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Old 05-02-2013, 07:22 PM   #15
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A rash ! and pressure to buy a $13,000 vehicle warrenty .
The first thing I did was peal all the dealer's decals off my coach .
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Old 05-02-2013, 07:31 PM   #16
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On a new motorhome, you should get a full tank of fuel, full propane, a water hose and a cheap sewer hose as a minimum.

On a used unit, you never know.

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Old 05-02-2013, 08:03 PM   #17
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I got full tanks of both gas and propane, a sewer hose, 50amp to 30amp adapter, black tank chemicals for both bathrooms, 1 yr of Coach-net and $25.00 gift card for dealer parts department.
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Nothing is "given".
Your money provided their bottom line, and any "gifts".
I got a 50/30 dogbone. They forgot it.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:20 PM   #19
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We know nothing is given, but still gives the "Feel Good" felling. The sales lady said "as is" when I complained about a missing rear beauty ring. I still got one "free".

I should have taken a picture of all that was in mine when I showed it to my GF. Had it all laid out on my driveway.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:27 PM   #20
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I got two dealership hats, 6 dealership mugs, full tank of gas, full tank of propane, stove topper, and 10% off at the store inside the dealership. This was at General RV in Canton Ohio on a new 2013 Coachmen Mirada 35dl.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:35 PM   #21
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Oh... I got a couple of floor mats and coasters from the dealer.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:44 PM   #22
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I got the obligatory "starter kit", maybe 1/2 tank of propane..hardly no gas (but I really didn't care too much.) I got the 1 yr. Coach Net roadside assistance, 1 yr. membership in the W.I.T. Club, Diamond Sheild, Scotch Guard... and when I brought the rig in for its first service- they washed it.
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On a new motorhome, you should get a full tank of fuel, full propane, a water hose and a cheap sewer hose as a minimum.

On a used unit, you never know.

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We looked at new Dutch Star DPs and Mountain Aire DPs last week (stickers of $370,000 and up). They promised a min of tank of fuel (75 gallons) a full propane tank (32 gallons) and not much else as I remember. Although at least this dealer left the spare tile and carpet remnants in the bay. Our last Newmar dealer stole it all. Some dealers do give you a boxed starter kit that costs them about $30 as I remember from when I worked at an RV shop part time.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:55 PM   #24
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What did our dealer give us on pickup day??? The day we picked it up, we were told not to use the shower, it had a crack in it. This was supposed to be a new rv...... We discovered the next day on our first trip, while going through the manuals in the bag of books, a contract where it had been rented out to a large company as their promo bus...... Two years later he was found guilty of fraud, deceptive trade, breach of contract and conversion.... But we never got anything out of this except enough to cover about half of the maintenance and reairs..... So beware, of what you buy in central Arkansas, this dealer has now revamped their dealership name.... He did not even GIVE us a ligo hat.....
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Full fuel tank, full propane, Camco sewer hose, 30 & 15 amp adapters, a nice welcome basket with wine, crackers, snacks, etc. about 4 cards for 2 nights free at a few camp grounds (one was there own), windhield wiper covers, and a one year Coachnet.
All and all a nice experience.
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I did get a tank of gasoline

The motorhome I bought was used. It had a full tank of Propane, and a near empty gas tank. The salesman told me I would leave with a full tank of gas. After all the paperwork was complete, I pressed him on the tank of fuel. He rode with me to the gas station for a fill up on his card. The Motorhome was almost bone dry and took 68 gallons of gas. I did the filling, he was , I was ! ! ! I took him back to the dealership, he went into his office, I hooked up my Jeep and took off. I didn't even get a wave good by. That was May of 2010. Went back once about a year later just to say hi, and they all acted like they didn't know who I was. Haven't seen or heard from them since. I don't know if it came from the dealer or the previous owner but there was a sewer hose and a fresh water hose in the hook up bay when I got it home.
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A easier question would be... WHAT DID YOU GIVE YOUR DEALER? LOL

We were given a cheap sewer hose and a map...
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I wish I could post the truth but due to foul language it would be pulled. All I can say is the next time will be better.
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