One of the big things I’ve heard in recent years in regards to Riverside RV’s website is that it’s one of the clunckiest, least professional looking RV manufacturer websites around. It was hard to disagree with that assessment. Within the past two years, they upgraded the site, but it was still lacking in continuity. However, they’ve made now another update to the site and this one should end the talk of the website and should focus on the product Riverside produces.
The updated site highlights the two White Water lines of trailers and toy haulers: The Retro and the Mt McKinley. Of note in the Retro line is the discontinuation of the first model that was introduced in 2011: The Retro 155 (also the 155XL).
All other floorplans seem to be intact, as well as the Retro, Jr teardrop trailer. Specifications are also uniformly laid out among the eight Retro floorplans.
Riverside always had a contemporary trailer outside of the Retro, but with the change in name of it to the Mt McKinley, it appears they still want to have a mainstream trailer should the Retro fad start to fade.
To view the updated Riverside RVs website for yourself, check it out at http://riversidervs.net.