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Handy 09-04-2019 03:29 AM

2020 Thor Outlaw 29J fair dealer price
 
I am about to negotiate a price on a new 2020 Outlaw 29J at a dealer and it would be helpful to know how much other people have paid for these in recent years, please? MSRP is $130,000, the other dealer in my state is advertising their sale price online at $105,000, dealers in other states are advertising their sale price online at $90,000. We like the salesman at our local dealer and he has very good reviews online. The other dealer is about 1.5 hours away. We are also prepared to visit an RV show later this month if it is necessary. A friend of mine suggested offering 65% of MSRP which is about $85,000. I am hoping our local salesman can give us the best price so I don't have to start a war between the 2 dealers.

16ACE27 09-04-2019 04:56 AM

Show him the sales price at the other dealer ask him to match it. Should be a no-brainier for your local dealer.

The Gritz Carlton 09-04-2019 12:44 PM

Buying local and close to home has added value...they know this also. I would value that at 5%. Start at 35-40% off and wait till they need CPR...be prepared to negotiate a few more buck for their proximity value and get a priority service commitment.

ducksface 09-04-2019 03:17 PM

If the dealer sells it to you for 10 bucks, and you're not happy, you'll never be happy.
Be happy.
If $2,000 bucks (that's a LOUSY AND WORTHLESS TWO PERCENT) is worth all the hate and discontent you can muster, you sure are looking at an awful experience that will jade your base for the life of the ownership.

Go sit down with them, make yourself happy with the purchase and don't worry that I paid $67,000 total for a 2018 including a full 7 year warranty, a cell booster, roku upgraded TV, a chrome cast, full gas and propane, front end alignment, $1,000 worth of accessory gear, a full load of groceries and NO SALES TAX.

No one makes the deal you do... Except you.

Bob Denman 09-04-2019 03:31 PM

The important this is what you get out of them: not what you've got in them... :thumb:

ducksface 09-04-2019 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bob Denman (Post 201181)
The important this is what you get out of them: not what you've got in them... :thumb:

Forget all that other crap I said:
The above is what I meant all along:flowers:

Bob Denman 09-04-2019 03:55 PM

:o But you're the one who reminded me of this very important point...:thumb:


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