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Old 02-26-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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One dealership has some near me for 41% off MSRP. There are even a couple DP's....Not high end at all but still a good floor plan for us.

Think they would go lower? (insert greedy smiley here)
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One dealership has some near me for 41% off MSRP. There are even a couple DP's....Not high end at all but still a good floor plan for us. Think they would go lower? (insert greedy smiley here)
I learned it never hurts to offer a price. Got 2500 off what they wanted a a rv show for our daughters .
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Sure ask.... what's the worse that could happen? They say no?. It's worth a shot.
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Old 02-26-2014, 05:40 PM   #4
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Ok everyone, here is another Question then.

2014 Fleetwood Storm 32H mid 70's or
2014 Tiffin Allegro 35 QBA about 30% more or
2013 Fleetwood Bounder Classic 34B (diesel) Little bit less than the tiffin or
2010 Thor Windsport 31G mid 70's

Frankly I am torn I LOVE the Tiffin but its the most expensive. Love the Diesel in the Bounder, Like the prices of the other 2


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Personally I like Tiffin over the others you mention. If this rig is also priced comparably below MSRP, it might be the best buy.

Tiffin also has smaller, lower cost diesels. Might be worth researching that.
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I vote for the 2014 Tiffin Allegro 35 QBA because of the higher end appointments and materials. 30% off MSRP would put you at 100-110k ?
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I would go with the diesel because once you experience the torque it will be very difficult to go back to a gas coach. I've had both and I vote for the DP..
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Does the Bounder chassis have air suspension or springs? That could make a difference in ride quality.
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To me if it's between a gasser and a DP, it's a no brainer, always the diesel. However, which floor plan does the D/W like?
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So it's a Fred, not DP. It does have air.
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So it's a Fred, not DP. It does have air.
DP = Less noise in the front. FRED eliminates the advantage. I would be looking for a used DP, but that's JMO. (Have owned 3 gas coaches and last 4 were DP's)...
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You pusher owners out there. Is a Fred (Front Engine Diesel) all that it cracked up to be...Always been wondering about that. Does it have the upgraded suspension like a pusher? HP. and torque differences over a pusher of the same displacement.
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