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hoffmal

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So close now to making a deal. One last question about price. Can I expect to buy a leftover '09 at under invoice price as I would with a leftover new car? The few dollars I save could be my own. Thanks for the help...it's all a bit confusing for a first time RV buyer.

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hoffmal wrote:

So close now to making a deal. One last question about price. Can I expect to buy a leftover '09 at under invoice price as I would with a leftover new car? The few dollars I save could be my own. Thanks for the help...it's all a bit confusing for a first time RV buyer.


I don't know if anyone has ever to really been able to put a number to the "invoice price" of a the Class B's. Even in these bad times, it appears that if you get to 20-25% off MSRP (including rebates), for a model year old rig, you are doing pretty well.

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The markup on an RV is about 30%, I would start there in estimating the invoice price - then offer about 10% less and see what happens. It'll depend on the size of the dealer and what kind of incentives (if any) the they are getting from the manufacturer.


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Don't forget to consider the Tax refund you'll get when you file next year. Roadtrek has a link to a worksheet to help you figure out what that'll be.

I just got my new 08 and saved a net 26% off MSRP


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gkim wrote:

I just got my new 08 and saved a net 26% off MSRP


That is a good price and just about the same as we got our (then 2 model years old like yours is now) 07 last year. There seem to be some definite ceilings that even the tough economy won't break through, unless you get really lucky.

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