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Old 05-07-2019, 02:11 AM   #3
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Model: Fleetwood Bounder 35P
State: Florida
Posts: 473
THOR #15054
Originally Posted by Paradox998 View Post
We purchased a 2019 Chateau 25V a couple months ago. Overall we really like the design, although the workmanship is so-so. The unit has lots of storage with a huge rear storage compartment and also a number of "hidden" interior storage areas. Also, if you do not need the cab-over for sleeping, it is a huge storage area. We really like the twin/king bed arrangement and that it is not a slideout. The bath is a bit different with very little vanity space to sit items down on, but is functional. When the bath doors are open the rear bed area is separated for the dinette area.

Check the unit very carefully. We have a leak in the slideout, leak in the fresh water tank connection, trim that fell off the walls, interior items (curtain, stink stoppers) missing, latch on an outside compartment missing, damage to the vinyl fooring in 2 spots, lots of loose screws and construction debris, chassis battery failed, house batteries won't reliably start the generator, water stains on the mattresses and seams not sewn completely, headboard separated from the wall, etc.

Bottom line is that we are glad we chose this model, but the build quality is very disappointing.

For the record, this is our third RV.
Thanks so much for the feedback! We are coming to realize that we have very few choices for the twin beds: the 25V, the Axis 24.1 (Class A), or something in the Sprinter chassis. This means, from a $$$ perspective, we have only one real choice.

My wife has already been commenting on how she is going to have to get creative with the lack of vanity space. Apparently, she was right in that observation!

We definitely will keep an eye on the "little things" like that, but I'm already planning on those being there. I'm just hopeful that there aren't any "big things". There are none of these 25V's out there within 300 miles of us here in Michigan, so we are thinking we may have to go far to get one, unless we can order one through a dealership. (I really don't know if you can do that like a new car or not.)

Feel free to add on anything else that you happen to think of later. Would love to hear any and all feedback. Thanks, again!
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