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Old 09-16-2016, 06:08 PM   #41
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From that picture, even Redwood has gone to that same cheap-looking fake wood flooring that you find in all the low & midrange fifth wheels & travel trailers. Ugh...
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Old 09-16-2016, 06:19 PM   #42
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All of the new features and specs will be revealed after next week. The annual Open House for dealers is next week, where we will showcase our new products. After the show, all of the new features are fair game for the public. Any of you that did attend the rally this year and went on the tour, I appreciate you not disclosing anything early. I think everyone will be excited to see the changes we have made. Keep your eyes open.
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I noticed in the article Redwood mentioned they are lowering the price while increasing the amenities, features, and options. So basically they are doing the same thing they did in mid-2014 when they made certain "options" standard and then lowered the MSRP which devalued the ACV and trade values for those of us who owned a 2012, 2013 and early 2014 model. Looks like Redwood is chasing the Montana, Alpine and Big Horn buyer and price point and lowering their price again in hopes to gain market share. Sure glad I am no longer looking to trade a Redwood in the future as another hit to the coaches value is about to take place.
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I noticed in the article Redwood mentioned they are lowering the price while increasing the amenities, features, and options. So basically they are doing the same thing they did in mid-2014 when they made certain "options" standard and then lowered the MSRP which devalued the ACV and trade values for those of us who owned a 2012, 2013 and early 2014 model. Looks like Redwood is chasing the Montana, Alpine and Big Horn buyer and price point and lowering their price again in hopes to gain market share. Sure glad I am no longer looking to trade a Redwood in the future as another hit to the coaches value is about to take place.
Ya, I got caught in that in 2014. One month after ours came in, the MSRP went down 18% across the board. I wasn't worried about trade as much as I had to pay CO ownership tax on the full inflated MSRP at the DMV, and that value carries over a 5 year depreciation when we renew plates.
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