In Tampa, three lifelong friends who call themselves the 'Divas Do' love to travel and want an RV for a cross-country road trip. With a budget of $185,000, they're looking for a coach for a six week break. In Arizona, childhood friends Dave and Molly want to find an RV under $100,000 to expand the territory they can cover in their traveling photo booth business. In Colorado, the Ticknors are on the Denver lot looking for an RV that can fit a family of ten. With a budget of $80,000, the Ticknors need a coach that can live up to the day-to-day demands of real life.
A minister and his wife are tempted on a tour of travel trailers, a singing Sheriff and his bluegrass pickin' wife have a showdown over the perfect RV, and showbiz family wants to kick things up a notch.
Lifelong friends and business partners try to outdo each other as they shop for upgraded RVs with more horsepower and top-of-the-line amenities. Elsewhere, a rock band is in desperate need of a new tour bus that can sleep 8 people, and has extra storage for their equipment.
Two cyclist buddies want an RV for expeditions, adventurous newlyweds are looking for a honeymoon love nest and a family of six wants a spacious RV for a lifetime of memories.
Recently retired corrections officers Kathy and Trenton Brewton are upgrading to a larger Class A coach with more horsepower and extra living space. They arrive at Lazydays in Tampa and meet with RV expert Anthony Smith to find out if they can get everything they want with their $250,000 budget. Anthony takes the Brewtons to see the $303,000 2015 Fleetwood Discovery, and it makes a great first impression. Trenton loves the spacious shower and 380 horsepower engine. But Kathy prefers more closet space and wishes the unit came with bunk beds. Next, they look at the 2015 Winnebago Forza priced within their budget at $230,000. Kathy loves the fireplace, bunk beds and ample storage space in the bedroom. But Trenton thinks the shower space is a tight squeeze and isn't happy with the 340 horsepower engine. In Tucson empty nesters Joe and Bonnie Stevens just sold off their internet business and are ready to cash in on the RV lifestyle. The Stevens have a budget of $600,000 and want to purchase a Class A coach with the ultimate luxury package. They arrive at Lazydays where they're paired up with RV expert Joe Mathews. First, Joe takes the Stevens to see the 2015 American Coach Revolution priced at $408,000. They love the spacious interior and sleek design features. And the induction cooktop in the kitchen gives Bonnie the feeling of home. But the bathroom doesn't have a double vanity so it may be a deal breaker. So Joe takes the Stevens to look at the 2015 Entegra Cornerstone. The kitchen has the pullout counter Bonnie wanted along with the double vanity. But at a cost of $638,347 - Joe doesn't seem too keen on going over budget. International equestrian clinician Caroline Rider and her husband Kurt Beste are shopping for a spacious trailer for their horse training business. They need a trailer with space for four horses and comfortable living quarters that fits within their $200,000 budget. They arrive at the Lazydays in Tampa and meet up with RV expert Chris Mullis. Chris takes them to see the 2008 4-Star Trailer, priced under-budget at $85,000. Caroline loves the beautiful copper and leather accents. Kurt loves the design touches in the bathroom. But they were disappointed the trailer only had 3 stalls in back. So Chris decides to show the couple the 2010 Foretravel Conversions Twister priced at $130,000. Kurt and Caroline love the high-end, spacious interior. The trailer also comes equipped with the 4 stalls they need and the added bonus of a camera feature so they can monitor the horses anytime. But all this luxury and convenience comes with a catch. They would have to upgrade to a truck with higher tow capacity, pushing the total cost to $235,000 if they decide to upgrade to the truck and trailer package. Kathy and Trenton Brewton have a tough decision to make. After they discuss what settling into retirement means, the couple decides to treat themselves and pick the Fleetwood Discovery. Over in Tucson, Joe and Bonnie Stevens are weighing the pros and cons of the Revolution versus the Cornerstone Entegra. In the end, they decide to purchase the Entegra because it has the best, high-end features. Caroline Rider and Kurt Beste really love all the amenities in the Foretravel Conversion Twister. But it requires spending more than they intended. Overall, there was only one option that has everything they need, so Caroline and Kurt pick the Twister.
A roller derby team of 16 needs a mega road warrior for their weekend competitions; a mother/daughter duo search for an RV to tour as many EDM festivals over the summer; and a couple plans to upgrade to a vacation home on wheels.
