Why should you give much more than invoice on a current model year coach? The dealership gets a factory holdback just like in the auto industry.
The best I can tell there is about 28.5% difference between factory invoice and MSRP. Of course, you still have to keep an eye out for the dearships that make up their own MSRPs. I've seen some that have taken the factory MSRP and recreated one on a computer and add 15-20% to each line item, then they give you 25% off of "that" MSRP.
I'll bet if the truth be known, the dealership makes more money off of a used coach than a new one anyway, besides, the money making part of a RV dealership is in the service dept.
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