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Complaint Review: Johnny Walker Rv - Arizona

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  • Reported By: Kirk — Las Vegas Nevada United States
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Johnny Walker Rv Jayco 2017 jayco precept came with a couch/bed. There is no way that anybody could sleep on this thing it has a 6” hump right in the middle. I asked Johnny Walker rv about it. They said they were at a lose& referred me to they area rep. He said they did not guarantee that it would be comfortable. Ryan said he would send me a air mattress. I paid 120k to sleep on a air mattress. I have lost my patience on this issue. The 2018 model came out with a new style bed obviously because old design was horrible. Arizona

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: JOHNNIE WALKER RV- SEEMS TO HAVE A MUCH BIGGER ISSUE

*Consumer Comment: KIRK please read this tell me if you think this is helpful information RV buyers should READ ????

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*Jayco 2017 jayco precept came with a couch/bed. There is no way that anybody could sleep on this thing it has a 6” hump right in the middle. I asked Johnny Walker rv about it. They said they were at a lose& referred me to they area rep. He said they did not guarantee that it would be comfortable. Ryan said he would send me a air mattress. I paid 120k to sleep on a air mattress. I have lost my patience on this issue. The 2018 model came out with a new style bed obviously because old design was horrible.*

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JOHNNIE WALKER RV- SEEMS TO HAVE A MUCH BIGGER ISSUE

AUTHOR: Erin - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, November 23, 2018

I  have been a guest with friends visitong this busines- and the treatment and services as people  of color has not been good.  I witnessed  the disrespect  by employees that work there to towards ny friend  and (one time to me)-  on several occassion when I came along with them. 

The disrepect is blatant and often times subtle-where one would have seen just behavior before,  to pick it up.  I am terribaly alarmed that somewhere in this fanilies blood line- indigenous cultures are not accepted.

 

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KIRK please read this tell me if you think this is helpful information RV buyers should READ ????

AUTHOR: RV dealer FRAUD investigator - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, November 13, 2017

first let me say something that's very important be very careful of RV dealer show and sales.   When I used to work at an RV repair center in Florida and that particular dealership would go to the RV shows to try to sell some motorhomes they would bring the best and most powerful sales reps with them.  The sales reps that were week would never brought to the shows.  Now let's move on to some helpful information for anybody that's thinking about buying a motorhome.  NOW READ AND HEED.

Here's some of the problems I have with RV dealerships.

1. most RV dealerships that I'm aware of do not do pre-delivery inspections before they put the coaches on the lot for sale.   2. Many RV dealerships do not educate the public how explosive propane gas is in the safety precautions that all RV owners should take.   3. they do not show their customers how to check for leaks in the propane system.   4. they do not inform them what to do for the most part when they suspect leaks in the propane system.   5. Predelivery inspection is a very important but most RV dealerships like I said do not want to pay their RV technicians to do complete predelivery inspection to make sure the customers are buying something that has oh functions

working properly before they put the coach on the lot for sale that should be one of their priorities.   6. customers do not understand when you're buying a brand new motorhome the Monroe leave law regarding MSRPs do not apply when it comes to the RV industry because they are not passenger vehicles.   7. be very careful when you go to an RV show and sale.  Most of the time you're going to get caught up in the sale and the excitement at the RV shows you're going to wind up paying way more than the coach is actually worth.   8. here's some information for people to plan to buy a motorhome and want a smoking deal.  The best place to buy a motorhome is RV storage facilities were

people are paying a monthly fee to store their motorhomes because they can't keep them at the place that they live.  Those people are tired of paying the monthly rent for the RV storage of their motorhome that they can't keep their house and they're ready to get rid of it.   No sales tax. No documentation fees. And most of the time the people that sell these motorhomes don't know the true market value in those cases the person is planning on buying it is going to get a smoking deal.   9. when you going to an RV dealership and you plan to buy a used motorhome good luck because most of the time again the RV dealerships do not want to pay RV technicians to do a complete thorough

inspection to make sure everything works properly.     When you Plan to buy a motorhome of your choice not to sales reps choice it would be very smart for you to ask for predelivery inspection sheet it usually comes in several pages.  That's if the RV dealership actually does them.  Bring yourself an RV technician with you before you sign any documents have been kind a give you a basic walk-through looking for things that might be wrong with the coach if it's a use coach but remember don't you think it would be smart if an RV dealership would actually do a complete predelivery inspection to make sure everything works before they place it on the lot for sale ?????   Let me give you

some numbers hear about the explosive capability of propane.   Let's say that you have 1 gallon of propane in a very small tank in a barbecue grill.  While the propane that 1 gallon of propane is inside the container it's in liquid form.   If the propane system has a leak that 1 gallon of propane will expand it 270 gallons of explosive vapor.   It's called the expansion rate.   Now let's say that you have an RV has a 35 gallon propane tank.  You have 35 liquid gallons of propane inside the tank when it's inside the tank under pressure.  Now let's say that that propane system that has 35 gallons in the tank has a leak in it that the RV dealership never found because they refused to pay their

RV technician to do a complete LP gas system leak down test. If that 35 gallons of liquid propane in the tank leaks inside of the coach and outside because of a leak that was never detected the 35 gallons of liquid propane will expand the 9450 gallons of explosive vapor.   That is enough paper to blow that motorhome completely into pieces if for some reason it's ignited from a pilot light or a candle or a cigarette.   Now after reading the above paragraph don't you think that it's important that RV dealerships should do complete LP gas system checks for leaks and make sure that the LP gas regulator is not leaking and the LP gas regulator is operating at normal operating pressures.

???? I used to get hired by attorneys as an expert witness and testify in court after a customer bought a motorhome and had major issues that were not disclosed before the purchase. I know what I'm talking about because I used to own an RV repair a business and I seen some crazy things that RV dealerships would put on their lot for sale. Now do your homework every time before you buy a motorhome if you like what I have to say post a comment maybe I'll post even more information for you..

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