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Old 03-29-2017, 03:46 PM   #1
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Leisure Travel Serenity MSRP discount

I found a beauty Serenity with and MSRP of $150,000 The sales person is indicating that they don't reduce them much i.e. maybe $5K if I finance. So that's about a 3.3% off the MSRP. Now I bought 4 coaches and a trailer in the past and I've always bought at a significant discount with some (most) well-over 20% off the MSRP. I sure could use some comments here with what other have negotiated with this brand.

Thank you in advance for any help.
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Leisure Travel Vans are in high demand...can be up to 10 month wait for a new one. They don't discount much, but I think you could get a little more than 3% if you shop around.
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In early 2013 I got an LTV Unity MB with 16 percent in manufacturer and RV show discounts. Such discounts are now rare as LTV products are in high demand.
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I'm buying it

Thank you to those that commented and or sent a PM to me. I may be buying at peak sales/demand. So, I'm getting the Serenity and paying up what is a small discount as far as RV's go. I guess I'm giving up some of the huge discount I got when I bought my Bus in June of 2009 when nothing was selling.

Now, I have to figure out how to maximize my options with such a small RV compared to my 42 coach. I am looking forward to visiting some campgrounds that were off limits with the much bigger coach.
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Don't get fixated on LTV products. Winnebago builds some very competitive B and C class vans and small motorhomes and guess what, their dealers will discount them.
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Thank you to those that commented and or sent a PM to me. I may be buying at peak sales/demand. So, I'm getting the Serenity and paying up what is a small discount as far as RV's go. I guess I'm giving up some of the huge discount I got when I bought my Bus in June of 2009 when nothing was selling.

Now, I have to figure out how to maximize my options with such a small RV compared to my 42 coach. I am looking forward to visiting some campgrounds that were off limits with the much bigger coach.
Congratulations!! I know you will love it. I am picking up my LTV Wonder next week and I can't wait. Don't forget to join the LTV Enthusiast Facebook group. Everyone is very helpful and friendly!

See you down the road!
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We got a bit under 10% off for our Leisure Travel Vans Libero in 2016. As others have said they are in too much demand to discount very much.

I have to respectfully disagree with the person who said Winebago quality was on par with LTV. We looked at both and it wasn't even close. There is a reason Winebago discounts so much.
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I have to respectfully disagree with the person who said Winebago quality was on par with LTV. We looked at both and it wasn't even close. There is a reason Winebago discounts so much.
I looked at almost everything for 6 months before narrowing my search to LTV or Pleasure Way. The quality of most of the large manufacturers is no where near what you get with either one of these.
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I looked at almost everything for 6 months before narrowing my search to LTV or Pleasure Way. The quality of most of the large manufacturers is no where near what you get with either one of these.

I have to agree. I did my homework as well and this is my 5th RV. The attention to detail and the materials used by LTV and Pleasure Way are as good or better than any production line models.
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