Youre right, the price swing is incredible.
The $85.5k new 24.1 axis was advertised right next to a $121k New 24.1 axis. I didnt look for the sister VEGAS model.
There were two under $90k nationwide. Not many of them, but they only come in two colors and only one(?) available option.
We drove 2400miles ONE WAY to buy ours, dropped off the rental car and drove the 24.1 back to home.
An adventure no matter if we bought the rv or drove the rental car home.
We didnt make any excuses. We just drove there and bought it.
NOTHING should be locale dependant on such a purchase.
I just looked again as affirmation. I always assume I'm wrong when someone else is adamant, so I thought I'd recheck.
First three at $85.5
Fourth is $121k
The poster above this post, and myself, did the look-see as proof instead of the gossip earworming us.
We had someone on this forum last spring who wouldnt drive 150miles to get their rv at a $5,000 savings.
I think a longer trip than expected can be expected but I think a price point can be found within reasonable expectation.
A friend has a class c for sale here in our area.
Well under 10,000 miles a 2019 or 2020.
He hasn't had a single call at LARGE percentage of savings to the buyer of no sales tax(10%) and 20% below the dealer discounted price.
A large percentage of what we read is selectively read solely to reinforce our stances. Reality oft says different.