The sales commission system is not one that encourages honesty. Most such people get little or no pay unless they make sales and they get more money if the sell the higher cost products for the highest possible price. Consider the salesperson who is late in the month with few if any sales for the period, but with a family at home who need clothing, food, college tuition, or any of the hundreds of other things that families need or want. The pressure to sell at all costs becomes tremendous, along with the fact that he is also in danger of losing his job. So he tells himself that just this once, I'll stretch the truth and hide the negatives because I need the commission and that customer can afford the loss.An honest person would make a poor salesman.
The problem arises when you don't notice the problem before driving it away (after all there was a test drive, wasn't there?), but it surfaces after you have it home AND it was obviously pre-existing. Personal experience...It doesn't cost anything to repair if you never notice the problem.
-Don- Reno, NV
Most problems become noticeable at some point in the future. They may or may not impact your use and enjoyment, but the potential for significant (and expensive) repairs is fairly high.It doesn't cost anything to repair if you never notice the problem.
I purchased my Y2K Tioga when it was several years old. I noticed the fresh water tank said empty even when it was full.My 2008 Tioga, I am still finding stuff to fix that was done wrong or poorly by Fleetwood.