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Old 05-22-2016, 05:48 PM   #1
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Looking at a 2017 Sunseeker 3050FS

I have an offer on a new Sunseeker from a dealer that's has a good reputation. 78 grand and the MSRP with extras is 104 grand.

1) Is this a good offer or not?
2) Is there anything I should know good or bad about this RV?
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Old 05-23-2016, 10:13 PM   #2
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I have an offer on a new Sunseeker from a dealer that's has a good reputation. 78 grand and the MSRP with extras is 104 grand.

1) Is this a good offer or not?
2) Is there anything I should know good or bad about this RV?
I bought a new 2017 Jayco Melbourne with the Mercedes 3500 Chassis for $71K ($106K) MSRP from Town & Country RV in Clyde, Ohio. He will sell anyone this same unit for the same price. There is no hassle or surprises when you buy from them.
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I bought a new 2017 Jayco Melbourne with the Mercedes 3500 Chassis for $71K ($106K) MSRP from Town & Country RV in Clyde, Ohio. He will sell anyone this same unit for the same price. There is no hassle or surprises when you buy from them.
OOOH- look at the storage specs on the Jaycos! Be aware that on some of the Winnebagos, you have 90 cu. ft. on some models.
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