Originally Posted by ClarkGriswol
Hi Busterbrown1, Did you get your trailer yet? We are still looking between the 3220 and 308BHS. We will probably pull the trigger soon, would love to hear your opinion on your trailer and dealer.
Funny you asked, I picked up my brand new Bullet 308BHS two days ago and presented it to my wife as a surprise anniversary gift later that evening. Red bow and everything. She was taken by surprise and completely speechless.
She was excited! - Keystone RV Forums
As far as opinions, I think the Bullet is more feature packed with the solid interior doors, aluminum rims, very large deep basin sink, and that very needed second pantry. The only thing that I gave up by choosing the bullet was the DUEL awnings on the starboard side of the trailer. The Bullet only has one long awning that stops just short of the outside kitchen. I did purchase an upgrade on Monday during my walkthrough, slide toppers. Should help with the integrity of the seals over time.
It pulls wonderful with my Yukon XL Denali. I did purchase new XL tires, had a new autoride air suspension installed on the rear axle, upgraded the brakes with Power Stop Truck and Tow pads, slotted performance rotors, and added a secondary Derale trans cooler.
Already have our shakedown voyage booked in 3 weeks. Good chance we may get out next week for a short overnight trip. Even booked 3 other trips in May to June. Have 8 more trips to plan for the rest of the summer too. I think I have UPS packages coming in daily from Amazon to support my RV fever.
So we have a jam packed RV season. If I were you, I wouldn't delay. A mfr rebate expires soon (I think by the end of the month) which gets your price close to 22K. National RV in Belleville, MI quoted me almost $25 for the Bullet. I asked why the significant margin over several other wholesalers. No valid response except for the quality of service after the purchase.
If you do decide to buy any unit, I can give you some feedback on the customer walkthrough/PDI process. This is something that you should be prepared for. The dealer will try and get you out in an hour or so. You definitely want 3 hours, as it takes that long to inspect all the components. My service tech was okay with my process; my sales rep kept doing this:
. Said I backed him up for 2 hours. I weeped for him!