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Old 05-25-2005, 03:17 PM   #1
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We are looking at a Bounder 34F, with the triple slides. Right when I'm done posting this we are headed to Giant RV in Murrieta, CA to look at one. We are not impulse buyers by any means. We just want to get a good deal. Does anyone know of a good dealer in So.Cal?
Thanks for halping us make an educated decision.
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What's a good price on a Bounder 34F? Good dealers?

We are looking at a Bounder 34F, with the triple slides. Right when I'm done posting this we are headed to Giant RV in Murrieta, CA to look at one. We are not impulse buyers by any means. We just want to get a good deal. Does anyone know of a good dealer in So.Cal?
Thanks for halping us make an educated decision.
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Old 05-25-2005, 05:52 PM   #3
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I bought my 2004 Southwind from Giant RV. Overall, the buying experience was a good one. Orignally, we ordered a Bounder 32w but that went to a Chevy dealer right from the factory, so I backed off that unit and decided to buy the Southwind 32v. My wife liked the floorplan better. Giant was great in redoing our deal. I paid a little bit more, but I got the unit I wanted.
The unit had some minor problems which were taken care of by the service department in Montclair. I would rate the service dept as excellent. They did quality repair work and kept me updated as to their progress.
A friend of mine purchased a Bounder 32w from the Giant RV in Murrieta and had a great experience. He also highly recommends the service dept. He says it's easy to get your coach in for repairs.
As for price, I got about 22% off sticker. I felt I got a good deal. If you can wait til October when they have the RV show at the Faiplex in Pomona, you can save a great deal of money. It is a mfg's show not a dealers' show. The mfg's give big discounts, plus you get to see all the brands in one place.
I hope this helps and good luck in making your purchase.
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Old 05-31-2005, 10:07 PM   #4
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We ended up getting the 05 34F. Triple slide with the Workhorse. ( Norcold 4 door fridge, DVD/VCR Combo Player, Ultraleather Driver and Passenger Chairs, Torque Windows)

Initially we went to Giant RV in Murrieta. They wouldnt deal on it at all. We called Niels RV in Van Nuys (my neighbor bought one from them last month, and was VERY satisfied)-they didnt have one in stock, but were very helpful in nailing down a good price range. Finally we went to Mike Thompsons RV in Fountain Valley.

The retail price was $114K, we paid $83,500. Pretty much no hassle, just some upfront honest price negotiations. We told them how much wed pay, they countered, we told them AGAIN how much wed pay, they accepted.

From what Ive heard about the Bounder, we should be very satisfied

Thanks for your help.

Chris and Tam
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