Originally Posted by PammyC
I am also considering a 2016 wildcat 28sgx. What I am not sure if it is an entry level fifth wheel. We have owned entry level travel trailers. The interior does not look entry level by no means. The insulation is far better than any tt we have ever owned. I just fear major things like leakage, slides not working, axels too small which you can't predict but could be skimped on in entry level rvs. I am also considering a Jayco ht 275 Rlst. The Wildcat has the kitchen beat by a long shot. I also wonder if the floors are aluminum. I couldn't find that on my research.
Here is a link to a brochure that shows how the floor is built. It is aluminum truss's with laminate and insulation from what I have read. It appears solid.
The 28 SGX does not appear to be a entry level. We have an entry level 5th wheel and are looking to move up. I am pretty sure the 28 SGX is a good 5th wheel. I have yet to find a bad thing about it. I have went thru it twice.
Of course like anything you will have to go thru the, it's new and things are going to not work. But I like what I am seeing so far.