Bought used in 2017. The dealer didn’t reveal major dry rot in the front right corner, which we had repaired. Also replaced subfloor in the storage area. There was a leak in the seam where the roof connected to the front piece, though not a surprise because it was 17 years old. Despite that, it is an excellent trailer. It is much better built than the Fleetwood Terry 17’ hybrid trailer we had before it. For example, the KZ has real wood supports under the seats whereas the Fleetwood had particle board supports (which cracked). The plywood on the benches is twice as thick in the KZ. We’ve made a lot of upgrades because it’s a well-built trailer. All the seams outside the Fleetwood (fiberglass siding) had to be recaulked, but the KZ’s seams (aluminum siding) are fine. I don’t know how the newer ones are, but we are very happy with the quality of our 2000 KZ Coyote. The tent ends (which make it a hybrid) are still in great shape after 21 years.