Saturday, April 1, 2023


How would you rate your Keystone Montana Fifth Wheel?


In this new feature, we ask readers to rate their RVs — their overall satisfaction with the vehicle.

We ask on all surveys to respond only if you own such a vehicle, and that the model is no older than six years. The idea is to provide a resource for buyers about how owners of a particular vehicle feel about it.

If you do not own a Keystone Montana Fifth Wheel, to see the results without voting click the bottom left corner of the poll question where it says “View results.” Be sure to check back later as the number of votes increases.

Please leave a comment to provide insights into your opinion of the RV.


149 Montana Owners responded.

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Mike Jackson
4 years ago

We searched for almost two years, upgrading for our Jayco class C to the Montana 5’er (2018 3810MS) we have now since last March. We almost went with a Grand Design, but the Montana’s floor plan, price, and local dealership is what sold us. My B-I-L bought one two years before us and he, like us, absolutely loves it. I continue to do research on other Montana owner problems, but we haven’t experienced any major problems. Just the usual cosmetic ones I feel you would find with other brands. Ours has been well used this year and plan to do about the same next year.

Les White
4 years ago

Love our 2018 Montana 3820fk layout bought new Nov. 2017, but not happy with our repair issues. Wasn’t 60 miles down the road when one of our living room slides produced a problem. It had lost a bolt and nut off the winding assembly so 97cents later I fixed it. On our first trip we noticed a large amount of water in the bottom of the frig. Under the crisper drawers. After removing the water we decided to also remove a factory sticker in the same area only to find it was covering up a 6 inch crack in the inside shell. Talked to several dealers listening to them say, they don’t make any money doing warranty work and a deposit is required of half to start. My dealer tells me to stop by anytime to setup an appointment for six to 8 weeks out. I have a bathroom door that came off its rollers before we got home from the dealership on the 1st day. Not to mention the other items they said they fixed at time of inspection, not being completed.

Captn John
4 years ago

2017 High Country 370BR. I thought it was average but after reading of the problems others have I’m sure it is above average, way above. Also, we use it and tow 8000 – 12,000 miles annually besides staying in it 200 nights +/-.

Mike Moreau
4 years ago

2015 High Country 305RL. Two issues. Slide out motor replaced on living room slide and kitchen slide was jerking coming in and out, easy fix was Teflon base spray and cleaning the plastic part under the slide with alcohol.

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