'14 White Hawk 28dsbh
My wife and I went to a dealer today with the intent of purchasing a '13 28dsbh. The dealer had the color we liked in stock, and we had already gotten a very acceptable quote from them. When we arrived, our salesman stated that he could show it to us, but that he had sold the unit that morning. We were a little torqued, as we had driven an hour and a half. He told us that there was an identical unit he could get, but that it was a different color scheme. We looked at a trailer online with those patterns and knew right away that was not for us. He mentioned ordering a '14 as an option, as the factory had already regeared their lines to manufacture the new models. He also told us that we would have a price increase for the '14 models. We were kind of peeved and were expecting a significant increase, but the price increase was $400 for the exact same unit. I am SO glad that the '13 was already sold, as we would have bought it. There are very significant changes in the '14 lineup that we were not aware of. The ceilings are 4" higher with arched interior roof rafters, the hide-a-bed is no longer an air mattress, they added crown molding, the power awning has built in LED lighting on the edge, the J-steel sofa has been redesigned, slam latch doors on exterior storage compartments, and many other changes including a standard 32" TV vs the 26". We can't wait to see the new trailer, as we expect a completely different feel from the '13 models we have been in.