Does that exist??
And are we talking new or used, cause over the years there have been bad designs and good designs.
But generally speaking, sticking with the big names is safest.
See Winnebago used to be pretty king like, until they introduced a new slide system a few years back that's very finicky.
Entegra looks nice, but is new at it with a few issues here and there.
Fleetwood always makes a solid RV.
Monaco in the 00 - 08 range where solid with their dynasty - then strayed off to make the beaver (same coach, solid as a rock) Then bought Holiday Rambler (same coach, solid as a rock) then hit a money bump in the road, and has now been purchased by Fleetwood, so nothing for 15 yet, or 14 really, but leaves question about the quality + warranty of the 11 through 14 years.
Country Coach is a SOLID coach, will only find used.
Tiffin makes a great machine - simple and elegant, well thought out throughout the range.
Newmar kicks butt as far as i'm concerned.
Thor I wouldn't touch. Forest River is not on my hit list. Although I would go FR over Thor in a heart beat with the Berkshire shining nicely.
If I were buying a brand new DP - it would be down to Fleetwood / American Coach, Newmar, Entegra, Tiffin - in that order. And the only reason tiffin is at the end is floorplan preferences.
You've just stepped into the twilight zone my friend. (melting clock floats by) You cannot possibly do enough research to prepare you for this. Research plus experience is what it takes. There are just TOO many ins, and outs, and opinions, and arm chairs.
Feel free to PM me, and I will give you my phone number and we can chat about it if you want.
But the big starter questions are this.
How much money are you willing to spend?
How much money will that leave you to fix stuff and what's your anticipated spend there?
Are you stuck on new (or used)?
How are you going to use the machine? Why do you want one in the first place?
My wife and I move around a lot. So far we've gone coast to coast in under 12 months. We bought high quality used / old. Invested some fixerup money, but overall reliability has been great.
Some people though are weekend warriors, only going a few hundred miles for a quick trip to the woods 4 times a year.
Some people LIVE in their RV's full time!
Some people have large families plus tuck granny in the back.
Some people are solo.
Some people take 25 cats with them
Some people are old, and ease of access to certain features matter.
Some people like to go down dirt roads and camp in the middle of no where.
Some people would never dream of ever in a million years allowing 1 speck of dust to settle on their paint job, concrete only please.
So for each mindset and budget, there is a solution... but get a lemon.... oh boy! Very much in this business you get what you pay for.
recent climate has seen the entrance of many a less expensive "entry level" bus, and uhmm.... well, there's a lot of problems there.
So you have a choice... newer vs older.... and at what level of money and / or payment tricky tricky
We asked your exact question a little over a year ago... 20,000 miles later + tons of research, I'm happy to help
P.S. be sure you build yourself a hat made of tin - you'll need it.