Originally Posted by RobertE
The Wildwood appears to be an entry level with concerns regarding electrical, delaminating and leaking issues. I'm hoping to hear validation of these issues or other people having positive experiences?
I also have an entry level unit that I brought it in Sept. 2010. So far have not had any problems with it other than needing to replace the propane tank regulator. I'm not sure about the product name but I had perma plate sprayed on to protect it from the hot California heat after owning it a year or so. The guys at the shop were talking about how my TT stickers (can't think of the name) were still looking real good while other newer units stickers were peeling.
The price tag of a entry level unit is usually lower than an higher end unit. Remember that higher end units can have problems too. I would recommend hiring a professional RV inspector to check out the unit you are considering. Please don't take the word of a sales person especially since they have a horse in the race. Getting a report from someone neutral can be helpful in making your decision.
How long are you expecting to keep this Wildwood? It's very common for owners to trade in their RVs for something different later on. Kids grow up and your needs could change.
I should point out that I RV alone so there is less normal wear & tear on my TT.
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