Winnebagos are good products. However, I wouldn't buy an RV without a thorough function inspection. Once you drive off and the seller has your money, all issues are on you to fix - even if covered by warranty. I spent 2 hours inspecting my used 33V Adventurer and found 17 repair items. I ran the water pump, flushed the toilet, ran all the faucets, ran the water heater, microwave, refrigerator, furnace and AC, sprayed a garden hose on the windows and roof, plus other things. I would not give the seller (a dealer) the final check until all items were fixed. Also, go on YouTube and checkout "Liz Amazing" library of videos concerning buying RVs - you'll learn a lot! Even with a warranty, service shops are notorious for taking their time fixing things - and not always to your satisfaction. From what I've heard, the RV industry took a hit on quality control and workmanship during and post-COVID. If you're happy with what you have (and it's only 6 years old), I'd keep it.