Originally Posted by Ridgejockey
I just bought a 2015 Grand Touring. It's in great shape but the original owner had some problems with the sliding glass door and threw it away out of frustration I guess. Now, I'm looking at replacing it to the tune of about $800. I've notice that in past there were a lot of issues with it coming off the tracks. My question is if that was resolved by Airstream in the newer models? Thanks!
I have a 2017 AI Touring with the sliding side screen door. My opinion is that AI still needs to do a little engineering/design refinement on the door:
1) sliding portion slaps against fixed portion - making irritating noise when traveling on less than perfectly smooth roads, and
2) sticker on screen door cautioning you to leave screen door in 'open' position when closing sliding door; otherwise, sliding door will damage screen door; this is counter intuitive! and it's a problem waiting to happen!