I picked up my new Dynamax last Friday.
Overall it is a very nice motorhome with a layout that meets our purposes. There are many neat features that I appreciate. More on those later.
I am not as enthusiastic about the Dodge Ram chassis. Lots of rough edges to irritate skin. Quirky set up, seems foreign. Oh yeah, I think it is foreign. Can't reach the cupholders. Dim instrument panel lights. My right toe gets caught on something above the gas and break pedals. The breaks are not up to the same stopping level as the Chevy chassis just traded. I suspect they are not heavy duty.
The Dodge people must think that knowing the date is very important for a driver. See photo of the instrument panel display with a priority given to date and time.
Aggravating items on the REV with five days of ownership...
Window screens have gaps between the screen and the window frame. That won't keep the bugs out. Dealer fixed one at PDI but the fix did not last the one hour ride home.
The bed ladder that "is in the back" is not in the vehicle. I suspect the dealership put it into another unit.
Tire pressures were not matched on tires on the same axle even though I was assured they were checked. Front tires were at 75 psi this morning, supposed to be 60 max. And we had a cool night. Missing valve cap. Rears were also 75.
The chassis A/C works decent but the house A/C is marginal. No where near the performance of my Sunseeker trade in.
Upper refrigerator cover fell off while I was driving. I didn't know it until we parked. I checked the lower cover and one corner was protruding from the body.
Any suggestions on how I should cover and protect the fridge and whatever is in that now open space?
I have a service appointment for mid August for the screens. I hope I don't get the Zika virus before that.