(Nearly) One Year Warranty Work
I purchased my Solera September 30, 2104 so had my dealer warranty work done last week (I've had two engine warranty service calls, but that's a different story).
First, I've owned several RVs so I know there will always be some things that have to be fixed. Take your house and subject to a 4.0 earthquake frequently, as we do when we drive, and you'd expect some repairs.
That said, I found some of the repairs understandable, three I feel are manufacture defects.
The vinyl stripping that runs around the front edge of the motorhome came loose on both sides. I learned on the forum this is common. The repair shop told me not just a 2015 problem, but earlier models as well. When I contacted the Solara warranty manager he was well aware of it. Seems this is a problem that should have been addressed long ago.
Large chunks of insulation in the AC vents. The repair facility said best as they could determine this was insulation (Styrofoam) left over from cutting out the vent holes. What? No effort to remove the cutout pieces? They checked the insulation as best as possible and could find no problems, but at least I have it documented for the future.
TV Mount - In my model, rather than a bunk in the overcab, I have large storage cabinets and a 42" TV. On a recent trip we were shaken by a large crash. I quickly pulled over and discovered the two screws (only two screws) in the top bracket had stripped out and the TV fell forward. The only thing that kept if from coming down on us was the bottom screws. It remains to be seen how well the repair holds up. I now have "check TV mount" on my depart checklist.
Some nail heads pushed through. . .think 4.0 earthquake. Easy fix.
Rear slide "Bulb Seals" were loose. Since they were never adequately installed originally I think the manufacture should address this. However, I've learned that all slideout seals on any RV need constant monitoring and TLC.
Overall, I have been very happy with the Solera. With our previous 40 foot DP it was easy to drive, but not fun to drive. I was always happy to get to our destination. The Solera is just fun to drive and some times I find myself wishing I had a few more miles to drive when I arrive at my destination.