re habitation door

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by third van, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. third van

    third van Read Only Funster

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    Thanks for the replys to my previous thread (autotrail doors) and the solutions posted, but should we have to attach bunngee or other things just to stop a habitatoin door slamming you in the mouth . Should WE have to go to these lengths when we pay any thing upto £74000.00 for an auototrail .As I said previously designers are not moterhomers .
     
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    We have to! but we didn't pay £74,000 for our MH:Wink:
     
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    An emphatic NO.

    This is the age of STYLE. It's quite possible some sales person rejected a properly engineered solution because it did not look stylish. Latest MHs are full of this crap end to end it seems to me.
     
  4. Phill D

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    I am affraid Autotrail is a "dirty word" to me... :Angry: had an 18 month battle with them over a habbitation door. :cry: I had all the support from the dealer but in my humble opinion their warrenty managers care less.
    Autotrail in particular have a big share of the UK market and think they are Bullet Proof.
    you would think that their reputation would be as important to sales, but seems not.:Doh:

    i eventually got a resolution by being an absolute nuisance to the CEO in person.:thumbdown:

    would never buy an Autotrail or any of their franchised brands again. their customer care and after sales service is "dreadfull" to be polite!:Eeek:
     
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    Sadly this is ever more common these days and firms wonder why they go bankrupt.
    No 1 is look after your customers because without them there is no business.
     
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