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Old 05-22-2016, 07:33 AM   #1
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New top contender! Am I out of whack?

Hey guys!
I'm doing the happy dance and slamming pepto-bismol at the same time. Monday I hit the pavement to buy a toy hauler.
This is the new top contender. It's a little higher than my budget permits but maybe I can talk them down...somewhat...

Used 2013 Heartland Road Warrior 390 Fifth-wheel Toy Hauler For Sale 615619B | Camping World Of Denver

I love this layout. I should be able to slam a residential memory foam mattress in there by cutting the corner off of it.

Any opinions or advice most welcome.
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Old 05-22-2016, 08:03 AM   #2
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Looks like a very comfortable layout. I've seen a lot of Heartland's out there.

Be very careful dealing with Camping World. They are salesmen first second and last. I know each store is a little different but their corporate attitude seems to be the same.
Be ready to walk away if things are not as you want.
And know the rig by looking up as much as you can before you go in because there is a good chance they don't know it.
Ask questions about their service department also and their policies about scheduling work.

Not all my experience with CW has been bad, but enough to make me want to stay away if possible.

Good luck with your search and negotiations.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:51 AM   #3
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Camping World...

Larry hey! Good advice on Camping World, thank you.
I did go down there...and actually ended up buying the unit! I had a good experience with a guy named Kevin. There is some work to be done by their service dept and we will see how that plays out. I did get all those promises in writing. :-)
And actually...knowing they were so badly rated ended up being a good negotiating point for me.
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Glad you were able to negotiate your deal.
Hope it goes well with the service items. Don't assume they actually did them, but check to see if they did.

Make sure they do a good PDI (pre-delivery inspection) and that all systems are working. Notes and pictures might help in the future. A pressurized fresh water system will help during the PDI to find leaks.

Good luck and I hope you have many good camping experiences...
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