Well. Let me tell you about what we are dealing with right now. At the end of February of this year we went looking for an RV. We found one at a local RV dealer that was the perfect size for us. It is a 2005 with only about 40,000 miles on it. It ran perfect on the test drive and the generator started easily and ran smooth. All of the lights, appliances and slides operated with no issue. There were some things that needed attention but nothing appeared to be more than cosmetic and not unexpected due to the age of the coach. Well..........within weeks (and I mean one or two) of signing everything we started having issues. I am not sure of what inspection they conduct at this particular dealership when they get vehicles in and prepare them for sale but I am thinking that the person doing them is most likely blind, deaf and completely illiterate. We had it in the shop within a month of purchasing it and found that it needed an oil change, new plugs and a complete tune up and there was a hose that had a hole in it the size of a quarter that is no longer made due to the age and had to be repaired as best as possible. This was to the tune of almost $1200. Now, we thought OK, we are good now, but nope. We had to take it back in to have the tires checked and filled because the electronic gauge system is obsolete and we could not find directions on how to remove the covers from the valve stem. Let's see, what else......OH! There are 2 back up cameras and neither seem to work. The stereo system does not operate most of the time. The electronic gauges for the water system and battery levels do not work. The damage to the floor (soft floor) appears a lot more extensive that was indicated. And now! The generator does not power anything!! It is connected and runs but does not power anything! We have had it checked by Onan certified people and it turns out that there is an electrical issue somewhere inside of the camper itself. So, the wonderful walk thru that was done with us showing that the generator works and everything turns on and the great test drive appears to have been a bait and switch with most likely everything operating on the batteries and some bubble gum and tape on the engine. We are very displeased about everything because we now have this RV that we owe A LOT of money on that will have little resale value and cannot be used unless there is electric hook ups. I spoke with someone the week after the first issue back in March but did not even receive a courtesy call to say there is nothing they could do. Nothing! I am so angry right now!! Camping World, you need to get it together. I will not be returning to you for our next RV and will never recommend you to anyone.
On Friday, 11/13/2020 I got a call from our sales person about 30 mins ago. He said that he got a message that I was there a few days ago with my father looking at an $11,000 camper. He said he saw the name Kimberly and thought that he recognized the name. OK, let's evaluate this.
First of all, for a few that know, and those that do not, I am 2 weeks post op and certainly would not be out shopping like this. I have ventured out to Walmart a few times and a trip to the feed store for chicken feed but otherwise home bound, soooooo no.
Second: I have an RV and sold out last camper so why would I I want to go back to a pull behind camper? I do not like them and do not want one.
Third: My name, Kimberly, "seemed familiar"? Really?? In your 50+ years on this planet (yes I know that he is a few years older than me through his great sales technique of personalizing himself to me to garner trust) you have NEVER met a Kimberly? He kept calling me Kimberly. Again, those of you that know me know that I do not go by Kimberly except formally. I would not leave that name in any message.
Finally: There is one big and obvious reason that there is no way that I was there with my father a few days ago looking for a camper.......wait for it......my father passed away 3 1/2 years ago. So, unless I was carrying an urn, this is an absolute impossibility. And quite honestly, a repulsive excuse that he gave, again to try to personalize things.
The only logical reason is that they saw my FB post, that I tagged them on, or they saw my Google review. He acted completely surprised about the issues that I told him we were having and said that he would talk to his manager and call me back. Yeah, we shall see.
As of 11/16/2020 we have yet to have heard from anyone. No surprise there.