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Old 01-25-2016, 05:41 PM   #15
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The average retail (for new/not registered RV ) is $77,950 - according to NADA.
2015 Thor Motor Coach Outlaw Series M-29H Ford Standard Equipment, Prices & Specs - NADAguides

If the dealer is offering it at the original sale price minus 6.5%...I think there may still be some more wiggle room.

The 29H is a rather new model (first announced in 12/2013 as a 2014 model) - see:
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TMC calls it an Outlaw, but it really shares more in common with the FourWinds/Chateau Class C model lines (best selling Class C line in 2014).
https://thormotorcoach.com/fourwinds/
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There have been few reports of any issues, and none chronic with the 29H model and it is the ONLY regular Class C Toy Hauler currently made...so make the best deal you can - then double check everything.

It could be a very nice RV.
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So after all the time spent researching and getting everything in order, about 4 weeks ago I went to the dealer, the more time I spent with them the more I didn't trust them, caught them in several lies, told them no thanks.(they tried to stop me from leaving, but never called me to follow up, they must have known I was on to them.)
Anyway, I am looking at new units now, of course at a different dealer!
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:16 PM   #18
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You did yourself a real favor and walked away. Rv dealers are not in business to make you a deal...Some are more honest than others but THEIR bottom line is getting as much money from you as possible. All across this country buyers just pay list or settle for the dealers sale price. Very sad affair...
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