I bought a cheaper model that was supposed to be the same quality as the sunline I now have. Due to poor design I had a major roof leak and a broken shower drain trap. I was able to fix the shower trap and fabricate a replacement panel with help from my Father in law. The roof was a different story. I ended up trading in for my current unit and the only issues I have had has been two tire blow outs. One was a staple and the other seems to be a defective tire. My other issues have been a loose cold water faucet handle and a defective microwave oven that was replaced immediately with no questions asked. This was not a problem that was a fault of Sunline, but the microwave manufacturer.
We were passing through Denver PA on a return from vacation and stopped at the factory and took the tour. I was impressed with the employees I dealt with and the quality of the materials that were used.
We have put nearly 6,000 miles on our unit since delivery last July and I continue to be as impressed today as I was 3 years ago when I stepped inside one at a show. It was to heavy and to much money at the time. Didn't take me long to make the change when we were less than pleased with our first purchase. I do not believe you will be dissapointed, especially when you start looking at hundreds of units at several shows. My opinion is that it is priced fairly for the product. I do not like to spend the money any more than the next person, but so far it has been well worth it in time spent camping and not fixing or making appointments with the dealer. So far I have not been back to the dealer.
We had been in at least 50 units when we stepped in the sunline. After doing that you will soon see things that stand out. Moldings that fit, clean caulk jobs, drawers that are quality and logically placed storage, nice touches like wall switches in the bath, self storing shower door, china toilet, nice looking faucets, fabrics and window treatments that makes the unit feel home like etc.
Good luck with your decision.
2006 Solaris 2553 purchased 7/05
2017 Siverado 6.0 4x4 4:10