Originally Posted by gocarp
Good to know. Thanks!
I'm trying to determine if buying from camping world and all their locations is really a benefit. "We're not some small mom and pop shop and not answer the phone on a Sunday afternoon when you need help."
Based on the volume of complaints I've seen over the last couple years on several RV forums, all else being equal I wouldn't go near Camping World. There seem to be a few that are good, (?) but mostly people complain. Wouldn't call that a benefit.
We bought a 2014 264bh from Keystone RV a couple of years ago, was a good sales experience for me. Salesman was great, deal was really good, installed my WDH for free (brought a ProPride up and had them install it), and didn't even try to sell me on a bunch of other crap in the process.
We traded it in on a class c last month, but had 2 great years with it. Lots of camping nights, pulled it lots of miles. I picked it in part because it didn't have a slide- less weight, less complexity. The new rig has 2, and they are nice, but I wouldn't say game changing by any means. Depends on how you camp I guess, we do most of our 'living' outside when we camp.
For reference- we have 3 kids.