A 2007 Starcraft Starstream SS24QB is eyecatching. If you are shopping for a used RV travel trailer, this might be one you don't want to overlook.
Standard specifications can be viewed at RV Guidebook where you can download a brochure for the 2007 model.
In addition to the streamlined curved shape of the Starstream, the exterior is uniquely designed with pre-coated aluminum EuraVehicle Metallics. It also has three exterior storage bins, covered propane tanks and battery, exterior speakers, LED lights, manual jacks, and a sunroof over the shower.
Inside the overhead cabinet doors sport smoked glass panels, dinette-seat storage, double kitchen sink with drawers and a cabinet below, three-burner range, refrigerator linoleum floor, bathroom shower-tub, medicine cabinet, wardrobe, bedroom includes queen bed, night stand, wardrobe, overhead cabinets, under-bed storage, and TV stand.
Since different accessories were available for the Starstream, you have the option for switching some things out. Starcraft prides itself on designing affordable RVs, knowing that people don't want to pay for features they won't use or don't need.
One owner commented on a forum that their Starstream was very expensive relative to the trade-in value and recommended negotiating a good purchase price. Since the Starstream has been discontinued, with no assurance that they will resume production in the future, used prices may be quite affordable. Prices hover around the $11,000 to $14,000 range for this and other models.
As with all travel trailers, your mileage is primarily determined by your tow vehicle. At 7,100 pounds GVWR, this travel trailer is towable by smaller vehicles, which means you won't have to buy a heavy-duty truck to pull it.
One forum poster commented that the only difference he saw between the quality of Jayco and Starcraft trailers was in the standard features and the two-year warranty. Other owners have pretty consistently made positive comments about the quality of the Starstream travel trailers, with many either regretting selling theirs or saying they would buy a Starstream again.
NHTSA campaign ID number 08V381000: Issued July 29, 2008. Dometic refrigerator may have a defective boiler tube that could release pressurized coolant, that if exposed to a flame, could ignite, causing a fire. Contact Dometic at 1-888-446-5157 or Starcraft at 1-260-593-2550.