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Old 06-29-2022, 04:55 AM   #15
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Those few items are fixable. If those are the only two items and everything works, you’ve found a unicorn. Have the dealer fix them and if you’re comfortable, buy it. I’d be more concerned why it sat in a dealer lot for more than a month in a sellers market.
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Old 06-29-2022, 05:21 AM   #16
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I’m sure you’ve worked hard for your money and entitled to have everything fixed that’s not to standard. For the money that unit cost, I would be picky. In defense of Tiffin’s responsiveness and service after the sale, I’ve never been disappointed. This is my third and probably last one. Will let you and others comment on their production end. Best wishes on your resolution list fixes.
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Old 06-29-2022, 08:30 AM   #17
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.This is what the dealer has told us. Should we be concerned about these things or is it just normal? We are upgrading from a class C, which had all types of imperfections and issues, to the Tiffin 40IH. For us, this is a HUGE investment, but we don't want to sound too picky or ask for the impossible. Thank you!
First I would like to say, don't take anything the dealer says with a grain of salt, I know for a fact that dealerships have been known to twist the truth.
Secondly, You will find alot of things wrong with the coach, many of which you will discover as time goes on, stuff not readily visible to the eye but that can be found broken or installed incorrectly, in any coach across the board.. Rather your OK with the dealer fixing these visible issues now or waiting for Tiffin to fix them, and Tiffin WILL fix them, is a decision thats totally up to you.. Personally I would let tiffin fix my issues and this advice is coming from experience. My only concern: Is why did the coach sit so long? In a market were people couldn't fine a coach or had to wait for months on end to receive a order, Why did this coach sit for almost a year, suffering from lot rot? I mean, If the dealership is willing to make you a fantastic deal, then I would consider it but if he wants to contend that its a brand new Rig, then that maybe a message to you.. IMHO... Good luck either way...
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I De-badge all my coach’s decals/Badges. Why hide that beautiful paint job. My toad is a Black Tahoe also de-badged. Completing the “curb appeal” look is 25% VLT tint on tow Vehical’s windows. One clean great looking Rig!

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