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2021 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH Reviews

Published on June 12th, 2018
This post was updated on November 15th, 2021

2018 jayco jay flight slx 154bh floor plan

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH Virtual Walkthrough

MSRP: $14,722

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Virtual Walkthrough:Take a Virtual Tour



Floor Plan


Sleeping Capacity


Length (Bumper to Hitch)

17.83 ft. (214 in.)

Dry Weight

2,585 lbs.

Cargo Carrying Capacity

665 lbs.

Gross Vehicle Weight

3,250 lbs.

Exterior Width

7.08 ft. (85 in.)

Exterior Height

9 ft. (108 in.)

Interior Height

6.08 ft. (73 in.)

Fresh Water Tank Capacity

10 gal. (83.5 lbs.)

Gray Water Tank Capacity

19.9 gal (166.16 lbs.)

Black Water Tank Capacity

19.9 gal (166.16 lbs.)

Floor Plan Description

The Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH is a light weight single axle 18 foot trailer that is towable by most half ton trucks, some mini vans and SUVs.

As soon as you enter, you will notice a dinette to the right (the front of the trailer). This dinette converts down into additional sleeping space but can be folded up and used as an outside picnic table.

To the rear of the trailer you’ll find a bathroom containing a shower and toilet (separated).

The rear passenger’s side contains two single bunks, both rated for 300 pounds, with comfortable 4 inch thick bunk mats.

Your kitchen, along the driver’s side wall, contains a temperature controlled 3 cubic foot refrigerator and freezer combination, a 2 burner stove, a single sink with a microwave above.

Along the driver’s side wall and above the dinette you will find your wall mounted 8,000 BTU A/C.

​The Jay Flight SLX 154BH is a 30 amp trailer but because of the smaller air conditioner and smaller refrigerator, you can get away with a small 2000 watt RV generator as a power source.

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