The total price of the Bambi may or may not be reasonable. I don't have a sense of the market, but you can bet a forum search will establish a price.
Being that eager to buy anything
makes you a target, and prevents due diligence in finding any vehicle. Better to do the research up front and figuring out the actual price before walking in as a "barefoot pilgrim", i.e. easy mark
for the dealer's sales staff.
I can tell you the "lifetime warranty" is most likely, on very close inspection, total BS that probably requires you to visit only certain dealers every year for an expensive "inspection" to maintain the so-called warranty.
And I'd further bet that the restrictions, conditions, and other fine print adds up to "not worth the money or trouble" for that warranty. It's a sales tool to assure more dealer profit up front...and opportunities to see you again regularly, often only as a nice target for making more profit...
Search around the forums for warranty programs, and see what you find. I'd put the money into a dedicated savings account and use it for maintenance instead...
Please tell your friend to slow down, take a deep breath, and trust no dealer any further than she can throw the trailer unaided. Be a little paranoid, do research, and don't ever fall prey to being blinded by emotion when you are buying an Airstream, or a car, or whatever. Makes you a lawful target to all manner of folk. Remember that salespersons are ONLY interested in making a sale, and only lie when their mouth is moving. Calm down and play hardball.
My wife has 2,000 years of ancestors that compel her to drive a hard bargain. I sit back and let her tie the sales force in KNOTS, and get the price and terms SHE wants. It's a awesome thing to watch, and she has NEVER lost those negotiations...in over 47 years of marriage, and multiple houses and vehicles purchased!
Her technique is to have done the research, has a set price in mind, and never, ever lets the salesperson know what that price is. It's sorta negotiated incrementally, and the manager usually is the final victim...basically a game of "fetch me a rock", followed by, "Nope, wrong rock", "fetch me a better rock". Continues until her terms are met or exceeded, then we're done. With her running the show, the dealer usually looses on the second round.
No trade-ins either--the "Quad Chart" is not the buyers friend. Look that one up:
If they pull that tool out, either tell them to put it away, as you will not play that game, or get up and walk out...