We flew from California to Camping World of Richmond, Indiana to purchase a used 2006 Country Coach Intrigue. They sent us Work Orders of all the work that they had already done to the coach.
After 40+ phone calls, emails and text we felt comfortable to spend the money to travel there to purchase the coach. When we got there none of the items on the Work Orders had be done even though the Work Order said the status of each item was "complete". Including a fuel and coolant leak. Took a 20 mile test drive and used approx.
2 gallons of coolant. We knew that there had been a leak on the slide seal and asked if they could see any mold or mildew in the RV. Salesman Bruce said he had been in it lots of times and had never seen any. One of the first things we noticed were the mushrooms growing under the dinette.
Later found them in the bedroom slide. Wasted time and money traveling there because they are dishonest and liars. The Coach is still up for sale, who will be the next victim?
What happen Marcus Lemonis to the 3 P's? Looks like this time it was the mighty dollar that over ruled the 3 P's.
Review about: 2006 Winnebago Industries Country Coach Intrigue Rv.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Monetary Loss: $1995.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I didn't like: Work order said complete when job wasnt done yet.