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Old 04-12-2011, 08:29 PM   #15
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Do the cab seats rotate like a class A to be used as extra coach seating?
No the seats don't rotate, not much room up there anyway
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Old 04-12-2011, 11:21 PM   #16
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It may depend on the trim level of class c whether the cab seat swivel or not. My older Coachmen Leprechaun did. My new Coachmen Freelander does not
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My chevy chassis in the Class C did not rotate. I had always wished the backs on the seats up in the cab were able to be folded flat. My old matrix had a very nice setup with the passenger seat in that regards as it folded down flat to make a small table like surface.
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Thanks. We have a dealer about 2hrs away that has that same price. Just got to convince the CEO to fork over the funds. I really dont want a payment. Do you think there was any wiggle room if full cash payment was offered?
Cash is not a great negotiation tool. Dealers get a kickback from the lenders. If you finance a portion of the cost of the RV, the dealer gets his kickback. Knowing that he is going to get a kickback, however, is a negotiation tool.
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