After breakaway success as a brick-and-mortar immersive game experience, the 'Escape the Room' team wants to go mobile and are on the hunt for a fifth wheel with nooks and crannies for clues plus a surprise or two for guests. In Tampa, boaters Kevin and Laura want to drop anchor and hit some landlocked locations in a luxury land yacht. They hope to find something plush with high-end amenities as well as a coach that's built for business to keep their careers afloat while out on the road. In Denver, two exes turned best friends hope to remain close in a tiny trailer they can take on the road and share their mutual love of adventures, festivals and fun.
A family of different heights wants an RV that'll fit them all for a big family road trip, cookie makers need the perfect rolling bakery, and a retired couple wants to rough it -- in luxury.
Four all-time favorite buyers dig deep into their pockets on a hunt for the most incredible, luxurious and extravagant RVs.
Tampa rock and roll trio 'Acting Natural' dreams of going national, but before they hit the road, they're going to need a better ride. A Denver family wants an RV for family fishing trips, but their tight budget makes finding the perfect camper a tall order. Finally, back in Tampa, football fanatics and college sweethearts Chris and Monica want an RV so they can follow their favorite team all season, but they need plenty of room for them and their two huge dogs.
A volleyball team needs to score an RV for out-of-town games, a couple and their dog need a posh coach for a family vacation and an adoptive couple wants an RV to take their new daughters on a tour of the country.
Jesse and Jennifer Leal have a large blended family of 4 kids and need a travel trailer with ample sleeping space for family vacations. The Leals arrive at Lazydays in Tampa where they meet RV expert Tracy Elliott. They're anxious to see what they can get with their $25,000 budget. Tracy takes the family to see the $29,000 2015 Crossroads Sunset Trail. The Leals like the swivel TV in the master bed area but Jennifer thinks the overall interior feels cramped. She also wasn't too impressed with the outdoor kitchen. Next Tracy takes the family to see the 2015 Keystone Passport Ultra Lite and their boys love the bunk bed room. Jennifer loves the kitchen and separate master bedroom. But the $30,000 cost of the Keystone may be a stretch for their budget. Olu and Farran Burrell want a compact and luxurious RV suitable for their growing toddler. They arrive at Lazydays and meet up with RV expert Jason Brunner to see what options are available in their $120,000 budget. Jason takes the Burrell family to see the 2015 Winnebago Trend priced at $92,000. The moment they step inside the RV, Olu complains about the tight space, and Farran doesn't like the loft style bed. So Jason switches gears and shows them the 2015 Winnebago Via. Farran loves the dinette set and overall layout and Olu is surprised to see the comfortably sized bathroom. The only issue appears to be the budget-busting price tag of $145,000. Dog lovers Colin and Amy Arnold are in the market for a coach large enough to have an office space and room for yoga routines. They've brought their two canines along to help pick a coach that fits their needs and their $350,000 budget. They're paired up with Lazydays RV expert Chris Mullis. First Chris shows the couple the 2015 Winnebago Tour priced at $396,000. Amy and Colin love the spacious interior and the "dog proof" couch. However, Amy isn't comfortable going that high over budget, so next Chris takes the couple to see the under-budget $315,000 2010 Monaco Dynasty. Overall they love the roomy interior and the hotel feel of the master bedroom. Unfortunately, the main living area doesn't have room for Colin's office space he needs to teach his online courses. When RV expert Tracy Elliott decides to take a Leal-family vote to see which travel trailer is the favorite, the Keystone Passport Ultra Lite receives the loudest applause. Overall, it has the sleeping space and amenities they want, so Jesse and Jennifer agree to stretch the budget and purchase the Keystone. Olu and Farran Burrell love the interior of the Winnebago Via but aren't too keen on going over budget. In the end, the couple decides the Via is the best choice for sharing new memories and travel adventures with their daughter. Amy likes the price of the Monaco Dynasty, but Colin is pushing for the storage and living space the over-budget Winnebago Tour offers. After weighing the pros and cons the Arnolds agree that its better to take a financial hit and get everything they want and choose Winnebago Tour as their new home.
A budding sports agent searches for a mobile office with great gas mileage; a ballroom dancing couple looks to upgrade to an even bigger RV to accommodate their 10,000-mile shuffle across the country; and 2 pilots are ready to spend $700,000 on a luxury RV.
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