We have a 2012 Georgetown and feel we are constantly attending to another repair. This is a long post as I am frustrated and venting!
Right after purchase, the seat and steering wheel needed to be re-aligned, as the driver was seated on an angle and the steering wheel was off-centre. After we used it once a wheel alignment was done. Due to the unusual tire wear, new front tires had to be purchased. (The unit was driven from the US to Canada so had 3,000 km on it when we bought it). As far as I am concerned, this should have been covered by the dealer or under warranty, but wasn't.
The windshield motorized shade no longer works. The microwave works intermittently and currently won't even turn on. All of the faux weather is wearing - with the driver's seat already replaced under warranty. The C02 monitor randomly goes off and no issue can be found. As stated by others, the door magnet is off so the stairs don't retract without a lot of opening and closing. I swear we have an electrical issue. There is only one air conditioner (which we had assumed would be okay as we are only 28 feet), but it can't keep up in the heat. An additional one is a must, as the bedroom gets no air at all. These are the most annoying issues, there are many more minor problems.
The dealership in our area has now dropped Georgetown and will no longer sell them because they feel they got the run around with warranty work.
I have never been so disappointed in a purchase. We have had a travel trailer and fifth-wheel in the past with basically no problems, so we were not prepared for so many issues. We care for our purchases meticulously, so it gets frustrating to constantly have repairs. This unit is only used a couple of weeks a year and is only 2 years old. The question is, do I take a loss and trade it in or continue to repair it and hope there won't be more problems.