Is Jayco a good brand of RV?

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      You tend to get what you pay for in the RV world. Since it’s your first camper, and you’re buying a few years old, you’ll likely be fine as long as everything checks out and you go over it with a fine tooth comb. But, if after a few years you find that this life is for you, I’d recommend upgrading to a Grand Design or similar for you next camper, if it fits your budget.

      Worst case, you’ll learn a LOT about fixing and repairing issues on an RV! 🙂