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Old 03-26-2013, 06:27 PM   #1
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Jayco 28 BHBE (wait for a 2014 or go with a 2013) Changes???

Does anyone know when Jayco will build their 2014 28 BHBE and what CHANGES will be made from the 2013 model year? Seeing that this is a new model and most people say not to go with a first model year production camper so they have a chance to work out the bugs. I cannot find anything on their site. The BHBE was not if the first brochure they put out on the Jay Flights but it was in the brochure on the 2nd printing. Thanks if anyone has any information.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:37 PM   #2
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The new model year production usually begins late April or May. The website does not usually update to the new model year until August.
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:46 PM   #3
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A dealer should be able to tell you the changes for 2014. I know the last run of 19Hs is going on now and they will be done mid April. When I purchased my Z I could take the unit on the lot, which I did, or order one. If I ordered the wood color would have been cherry. I liked the oak so I took the unit on the lot.
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Like the above posters said, May is usually the change your best bet is contacting Jayco personally at that time. From my experience Jayco was able to give me details on model changes, within 24 hrs via email, my dealership was clueless, and useless when it came to the model year changes. When my 2013 showed up at the dealership they conducted tours so everyone at the dealership knew what the new changes were.
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:47 PM   #5
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Like the above posters said, May is usually the change your best bet is contacting Jayco personally at that time. From my experience Jayco was able to give me details on model changes, within 24 hrs via email, my dealership was clueless, and useless when it came to the model year changes. When my 2013 showed up at the dealership they conducted tours so everyone at the dealership knew what the new changes were.

That is sad. My dealership knows what is happening with lines they carry.
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Does anyone know when Jayco will build their 2014 28 BHBE and what CHANGES will be made from the 2013 model year? Seeing that this is a new model and most people say not to go with a first model year production camper so they have a chance to work out the bugs. I cannot find anything on their site. The BHBE was not if the first brochure they put out on the Jay Flights but it was in the brochure on the 2nd printing. Thanks if anyone has any information.
Change is not always a good thing. When we were looking at Jayco TT's the past 2 months we noticed that some models had a sort of shiny countertop/kitchen table look that we didn't care for. I want to say that it was the newest models there but I can't say for sure.
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The dealers I have contacted say they do not know what the changes are or will be. Also I have a email out to Jayco and waiting for a reply. I do know that if we would have waited another year for the camper we have now we would not have liked it at all. So that's why I was trying to decide on either 2013 or 2014.
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If you really like the 2013 model and can get one, I would say go for it.
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I know where to find a 2013, it's on the dealers lot, same place I had looked at it last December, it hasn't moved and the price went $500
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Old 03-29-2013, 08:18 PM   #10
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Well I was hoping to hear from Jayco this week but nothing yet. Maybe next week.
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