After some four years of research and spending many days at RV shows including three full days in Tampa in January 2013, we decided upon a new 2014 Georgetown XL 378TS Class A motorcoach. Our intent is to sell our Florida home where we have lived since 1989 and become fulltimers. We took delivery right after Christmas 2013.
Why is it that it seems that the factories design and build a great product, and then leave it to the dealers to finish the process? And why is it that the dealers wait until delivery day to be told of things that need to be done, like making sure that the outside radio is not clipped in? Or that there are cracked tiles or misaligned trim or that when the microwave runs for more than 10 seconds it blows a fuse or one of many other items. Why must the purchaser point these out. They must know that they will have to fix them sometime – why not be pro-active and get them done BEFORE delivery day.
I have been reading forums and following other RV blogs for several years now, lurking and learning and I know that we are not alone in our frustration.
Now to get the coach fixed and to put the house on the market…