Glad to have you here. Just be sure and take a flashlight with you to look inside the backs of cabinets and all the little dark nooks and crannies. Some of the manufacturers really cut corners on tieing wires and piping down or in bundles. Some holes are punched and not finished rather than drilled and furnished with a grommet.
Above all take you time and make sure it fits how you want to use the RV. See if there is adequate storage and drawers to store kitchen supplies, linens, underwear clothes and such. Sit in for an hour or two and pretend you live there. Try to get ready for bed, fix a meal, get up and get ready to go. Make sure you can fit in the potty area...don't laugh, we have seen a few that you had to open the door to stand up and pull up your pants.
Some of them are designed for people about 5'3" tall and maybe 100#. Also, check out the hanging closet space. Some have ONE full length closet and that is it. Great if your wife want to take along her formal ball gowns.
Also, make sure anything the dealer promises is written into the contract...not in writting...they have a way of forgetting.
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