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Old 12-29-2013, 11:30 PM   #1
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Leisure Travel RV pricing

I am new to the forum and am looking at buying a Leisure Travel Unity MB and was wondering what others paid for theirs, how much off MSRP they saved. Do they have a 35% spread from invoice to MSRP as some do?

The dealers I contacted all seem quite arrogant and want you to give them your credit card with an offer. Any feedback would be grateful.

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Old 12-30-2013, 07:29 AM   #3
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Generally the rule of thumb is 25-35 of MSRP. But as with most things there are variables that can affect the final price. In what part of the country are you buying? The time of year? Popularity of a specific model? Dealer financing? The number of local RV dealers? Manufacturers incentives? For example, when I was looking at a fifth wheel, a manufacturer offered an incredible savings on white units as they were pushing full paint models. Are you dealing with a broker such as RV Direct. By the way, i did purchase from them and had a successful purchase. Couldn't beat the price locally. Another source to look at is rvtrader.com. Dealers list new and used units and many offer specials and incentives. It might be worth a trip if the price is right. It can sometimes be a daunting task, but enjoy it as it can also be fun.
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I got a couple of discounts when I bought mine early in 2013. There was a factory inventory discount and an RV show discount. About 22% off MSRP. Where are you located?
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