I now have mixed feelings about Leisure Travel Vans and Triple E. We bought a brand new 2016 Serenity and I'm having one minor problem after another. The first day out, the rear left tail light went out. We took it back and they supposedly fixed it. When we got it home, the light went out again. This time I took a crack at fixing it and got it going for about a week. It is out again.
On our first trip, the front end vibrated at 65 MPH. The dealer can't do any thing about that so Triple E said to find a frame shop to check the alignment and balance the tires. After calling several truck repair places, I finally found a place that would align a Sprinter chassis and balance the wheels. It was about an 80 mile round trip for that service and it cost $357. I have yet to be reimbursed.
The next problem is the 3rd brake light. It is full of water. I thought I could remove it, dry it out, and re-seal it. Nope... it is wired solid to the back of the shell and it looks like it will take quite a bit of disassembly to get it off.
Then, yesterday morning the propane/co alarm is going off and I can't figure out why. I had to power off the coach batteries for 15 minutes and the alarm quit when I re-powered up.
We like most other aspects of the unit, but when will we stop having all these problems? The reason I didn't want to buy a used one was because I didn't want a bunch of maintenance headaches right off the bat.
2016 Leisure Travel Vans - Serenty
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