So to all of you who are having these types of issues. It's generally going to be more of an issue with your dealership than with Coachmen. Yes, MOST RVs are assembled about as well as a Chinese Rolex. The dealership you purchased it from should address any issues during make ready and pre inspection. This of course never happens so YOU the buyer must suffer with a poorly assembled product. In my case, I went into it with the understanding that I'm probably going to have to break out quite a few tools and do many many repairs myself if I plan on being happy with our purchase. (Fortunately our RV only suffered from a slow drip past a valve into our freshwater tank) Yes, I agree that a brand new anything shouldn't require this type of forthought, but unfortunately, that's symptomatic of the industry. Several several owners of brand new Montanas, Jaycos, and even Luxe fifth wheels have had similar issues. Go to YouTube and look up "the deprey's" and you'll see that their $90k Jayco Pinnacle has had even more issues that most of the ones listed here.
Now all that being said, there is something you can do to get your deadership to "prioritize " you much quicker and until your satisfacted......
Ready for it?
Call the dealership (or go by), ask to speak with the Sales Manager and Owner.....
Tell them that you need all the problems fixed by X date (be realistic) OR you will leave them a scathing Review on Google..... Believe it or not, negative Google reviews do more damage and stress out more business owners than any other, since it is the first review most people see when researching a new RV dealership.
tell them that you will blast their dealership on Google and they will all of a sudden be much easier to deal with. Because, you impact their wallet now.
Corpus Christi, Texas
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