Maybe to save some people some frustration due to lack of information...Our 320 S BD came off line about 18 March (I have pics to prove it). I finally got some information today (15 April) through a round-about source that indicated that ours (and others) are awaiting parts to complete the interior. No details on what parts, but was told that we might see it next week or out as far as four weeks. Customer Experience indicated that they could not provide status information and that I had to go through my dealer (sic, no comment). I found an alternate source of information @ NuCamp and was provided the above info. Back to thumb-twiddling...
I think we all understand that there are supply-chain issues all around, but what I continue to struggle with is forth-coming status information that simply lets us all know what is going on. For example, had I known that there was a delivery problem instead of a parts problem, I could have attempted to make alternate arrangements for delivery (like picking it up!) although that may even be verboten! The dealers, and NuCamp, really do have us all by the short hairs and it seems irresponsible to not be willing to provide detailed and timely status updates just so we can attempt some plans, even plans not involving the use of the camper. It's just common courtesy to keep customers informed, no matter what the business, when delays occur.
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