We have a 2020 232RBW Rocky Mountain Edition.
So far, no problems HOWEVER, some cheap material used in construction;
Counter top, plastic surfaced pressed wood "don't cut on it".
Shower head has no on/off button, a problem when boon docking and water is scarce.
Very lightweight vinal flooring.
Missed a few staples in the ceiling, causing it to sag a bit "I took care of that".
QC... yea, it's so so...
HOWEVER, knock on wood or my head... no repairs yet, so on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd give it an 8 for quality vs cost...🖒
Just name a few; BUT, We paid $19,000 amd a Forest River of equal size was $37,000, so you get what you pau for... Just saying...
Originally Posted by ChristinaS
Hello everyone, I am interested in buying a Jayco Jay Flight SLX 7 145RB. I have some questions about this trailer and hope to hear your opinions.
1) After your purchased your Jayco TT, how often did you need to repair it in the first 2 years? What types of repairing did you do for it?
2) After the first 2 years, does the trailer consistently need repairing? If yes how often is that?
3) Did you use Jaycoís roadside assistance service on the trips? How was it?
4) Did your dealer provide any other roadside assistance service? How was it?
5) Is it a good idea to purchase a TT directly from the factory?
Thank you for your input!