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View Poll Results: Quality after two years poll
Quality level 1 1 0.75%
Quality level 2 0 0%
Quality level 3 3 2.26%
Quality level 4 4 3.01%
Quality level 5 6 4.51%
Quality level 6 11 8.27%
Quality level 7 8 6.02%
Quality level 8 41 30.83%
Quality level 9 44 33.08%
Quality level 10 15 11.28%
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Old 10-05-2015, 03:21 PM   #1
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Quality after two years poll

How would you rate the overall quality of your RV after at least the FIRST TWO YEARS since you took delivery. One through ten, one being terrible ten being outstanding. This poll is for those that purchased new, not used.

We need everyone that is relevant to vote in these quality polls so we can use the info as a reference point. Many times only problems are reported on forums so these polls will show just how good or bad the experience has been for all members. Please Vote.


This poll is just that, a poll on quality after at least two years of ownership. Report specific problems in the Jayco Problems and Issues forum. Civil discussion is welcome BUT rants, vents, and brand bashing will not be tolerated in this thread.
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Old 10-05-2015, 05:45 PM   #2
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I will rate my TT a 9. Wont be two years till spring but ao far so good. Yes I have had a few problems along the way but I expect problems on a "house" that bounces up and down the road all summer long.
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Mine is over 4 years old but I was completely happy with it at 2 years and still am.
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:03 PM   #4
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2 years this January, but so far a 9
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:29 PM   #5
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My two year vote is for a 2005 Jayco Escapade. Had a couple of real problems with it so I had to give it middle of the road rating.
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:42 PM   #6
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Took delivery nearly 6 years ago on October 16 2009. Only a few minor issues thus far, never been back to a dealer.
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Old 10-05-2015, 09:32 PM   #7
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Nothing major either before or after the 2 year mark. Starting to come across a screw here and there now that have backed out over time. The windows don't slide a well as the once did, aluminum tracks are getting worn. But all in all I am very happy with my JayFlight and expect to make some repairs.

In fact, I have been traveling so much for work recently I didn't DIY my annual PM inspections and re-caulking. I had a local RV service only shop do it, and they commented how impressed they were with the overall condition.
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Old 10-05-2015, 09:35 PM   #8
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I will give my TT an 8. This is the same 8 I would have given it when it was new. This also considers I have given the other brands at a similar price point lower scores after walk through a. The quality is in line with my expectations of a $25k house on wheels. My repairs have only been warranty so far. I am pleased.
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A strong "9". Bought mine new in 2008...never been in the shop for anything since then. Anything that may have rattled loose, got out of adjustment, etc. was easily repaired with a screwdriver or an adjustable wrench. I have considered trading it for a newer one the past 2 years but just cannot let this one go.
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I rated ours a 6 because after the first two years life with it has been average.
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