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Old 09-24-2013, 10:44 AM   #15
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We've had excellent buying experience from Lazydays in Tampa and bought two coaches there so far and sent several others as well. All happy. The service experience has been more bumpy, not because they are bad, but because they are so huge that things tend to get lost in the shuffle or at such arm's length that the actual repair tech doesn't get your whole story. Never had a problem that management didn't straighten out right away when I told them about it, though, and I think that's a strong plus.

But if your measure of "best dealership" is simply who has the lowest prices or offers some particular brand/model, you might make a different choice.
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The best dealership, IMO, is one that will give you great & quality service AFTER the sale. It doesn't matter what kind of a good deal you get on your trade or purchase, if the service team can't back it up with repairs you can trust &/or can work you in their booked-up schedule.

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Certain dealers carry certain brands. I know of a really good dealer in my area but they don't sell mh's so that leaves customers in the market for a mh to go to another less desirable dealer. Best thing for you to do is determine what you want and do your homework. Go in there kn owing as much as possible about the unit you are looking to purchase. A salesman will say anything to close the deal.
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The best dealers are the ones in my rear view mirror.
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