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Old 07-15-2020, 07:11 PM   #1
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Is there a standard discount on Newells?

When you buy other coaches, you can expect 20-27% MSRP when you buy from a dealer. Is there similar haggling on Newells, or do people pay sticker since you are buying from the actual manufacturer instead of a dealer?
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Never bought a new Newell, but as each new coach is custom built to the owners spec's, and can take 6 months or more to make, doubt it. Newell does make one or two show coaches a year to take to rv shows, imagine you could get them cheaper. Newell does have used coaches on their website, on them, price is probably negotiable.
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Visited Newell "used" Coach lot late last year. 10 or 12 on the lot but nothing under a million.
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Old 08-12-2020, 07:38 PM   #4
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Newell Discounts

From what I've just experienced, the discounts aren't like the other mass producers. You just have to suck it up and pay the piper!
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Around 17% is the best you'll see from Newell or the Prevost Converters
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I believe they give the same discount as Ferrari and Bentley. If you have to ask the price you can't afford it. LOL
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Checked on a new Newell last month with dealer - MSRP period and special order required on 2021 with delivery maybe in 6 to 12 months.
He had 2 late model ones on the lot on consignment at NADA+

In checking online I'm seeing the same with private and dealer sales on all top end DPs. Sales price on my 2011 Ellipse 42QD has increased almost 20 grand since I bought mine back in February 2020.

I think we're going to see fewer deals for the next year or so - will depend on what the newbes do with their units after COVID dies. I assume the majority of low end TT buyers will keep theirs for awhile or even trade up. Others are going to be in sticker shock when they want to sell but owe more than it is worth.

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Not Newell but Newmar. Spell checker gets me every time

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