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Old 09-08-2018, 11:59 AM   #1
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What should I offer?

I知 considering buying a brand new Class C cash deal. I知 told in the states you can get deals ranging from 25% to 35% off the MSRP. I知 from Ontario and the dealer doesn稚 seem to want to lower his price any more than around 14% to 15%. It would be a cash deal. Is this normal in Canada?
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If this is a 2019 , RV , you probably won't get the dealer to move much .

If it was a new on the lot 2018 , then you could expect him to co-operate.
Wait a month , if the RV is still there , present your offer again.
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Also remember, CASH is not attractive to most dealers as they get good kickbacks from the financing of the RV's. Depending where you live, major cities-Toronto, Vancouver etc will move a bit more than smaller centers.
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Well, any fees they get are pretty small and usually only if they up sell on the interest rate. No dealer will turn down an offer over a few measly bucks on a cash sale.
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I知 considering buying a brand new Class C cash deal. I知 told in the states you can get deals ranging from 25% to 35% off the MSRP. I知 from Ontario and the dealer doesn稚 seem to want to lower his price any more than around 14% to 15%. It would be a cash deal. Is this normal in Canada?
You need to make an offer in writing. Tire kicking doesn't cut it.
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You need to make an offer in writing. Tire kicking doesn't cut it.
Yup!

  • Submit a written offer.
  • Include a check for earnest money.
  • Make the offer contingent upon successful inspection.
  • Specify acceptable date codes for tires. (for me, nothing over 1 year old on a new coach)
  • Make contingent upon date of manufacture of batteries, or require new batteries.
  • Make offer valid only for a specific amount of time (48 hours, 1 week, whatever), after which you will stop payment on the check.
  • Make it clear that you are looking at other vehicles, hence the limited time on the offer.

Good luck in your purchase!
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