A little QC please, Jayco
We've had two Jaycos, both were purchased new. The first (2011 28BHS) had more issues than the second (2012 32TSBH) by far, but the issues did end up getting resolved with the dealers and Jayco. I've talked with a Jayco rep before about their QC issues and she basically told me that the dealer is responsible for making sure the trailer is issue free. They apparently have the option to do this before or after the sale. I believe most dealers opt for after because they are trying to get away with as much as they can. They figure some they'll do a ton of work on and some they won't do any and some in between. It all averages out. Where Jayco does get defensive is if a dealer refuses to take care of verified warranty issues. They will do end runs around dealers so fast it'll make their heads spin if they refuse to take care of issues that Jayco feels should be taken care of. I've seen it first hand, happened with my second trailer. I agree with Crabman and it is a luck of the draw what type and number of issues you'll have with a new trailer. You will almost always have issues of some sort. Jayco has a long ways to go to achieve consistently good quality. Their current processes simply don't allow for it. Just know that whatever you end up with, you have a manufacturer behind it that will try to make things right. That's what the two dealers I bought my trailers from told me, and they were right.
2012 JayFlight 32TSBH (Elite, Thermal, Tech Packages, Power Awning)
2009 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Platinum 5.4L V8/3.73 Limited Slip, 6.5' Bed, Max Tow, and Integrated Brake Controller