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Purchased a 2015 Summerland Travel trailer manufactured by Keystone RV. What a huge mistake!

Had the trailer 6 weeks and the two slide outs leaked water into the floor onto carpet. Just got it back from the dealer for the 4th time leaking. The carpet is ruined, smells like mold, had the cushions replaced in the bunk house and now they smell like mold. The dealer we purchased the trailer from located in Murrysville, PA was horrible with customer service.

Anytime you call Keystone RV they tell you to take it to a local dealer. That's great, however at some point a manufacturer should take responsibility for a defective product. Recently I have done a lot of research and found that this has been an issue with trailers they manufactured back to 2005.

Keystone RV, why would you continue to manufacturer a product for 10 years without fixing a well known issue. Seems to me that the consumers purchasing your product need to get together and stop this or you will continue to manufacture the same leaking product.

Product or Service Mentioned: 2015 Keystone Rv Summerland Rv.

Reason of review: Damaged or defective.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Would never purchase a trailer manufacture by keystone rv.

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This remark is no help at all, but I'm making it, one more time. I am SICK of hearing these stories about slides!

The other two most common problems are tangled awnings that should never have been push-button, and leaking roofs, but slides are the most devastating. My husband and I have sworn we will NEVER buy a rig with slides, and it has limited our choices considerably, and shamefully. Only tiny rigs and vintage ones pretty much. Slides are illogical, they're silly from a camping perspective particularly when there's three or four of them, and even good ones are going to fail sooner or later, an expensive, leaking nightmare.

Yet, every RV show I go to looking for our dream rig, the bozos there tell me with a grin that they're only giving people what they want.

I don't buy that. This "want" is being planted in people's minds, God knows by whom. For heaven's sake, if you can't stand the smaller spaces of a trailer, rent a time share.

I've fallen in love with three rigs that were the size I want, around 25 feet, and all three times, when I called the manufacturer to see if it could be special ordered without a slide, the answer was a big fat NO. The slide has been employed to make customized RV design unnecessary. They can use cheap cabinets and such that are full-size, then slam in a slide that fills the entire rig when it's closed in an absurd way that ensures you can't get to your own bed if the thing fails and has to be kept in until you get home. A rep from Gulfstream at a show pointed out to me proudly that the 2018 we were standing in now had a second door, so you COULD get to the bed when the slide breaks down.

This takes stupid to a new level. Maybe someday buyers will get smart and start demanding some choices, but in the meanwhile, we're stuck with this, and I don't see even one company, apart from Airstream, ducking the trend.

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