We got one new in early '14, have put 10k+ miles on it and like it. . Interior, the mattresses aren't much. Space is tight but is just fine for 2 with a dog and weekends with grand kids. Added 12v reading lights over table seats. . Exterior, original tires were bias ply and marginal at best. Ours also came with a bent axle, got axle straightened and new one size up radials at about 4k miles. Just fine since. Symptom was cupping on both edges of tires. . Refrigerator won't cool without removing outside vent cover, then it's very good. Added fans but vent cover is so restrictive that didn't fix it. Debating next step, in the meantime the vent cover is easy off and solves problem, just ugly. . Biggest 12v current draw is interior lights, second likely is furnace fan. Lights are an easy LED replacement. With LEDS all the interior lights draw less current than one incandescent bulb. If you do that don't forget the porch light
Under 3000k matches warm incandescent color. . I added a 2nd 12v deep cycle battery from Costco mounted beside the original on the tongue. It's a little higher capacity than the original supplied by the dealer, but they work ok together. We get 4 days out of them boondocking, that's as long as we've tried at a stretch. The voltage is creeping down to low 11.x volts by the end. I'm guessing 5 years battery life, we're half way there with no degradation . We think it's great. Got it to replace camping by sleeping in the back of the truck. Wanted something that was easy to haul and had most of the comforts. It has fit the bill nicely. Have a buddy with a big Airstream, that's grand, but I'd rather have the extra $90k he spent to do something else with and with lots less bulk to haul around. . Note: It pulled perfectly on the old Chevy 1500 we had when we got it. Got a newer Ford F150 and it was all over the road. Chevy had a factory rear sway bar, the Ford did not. Added a rear sway bar to the Ford and manners are back to very good. Ford is an eco-boost and we love it. Chevy struggled towing on high grades west out of Denver, eco-boost chews them up and never revs much over 3k.