I just bought a 2014 Fun Finder 266-KIRB. It is actually new, but had been on the lot for two years. I assume because of lack of use and upkeep, it had several warranty issues ... mostly cosmetic stuff, but a few electrical things. However our dealer, Lazy Days in Denver, has been doing a good job of getting that stuff patched up. We bought it with full disclosure on these things.
We've taken two trips in it. On the first trip, the trailer breaks went out. The tech said it threw a brake pad. That was pretty scary. We took it right in, and they fixed it right up.
On the second trip, the heater went out. I used to do HVAC for a living, and I figured out that either the sail switch or the high limit switch went bad. It is back at the dealer now getting that fixed under warranty.
Looking at the general construction of the thing, I can tell they build with materials (and in such a way) to keep costs minimal. I get it. Sure, I'd love to have a world-class high quality Diesel pusher ... and maybe I will some day.
We bought extended warranty on it, and I'm glad now that we did. I can foresee us needing good coverage.
Based on what I just said, this may sound strange, but my wife and I are thus far happy with it. Yeah, it may take a bit to get the kinks worked out, but it is a pretty darned comfortable unit, and my wife is making it very homey.
And, while it is in warranty, I'm not paying for a storage space when I'm not using it.