A "Preimer" really ?
We are veteran 40 year campers, having graduated from backpacking on the AT up to purchasing our new 19ft Premier Bullet in March of this year.
I'm not ready to call it a LEMON yet but the list of problems is getting longer each time we go out.
It was delivered with a warped forward cargo door, a crimp in the tow vehicle connection line, faulty sink faucet, a medicine cabinet without a top and the underside unfinished.
Just returned from our annual beach trip and found the port side wheel skirt had pulled loose from the strut, a collapsed bath 1/2 closet floor and an outside shower that only extended 23".
Being a good handyman I was able to repair the closet floor with a trip to the hardware store (still on vacation ) and a box of screws. Who ever heard of stapling a floor to the underside of the supports ? Now the storage cabinet below has large gashes where the screws penetrated during its collapse.
Turns out that the o/s shower hose was wrapped around the i/s shower plumbing. Another 30 mins. to repair.
Also had a recalled awning motor which meant I was not to transport the unit back to the dealer but dealer said to "bring it back" anyway.
Still no reply from Keystone after 3 days from sending in complaint.
Other than the above, the unit gets high marks for outside appearance, towing ease and set-up.