The only thing we got was the extended warranty. It was for an additional 5 years and my wife is very much in favour of peace of mind so we negotiated a good deal on it. I think it was around $1200 and we get a portion of it back if we don't use it so we went for it.
All that other stuff sounds pretty sleazy and I'd be taking my business elsewhere.
We're in a pretty bad recession. TT prices are bare bones profit for the dealers. I guess you can't blame them for trying. Once they do get a customer they try to reel in more profits.
You just have to be able to say NO. I don't think that would change my opinion of the dealer if he gave me a deal on an RV.
Well said. I hate when any salesman tries to sell me these types of add-ons, but they are just doing their job and trying to make money. This is why they are called salesmen. I would politely decline all. If the person keeps pushing, then be a little more forceful. If they push too hard, then it may be time to find a new dealer.
Best of Luck on your purchase!!
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Friends bought the extended warranty on their Denali, when they had a delam on the front it wasn't covered. I would say no to all and shop around. Not sure where you are located, if on the lower mainland go check out BCRV and ask for Scot.
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