I was in Middlebury Indiana working today. I was down the road from the factory an decided to pay a visit to look at the 2015 models at the visitor center.
One of the first things I noticed was all the TT and fifth wheels now have a skylight bubble in the main area similar to the one above the bathtub but they are about 4 feet long. It's pretty nice now there is more natural light inside. My concern would be another possible entry point for water leaks.
The Jayco logo has been redesigned. I wanted to take some pictures but was told I could not take photos. I don't understand that one. It's not the assembly line. I didn't want to ruffle any feathers....no pun intended
I noticed quite a bit of cosmetic flaws, exterior and interior. You would think that Jayco would want the best looking rigs at the visitor center. One example was the corner molding inside a fifth wheel was hanging and the ceiling material was sagging. Looked like a roof leak. Another TT, the tile looking backsplash was falling off the wall. I think a lot of the problems we all read about here on this forum get overlooked by the dealers. So anybody purchasing a new TT, take the time and really look over your trailer prior to towing it off the lot. I think someone here had a PDI sticky on that.
I noticed the door locks are now going to a keyless entry setup. The door itself is thinner and the screen door is really flimsy. May by a design/material change. The frame seemed to be a plastic or composite material.
I'm not sure if I'm a fan of the frameless windows. They look pretty easy to break if they have to be forced open or closed.
Lastly, Jayco should just install quality vent fans in the bathroom. For the money these trailers cost, that 4" fan is a joke.
I'm going to be down there again next week.....I'm going to try and get pictures.
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