Exterior decal replacement, cluster panel recall, fuel part recall, various warranty repairs, hydraulic jacks(coach was purchased from what was then York RV)
The service that I received from Affinity RV was without a doubt the worst that I have ever received from any service department on any on any level and in my opinion is the worst service department on the planet. RV'ers beware!!!!! They make an appointment and typically fail to start work for a minimum of 7 to 10 days. A number of times, and only after a multitude of phone calls to them, because they do not call you, I have gone to pick up my coach after they have said that it was finished, only to find that absolutely nothing had been done on the coach. The only thing that they have successfully done to my coach is to get grease all over the carpet and chairs, to put dents and scratches on the outside, of course denying any and all responsibility, they actually crashed the rear of the coach in an accident (they couldn't get out of fixing that), but they painted the rear quarter panel the wrong color and then told me that you can't tell the difference. The list goes on and on.
I once wrote a complaint to Workhorse which they in turn sent to Bob Beam, the owner of the company. He had a lengthy list of excuses as to why his service department was inadequate and then started searching for what seemed like an apology from me for writing Workhorse such a letter. Sorry Bob, I want Rv'ers to know what they are getting into with your inept service department.