Well another question .... Looking at a used coach, if they the seller are selling their coach as "MINT CONDITION" is there still any room for negotiation on their asking price Because they put a new paint job on and replaced other big ticket items tires batteries and has been recently serviced. ..
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There is always room for negotiation. Figure out what you want to pay for the coach and start haggling. You do need to take the new tires, batteries and service into account as these are expenses you may have to eat if you buy a coach where they need to be replaced. If they do not want to meet your price you can walk away. There are lots of coaches out there.
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