Originally Posted by brobox
And you are speaking from personal experience, right?
Two years is very comforting, speaking from experience.
I started my travels along the RV ownership road with a PopUp, way back in 2004. As a result, I have seen the Jayco PopUps, Travel Trailers, and Motorhomes that my camping group friends, and various acquaintances have purchased.
Yes, I understand it's comforting at the time of sale. However, it simply prolongs the period to identify and schedule to have repaired everything that isn't quite right, (and it even allows for procrastination as many wait until months 22-23 to have things done).
I have not seen any more, or any less warranty issues with Jayco products than any other RVs in their same price range. But I have seen the full gamut of electrical, appliance, chassis, cabinetry, plumbing, and body issues. Just visit the Jayco owners forum and you will see what I mean.