Originally Posted by JamieGeek
Well the V-10 is a pretty reliable engine (the failure of the OP not withstanding) and thus you shouldn't really need a lot of work done (other than oil changes and the occasional spark plug maintenance).
The mechanic did say the V-10 was very reliable but he also said there were some general maintenance things that are hard to reach compared to some of the other coaches they work on. He also said they hate working on Class A's altogether. He said they had to cut a big hole in the side of the fiberglass one time one a class A to fix the engine and then had to take it to a RV body shop to repair the hole. He said the manufacture of the coach did not know of a way for them to reach that part of the engine. He said it was a very expensive fix. I am starting to see the advantage of class C's but I really don't care for the look of the cab over.