Originally Posted by Lsowards
the sales person called me and said we were losing a good deal and that the dealership was losing money on this and her commission was less than $100!!!
Put on the boots, it's getting deep in there!
Car dealers in Florida charge "dealer fees" from zero to almost $1000. Then, on newer models, some add "market adjustment" which is code for dealer profit. Then there's the F&I guy there to add dealer profit with add-ons like extended warranty.
We bought our Vegas from Paul Sherry RV in Ohio, with $250 delivery cost, without the silly fees. They didn't fill the gas tank, and promised to fill the LP, but that didn't happen. They spent a lot more time than expected connecting my toad brake system, so I didn't complain about a few gallons of LP.
I really wanted to buy from a closer dealer, but there's a limit on what I'll pay for that, money talks. I got great local service on the recent 'Vegas recall, and after the warranty expires, I can choose who I hire for service.