.5 stars. Reviewers compliment its lack of mechanical problems and how comfortable it is. One reviewer, who gave the 2004 model a 3.5-star rating, writes that it's decent but has design flaws and a poor paint job.

The Augusta has one review, a five-star rating for the 2008 model. The reviewer compliments the space, ride quality and lack of mechanical issues.

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