We showed the Escape to some people and while they were looking at it, they said they had been looking at another trailer. I acted as if I had never heard of it. The trailer in question has the worst reviews I have ever seen. It seemed bad form to knock another trailer especially while showing the Escape. Should I have told them about it?
Cathy. Floating Cloud
"Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air.... "
You could suggest to the purchaser that there are reviews available online for both trailers and even give them the web address of this and the other site. Then let them read the reviews themselves to find out what is what.
2013 19' \ 2013 15B, 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser
"It is better to remain silent at the risk of being thought a fool, than to talk and remove all doubt of it." - 1907, Maurice Switzer
Or you could tell the truth, as I do every time we pass the major rv retailer in our area and I remind my Wife and Daughter"just look at all those stick trailers , they are all junk and they are all leaking somewhere ". Just kidding I would take the high road as well.
2016 GMC Yukon SLT
Trailer: Escape#4, 2019 Escape21 DejaView pulled by 2014 Ram Hemi/8sp
Since I have probably owned one of those "SOB" trailers or aware of them on rv.Net I would ask them specifically why and then perhaps highlite Escape's positives. Depends if this is their first or 7th camper, experienced or inexperienced.
Due to the pandemic, my life now exists of only 3 days, yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Everything else has been forgotten!
It occurred to me that it's not "knocking" if you are simply stating observable truths in differences between between brands. It's simply sharing provable facts. That's the approach I take if necessary when asked "Why Escape, instead of X?".