I don't consider myself a negative person. Consider this the perspective of point, counter point.....
Most people are giddy with excitement when they buy a coach and anticipate all the things they will do and see as they tour this great land in it. That gleeful attitude can last for a couple of years, or if you are lucky a lifetime.
For it to show up in the market after only 9 months would arouse my suspicion.
A few years ago, I asked about a new Charleston that had just come in. The salesman said to me. "Yeah, it is barely used. Don't you wonder what's wrong with that rig that caused him to trade it so soon?"
Just be careful. "He wanted something Bigger" is a suspect reason I think to take a huge hit to the pocketbook in deprecation. Didn't he look it over inside and out before plunking his money down?
It may be your dream coach or not, It may be exactly as presented but check and verify; check and verify.
Gary, Cindy, Reacher (Maine Coon), and Vivian (in spirit only now).
Retired: July 31st, 2013 and loving it.
2011 Coachmen Encounter 37 TZ pulling a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara. Many upgrades, additions, mods, and changes.