Winnebago 2014 34T Forza
I've been following and replying to any and all threads concerning this topic.
Picked up my new 34T at the end of February and drove to see Mickey and Co. at the end of March.
Vacation was great! Ride down and back was an experience unto itself. We have had other motor homes that out rode this rig by miles, to say the tail was wagging the dog would be a great improvement in the drive-ability of this rig.
Contacted the dealer 3 times and was told there was nothing they could do? Finally gave up and contacted the local Freightliner dealer (45 miles away) and was told to bring it in.
Informed the dealer as to what I was told and they told me to drop it off there and they would happily get it over there.
After 3 weeks of waiting we stopped at the dealer to see what the status was and they said they'd call and see at which point we heard Freightliner say over the phone that they'd called and left messages that the rig was done? The manager of our dealer blew it off as nothing. Come to find out the dealer had told Freightliner we were complaining about something "loose" in the front end? They checked the front end, found nothing "loose" and considered it done. When we picked it up the manager was livid about the service order they received from the dealer and asked us to bring it back for a full inspection,
To make a long story short Freightliner has been a blessing for us as our rig is in there (for the second) with them telling us that there is an issue and that it is their concern!
To all of the 2014 Winnebago Forza owners out there, I will post the results and remedies when I find them!
Sorry to so long winded, Bill
Bill & Cheryl Bryson
Wanna be FULL TIMERS!
2014 Winnebago Forza