Originally Posted by TessieB
Interesting two different views. The hubby and I are looking to downsize and the Shasta Retro caught our eye. We are going to ask the dealer to put the trailer on a lift (or over a pit) so the hubby can do an inspection. If they don't want to comply we will walk out. We are also going to look at other smaller campers.
I think the integrity of the dealer has everything to do with the satisfaction you'll have with ANY of the makes and models out there. To make yourself aware of the product going in. The dealer is the final inspection and correction part of any RV. If they just pump them out, then the end user is not going to be happy, doing more fixing than camping. Unfortunate that bad service is more common than not.
I was lucky to find a family owned small dealer that cares about their customers.
They told me they have done a number of reissues for warranty work that were sold by dealers that didn't do the prep work before delivery.
I'm not pushing the Shasta, but am suggesting to really check out the dealer..
If they're. Just pressing for a sale.... Keep looking.
Google the social media, there are a number of sites out there, some folks are happy, some not.. Mine had issues, they were just corrected first..