First and moist importantly, Congrats on the new purchase!! Nice coach!
Here's my $.02 worth, DON'T SIGN ANYTHING UNTIL YOU'VE GONE THROUGH IT TOP TO BOTTOM!!
if you have the option to take along another set of eyes, someone that has been thru a new purchase or even someone that has a trailer. The more eyes the better. Pick it apart. That's a $100K+ unit and it should be perfect in my opinion.
I start at the top. Take your shoes off and climb the ladder and get on the roof and look over EVERY sealed area on it. The front cap area, skylights, vents, everything. Make sure that sealant is not cracked and is covering everything it supposed to cover. It's probably DiCor brand sealant, which is good stuff, and have them throw in a color matching tube for you to be able to re seal things down the road if need be.
Next, do a complete walk around the outside. Have them show you all the wheel lug nuts are torqued to proper specs and the tire pressure is correct. Have them SHOW you what those values are and write it down so you don't forget later. Open and close EVERY compartment door for proper operation and turn on every light in the compartments and on the exterior. Write down where every switch is located for those lights. Make sure decals don't have bubbles, paint job of the graphics is good, and REALLY look over the front lower area and the front cap area for stone chips that may have happened in transit down there. Make sure the front jacks and leveling system work properly. That has to be done when the slides are in. Take a look underneath to see the openings in the underbelly are sealed around the plumbing lines, gas lines, etc.
Inside, run all 5 slides in and out, run the awning in and out fully. Make sure the furnace and hot water heater work when its not connected to shore power, AND when its connected to shore power. Run both A/C units. Fireplace works, fridge works , Turn on all the water faucets to make sure they work connected to city water supply and they work via your water pump and fresh water tank. Look for leak under the sinks, etc... Turn on and off every light, and write down where the switches are located. Sometimes they put switches in stupid, hidden locations. Open and close every door and drawer. Check you counter top(s) for possible scratches. Check over the furniture. Sit in it, recline in it, look it over for possible scratches and/or rips/tears. Check the blinds/shades on the windows. Make sure they installed all the tv's and they work.
I'm sure I may have missed a few things and someone else will chime in. Take your time going over it. Don't be in a rush and don't let them rush you. I'm sure they aren't THAT busy today.
One last thing, make sure you have a good feeling about buying it. Have fun and ENJOY!
2017 North Point 375BHFS
2015 Silverado 3500HD Crew Dually Dmax 4x4