Our 2006 Hurricane didn't have any slides, but I think you'll have a very hard time finding anything new or even recent that doesn't have at least one slide in it. Some have problems, some don't - like everything else out there. Now that we have slides, we can't believe how much more room they give. One word of advice that I got from a friend and it works for us. Look for RV's with the large slide on the driver's side, not the passenger side. Our full length slide is on the driver's side with a much smaller bed width slide on the passenger side. Reason being that if the main slide is on the passenger side, it's going to eat up a great deal of your campsite when you get set up. Also tends to cause problems with awnings unless the awning is mounted on the slide itself. Just something to think about.
2015 Legacy SR340 360RB
2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Toad
Gigi, Poppy and Sadie Lady...On the road, but not full time!