We bought our 2019 Aria 3601 very gently used. Previous owner only had it 28 days and she had 4331 mi. when we took delivery and 1150 of those were the drive from Elkhart to Tampa. We're headed back to the dealership over Halloween weekend with a laundry list of things that need to be repaired under the remaining factory warranty (Good until July of 2021). They will be replacing a section of wallpaper in the MBR that's delaminating, replacing the latch on one of the luggage compartment doors, replacing one Back-up light that's accumulating water (for the 2nd time), aligning the headlights so I stop blinding all the oncoming drivers, installing 2 bolts that are missing on the passenger side mirror, replacing a missing setscrew for the drivers side mirror, repairing or replacing the sofa that has missing and loose hardware and the screw heads on all the large screws stripped out and doing the recall from Cummins on the 6.7L diesel. I think that's most of the list, but Mama may have told them about even more stuff that needs to be looked at. Luckily, we bought our coach from a dealership that gives preferred treatment to buyers of luxury MH'S, so we get to go the the head of the line for service once all the ordered parts have been received. None of these things would have been deal-breakers when we bought the coach, but they are rather annoying on a coach that was purchased by the original owner in July of this year. And since this was our first Class A, I'll know what to look at more in-depth when it's time to move to a different coach.
2019 Thor Aria 3601
2012 Kia Soul Toad