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Old 02-17-2012, 08:34 AM   #11
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I am wondering what is the cut off for the 2012's and beginning of the 2013's I'm not sure but I think those of us who are expecting delivery in late march could possibly be a 2013? Any thoughts out there? My dealer said the 13's are usually released in march.
Hey that's a good point! I guess we can cross our fingers, mine isn't supposed to be done until the first week of April. Originally they said the middle of March, I just hope it doesn't keep getting back.
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An e-mail I have from a Factory Rep, suggests that the 2013s won't be out till around June with a 100% guarantee<?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" />

of a price increase, so we decided not to wait as our trade would be worth less later in the year also.
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Old 02-17-2012, 03:00 PM   #13
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An e-mail I have from a Factory Rep, suggests that the 2013s won't be out till around June with a 100% guarantee

of a price increase, so we decided not to wait as our trade would be worth less later in the year also.
Well I guess mine will be one of the last 2012's then. I really don't care I'm just a little anxious to get it and I don't need any price increases.

These are already little pricey, I hope they don't price themselves too high.
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Old 02-17-2012, 05:54 PM   #14
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Right now they're Hot sellers so the price will probably continue to increase until the sales start dropping off, then you'll probably see some good deals while they find the right point.
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I thought I got a good deal when I ordered ours and it is no where near msrp it made me ask just how much mark up there really is in the RV market. After asking some questions I found that there is at least a 40% or more mark up. Like Dave & Ginny said I hope they don't price them self out of the market.
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Old 02-18-2012, 01:16 PM   #16
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The pricing certainly has gone up a lot! We started looking at them in Feb 2011, but haven't sold our home yet. The pricing now is putting them out of our price range, I am afraid; the price listed on the sellers websites has gone up almost $40,000 from the first units we looked at! They were at $80k with full paint and most options then, and are at $120k give or take, now. I guess it will depend on what we can sell for. I really love the RW36RL floorplan.

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Robin and Marian,
Yes they are increasing in price but I can tell you we got our 36FL for well less than 80,000.00 so if you don't mind shopping and maybe a bit of traveling to get the good deal they are out there.
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We got ours with a generator, disk brakes, G rated tires, ice-maker, dual pane window, slide-in a slide, heat pumps, #40 LP, sleeper sofa, full body paint and a B/W hitch for well under 80K

Go shopping and have fun. We limited our shopping to a 7 hour drive from home.


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Dave and Ginny, may I ask what the name of the dealer you used for your rig.
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Robin 'n Marian,



Generally the advertised prices are MSRP. We first looked at Redwood coaches in June of 2011. We started the quote process, finalized what we wanted In early July 2011 and placed our order. I found that the quoted prices were right at 36% below MSRP. Others have said that they purchased at 40% below MSRP. So, I would suggest to you not to be too discouraged by advertised prices. We placed our order through Tiara RV Sales on the north side of Elkhart, Indiana and took delivery in October.



Our 36RLcoach has the options of generator prep, two A/C's, Kodiak Hydraulic Disk Brakes, Goodyear G614's, 4 door refrig. (no ice maker), Trail-Air Tri-glide pin box,slide toppers and water filter. We also added an automatic satellite dish. Our delivered price was $71.5K. The MSRP would have been around $112K at the time. I can tell you we are very satisfied with our coach so far.



We had been looking at semi-custom units for 4 years prior to last year and those definitely finally got beyound our budget. And I have been told by folks in that market that prices are going to coninue to go up.



Good luck in your decisions.



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