Originally Posted by AbdRahim
I agree, although this seems to be all too common. Buying a new RV is a disappointing experience from this stand point. For this kind of money one would expect everything to work perfectly from day one, but this is apparently not reality.
Makes me wonder if there are any real advantages to buying new as opposed to one or two years old.
I think the disappointing process of buying a new unit and then working through all of the bugs (having the trailer at the dealer for months) decreases the customer base. There is a pretty steep learning curve with RVs. If you aren't a DIY person, mechanically inclined, a truck guy, etc, getting into the RV world is not easy.
It was quite the process for me and I'm just in my first year.