Well, I just purchased this unit with only 14K and I upgraded from a travel trailer. I drove it home from Mi. To In and was a little intimidated at first but liked it a lot better when I made it home safely. It rained steady from IN all the way home.
We’ll it’s more complicated then I thought. I’m not very mechanically inclined. With the virus we haven’t been able to go. It only has a little over 16K mikes. I haven’t had any major problems. I also have a travel trailer I’m trying to sell. I might be willing to sell it if your interested.
I'm new to the group and noticed your first post with white knuckle driving. The DW and I purchased a 2011 25Q this past December and had a similar experience in our first stormy trip from FL back to northern KY. I left an extensive post in a Winnebago suspension forum with my experience adding SUMO supports to both front and rear suspension along with a Hellwig sway bar to help eliminate truck and cross wind sway. It was a substantial improvement.
We love this rig and the fact that we now have a walk around queen bed and no longer need to climb over each other to exit a corner bed that was standard with our older Four Winds class C rig.