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Topic: KZ Coyote 23CFK

Posted By: DFYFounding Father on 05/18/09 10:54am

Hi Everyone,

Excellent site! I am about to purchase a KZ Coyote 23CFK and wondering what others thoughts are on this trailer. Will be pulling it with a GMC 1500 Sierra. It is used but a 2008. Had a Starcraft pop-up for 10 years with great luck but time to move up because the kids want to bring friends and we need a bathroom!!!
I have read some talk on buying a warranty and it seems like the concensus is that I should not buy one. I am hearing that the manufacturer's warranty is not transferable so I am only getting the 30 days from the dealer. What are the thoughts on this trailer and warranty?
Thanks


Posted By: Tim_W on 05/18/09 11:07am

We .... LOVE .... ours ..!!!!!

I would recommend to NOT buy a extended warranty....

Click my link below for some of the MOD's we have done to our trailer...



Happy Camping & enjoy your new 23CFK...!!!!


Tim

Just Remember: When everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane

2014 StarCraft Autumn Ridge 278BH

2008 Dodge 2500 6.7L I6 Turbo Diesel (4x4) 6 Speed Auto


Posted By: terrynjulia03 on 05/18/09 06:48pm

We have a 22CP and love it. KZ is a very good brand and you shouldnt have any problems as they are built well. I would also try to get the dealer to give you a 90 day so you have time to take it out a couple times just to make sure.

Also we don't have the faulty fridge or AC on our KZ's so those are a few less problems to worry about.

Have fun.


The wife and I and the dogs:
Suzie- the black and tan coonhound
Snoopy- the basset hound
2006 Ford F150 Scab FX4
2009 KZ Coyote 22CP

Nights camped 09: 18 To go:6


Posted By: jmcanzo on 05/18/09 06:50pm

KZ's come with a full 2yr factory warranty, According to the brochure on their website it IS transferable for a small processing fee. Since you say it is a 2008 it may still have some coverage left.


08 GMC Sierra 1500


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Posted By: SooperDaddy on 05/18/09 11:08am

In lieu of a aftermarket warranty, you might consider paying a guy $150 or so... like this... to do a complete inspection of your RV first. If he gives it a clean bill of health, buy it and save the money that a warranty would have cost. KZ is not a bad brand, so likely you will have no issues, but it depends on how the former owner treated it! Best of luck!


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Posted By: HTT to be? on 05/18/09 03:47pm

I like the Coyote, nice unit. Seem well made. Get the dealer to give you a 90 day warranty. He shouldn't have a problem with that, then you have time to really make sure all is well.


2007 Jayco 23B
2009 E350 Ford Club Wagon 5.4 w/ tow pkg
Equalizer hitch, Prodigy P3 brake controller
Buddy 125 Scooter-FUN!
1997 Coleman Sunridge- Served us well for 11 years!


Posted By: Ronald009 on 05/21/09 05:23am

Congrts on the new 09. YOu and your family will love it. We had a pop-up for 12 year and moved up to Our 08 Coyote CFK. Happy camping


Posted By: NorthEastCamper on 05/21/09 06:27pm

Congrats on your new Coyote. We just bought a 2006 coyote 20c. We have been out one weekend and love it. Night and day from our pop-up.


2003 Ford F150 FX4 4x4
2006 Coyote 20C


Posted By: Coyotecprs on 05/20/09 02:25pm

We are coyote owners as well! We love our trailer and have had no problems with it at all. KZ is an excellent product.

Enjoy & Happy Camping


2005 Dodge Ram 2500, 5.7 Hemi
2007 Jayco Jay Flight 30.5 BHS


Posted By: MALE*RN*777 on 05/20/09 06:49pm

We have a 2009 KZ 23 CR and love it...huge space difference compared to our beloved pop-up we had.


03 Ford F150 XLT
Good-bye old friend --- 01 Coleman Sante Fe Pop-up
Hello new friend --- 09 KZ Coyote 23CR Hybrid
Me ,The Wife,The Boy,Girl 1 ,Girl 2
We are Blessed.


Posted By: Ronald009 on 05/18/09 10:58pm

They do come with a 2 year warranty. Bought a 08 COYOTE CFK and love it. dearler said before and after we bought it it had a 2 year warranty. The first time we used it itdid not have the drip pan for the out side grill. Dealer called KZ and they sent us a whole new grill and said to keep the other one.


Posted By: DFYFounding Father on 05/19/09 09:10am

I contacted the manufacturer and I did find out the warranty is transferable for the cost of $150. However, it runs from the date of purchase which will expire in August of this year. Not sure if the extension of about 40 days beyond the dealer warranty is worth the $150.00. I am thinking yes because by that poit I will have at least three trips in. Thanks for the responses.


Posted By: bamaram2002 on 05/19/09 10:25am

We leave Saturday for our first trip with our 2003 Coyote 23CT that we picked up this spring. I hope we have as much good fortune with it as we did our Cub.


Mike, Michele, Hannah (13) and Elijah (10)
2002 Dodge Ram 1500 QuadCab
2003 KZ Coyote 23CT
Family Travel Photo Album


Posted By: bikendan on 05/19/09 04:14pm

normally i advise against new RV buyers from purchasing a extended warranty. on new RV's, you not only get the factory warranty but all of the major items also have their own warranties, such as the fridge,
furnace, a/c, stove, roof, and so on.

but since you are buying used and the factory warranty is ending, it might be worth it, depending on how much they want for it.

i don't know if the warranties of the individual items are transferable.
you might want to contact Dometic and the other item suppliers.


Dan- Firefighter, Shawn- Musician/Entrepreneur, Zoe- Faithful Golden Retriever(RIP), 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LS, 2007 Rockwood Roo 23SS w/Equalizer and Prodigy, and 5 Mtn. bikes and 2 Road bikes



Posted By: gwh1bass on 05/27/09 01:44pm

As an owner of a '06 23CFK, there is a bit of bounce in our floor, certainly NOT like walking on a concrete slab.


Posted By: jmcanzo on 05/27/09 01:57pm

DFYFounding Father wrote:

To any of you KZ Coyote owners! Do these trailers have a bit of a bounce or movement to the floors? Just wondering if there is anything else going on. It is especially noticeable at the entry.

Thanks


I thought maybe it was just my fat a**! but yes mine does that by the door and has since day 1


Posted By: DFYFounding Father on 05/26/09 03:43pm

To any of you KZ Coyote owners! Do these trailers have a bit of a bounce or movement to the floors? Just wondering if there is anything else going on. It is especially noticeable at the entry.

Thanks


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