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Old 04-14-2013, 09:08 PM   #15
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MSRP is a useless number. Some dealers post their real prices some post the msrp which means you have to ask what the dealers price is and work from there. It is of course best to compare from several sources.

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Old 04-14-2013, 09:24 PM   #16
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Call the motor vehicle commission in your state and ask if the dealer has to post the true msrp on the (NEW) coach. And no way will a dealer post his dealer cost but if he did he would still be getting a hold back or someother spiff for selling it so that still wouldn't be his true dealer cost. Should know as I was a dealer for 19 years.

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Old 04-14-2013, 10:31 PM   #17
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for us
we took the msrp or dealer price on the window
and divided in half and started there for negotiating

on the first fiver in 1996, worked out good for us

then in 2001 i did it again on a tt

in 08 it was almost half off the dealer price
on the tuscany

never hurts to ask and be ready
i have always been pre-aproved before any venture
so you know your wallet can back up your deal unless your paying cash
you would be surprised at how much wiggle is in these prices
you get a fair deal and the dealer makes some money to
they have bills to pay as well

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