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Old 05-24-2011, 08:05 AM   #1
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We are seeking input into information on the quality of the Wildcat travel trailer. We have found one that we like the floorplan of and it seems to have all the important things to us, but they appear to be quite cheap compared to other trailers so - are they just a good buy or are they made quite cheaply and how is the warranty service on these trailers. Any input would be great, thank you.
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I'm not familiar with Wildcat RVs, but you should not expect great quality if it is cheap. Paying a lot for something does not guarantee good quality, but buying something cheap pretty much assures low quality, and probably shoddy workmanship. They had to cut costs somewhere.

The build quality of RVs in general is pretty marginal, even with some of the expensive brands. It's amazing what you find when you start looking beneath the surface.

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Old 05-28-2011, 06:09 PM   #3
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I bought my 2010 Wildcat Travel Trailer 10 months ago. We have camped about 8 times. We are in Pensacola right now. So far, we love it. We got the one with the 4 beds in the rear end because we have 4 kids (7-17). Have not had any problems that we didnt create.
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