We saw one on our way back from picking up our 21 in 2017, plus I got a close look at one in 2015 ? Before they restarted production. Nicely built heavy and expensive. Not in our budget when it was time to buy. Glad the Escape was available else we would have been in a Scamp or Casita and they were too small. I sure liked the build quality and 4 season design.
Stretched Casita. Nice, but a stretched Casita in terms of floor plan. We like permanent beds, large dinettes and adequate galleys. No matter how nicely built a trailer is, if the floor plan doesn't work for you, nothing else matters.
"You can't buy happiness, but you can buy an RV. And that is pretty close."
Some things I like about the Oliver:
- True 4 season trailer.
- Twin beds.
- Sleek looking interior (highly subjective... I know).
Some things I don't:
- Size of refrigerator. You would think a trailer in that price range would come with a bigger unit.
- Not enough counter space.
Yep, and a dinky little two burner stove which locates the burners so close together that if you place a 12" frypan on one, the other is virtually unusable. The factory tour was instructive however. We were comparing the smaller unit with our 17B. MUCH less storage.