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Old 02-26-2008, 07:48 PM   #1
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Considering first Class C purchase. Although we have many motorhomes, market in Alaska is somewhat limited. Dealer has one Class C that he claims is a smoking deal. New 2007 Access 28P for 69,999. I am not sure of all options it may have. It does have AC, Furnace, slide out, 2 cabin batteries & a small television. They claim that once they have a RV on the lot for a year, it must be sold or they have to pay it off. They also claim that this particular unit is priced 10% below invoice. While I don't mind paying a bit more up this way, if the cost was significant, I would go to Washington, buy it and have a nice drive home. Appreciate any insight.

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Considering first Class C purchase. Although we have many motorhomes, market in Alaska is somewhat limited. Dealer has one Class C that he claims is a smoking deal. New 2007 Access 28P for 69,999. I am not sure of all options it may have. It does have AC, Furnace, slide out, 2 cabin batteries & a small television. They claim that once they have a RV on the lot for a year, it must be sold or they have to pay it off. They also claim that this particular unit is priced 10% below invoice. While I don't mind paying a bit more up this way, if the cost was significant, I would go to Washington, buy it and have a nice drive home. Appreciate any insight.

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Old 02-27-2008, 04:44 AM   #3
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Mike, welcome to iRV2.

I'm sure you'll have some help with your questions soon.
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Old 02-27-2008, 03:47 PM   #4
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Well, Barley... since nobody else has chimed in I'll at least give you some food for thought. On a 2007 RV, you have to keep in mind that it's already depreciated the first year so you'd better get a whopper of a discount. If you can get a look at the Winnebago sheet that lists the equipment it should show the list price at the bottom. For starters you should get at least 30% off that number. Another approach would be to go the NADA site and price out a 2007 Aspect with the few miles it has on it. That'll give you some idea of what it's worth. Good luck!
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I wouldn't call that a hot deal, though I suppose prices are higher in AK (shipping costs, if no other reason). The sticker on a 2008 Access will be in the $69k-$87k range (depending on length) and in the lower 48 you would expect to get 15-25% discount off that. Driving to the lower US might well be worth the money. You might get enough discount to pay the travel expense.

You didn't mention the length of the Access and there is quite a spread - anywhere from 22 ft to 31 ft. with a corresponding price difference.

As has been said, it has depreciated a year already, so check NADA RV Guide for current values. The new coach warranty makes it worth a bit more than a used 2007, but not a lot more.
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I paid considerably less than that, but as RV Roamer said, you are in Alaska which would be higher. They have to use drivers to drive the units from Iowa to their destinations. Someone is going to absorb the cost in gas and time.


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