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Old 08-19-2016, 02:42 PM   #1
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Who are the discounters of Class A's

Are there other Class A dealers out there like Motorhome Specialists who do deep discounting and publish it on their website?

It's nice to get a feel for what you can buy a NEW coach for. The only one I've seen so far is MHS, do you know others?

One other things I'll be interested to see is what dealers charge in closing costs. I know their not all created equal!
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Just ask for an out the door price from each dealer. No extra's added on. I have never paid a separate closing charge when buying a motorhome. Even if they show a "Document" fee, I refused to "Openly" pay for them to do the paper work. IMO, those are the responsibility of the dealer. Those are just a couple of the gimmicks some will try to get more money out of the buyer. Yes, I know I am probably paying for it anyway in the selling price, but the smart dealer won't want me to know it.
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Yes the ol "Document" fee trick. I've seen it at a couple dealers up as high as $1,500.00. I guess they feel if they can't get our money one way they have another.

I know auto dealers have used "Dealer Prep" fees for years and have it printed on the deal sheet to show "this fee is non negotiable"! And its not negotiable until you get up to walk out!
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Dixie RV has deep discounts on the internet and didn't charge me any add on fees.
General RV told me they charge $2000 dealer prep fee, non negotiable .
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