We purchased a new 2010 Outback 30 ft travel trailer by Keystone.Approximately 2 years after purchase the decals starting peeling off.
Keystone said they only have a 1 yr warranty and refuse to help out. To purchase new decals is $1562.00 plus shipping and handling. Add the labor and extras the total quote was $7,442.01. This comes to about 25% of the cost of the camper when it was new.
Thanks for nothing Keystone.
Please tell me why poor workmanship is the owners problem.I will never purchase another Keystone product due to the poor service and lack of caring about the customer.
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What I liked
What I disliked
- Response from keystone
- Poor quality control
- Reason of review:
- Bad quality
- Preferred solution:
- Keystone should send me the decals for replacement or have them replaced.
- Monetary loss:
- Product or service
- 2010 Keystone Outback 300Bh
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