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Old 04-19-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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Here is a 2011 MSRP sheet for those who haven't had theopportunityto purchase their new redwood. It will give you an idea of costs, remember the rule of thumb is offer no more than 75% Hope this will help

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Well that didn't turn out very good will try again
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Those prices look to be the same as the 2012 price sheet. Also remember that some items had increased in price like the G rated tires. I believe someone posted that they up to $2400 (don't quote me on that).
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I have a price of $2,450 on the G rated tires so you are close.
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And on that price sheet they don't have listed the 2nd awning option
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Thanks for posting that order sheet, its very helpful to those of us who haven't ordered yet. I see the update on the G rated tires, and thanks for that info. If anyone who just ordered or is in the process could tell us, how do the other prices compare to current prices?



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I pulled my sheet out of the file and these are the same prices we used

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Thanks for posting that order sheet, its very helpful to those of us who haven't ordered yet. I see the update on the G rated tires, and thanks for that info. If anyone who just ordered or is in the process could tell us, how do the other prices compare to current prices?



The idea posting this sheet was to give everyone a ball park figure to work with, so that your haveammunitionto use when you hit the dealer ships
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Remember these are all MSRP prices everything is marked way up If you want a current order sheet just call a dealer and ask them to email you their latest
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Those prices are just a starting point you can negotiate a much better price than what's on the that sheet. I know I did.
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Thanks for the info, Dave. I just wondered what the msrp was currently, didn't mean to upset some of you, I am aware that that is the MSRP, not the final price.

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I doubt you upset anybody here on the forum.
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It seems to me that they offering some options that have not made it to the msrp sheet but that also depends on the model ordered.
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Thanks for the info, Dave. I just wondered what the msrp was currently, didn't mean to upset some of you, I am aware that that is the MSRP, not the final price.

No problem.....some on this site got a better deal than I did but mine was loaded up to a msrp of about 128 and I got it for 79 plus tax. Nobody on this site should be upset.We all help each other......we helpedBryan and he in turn showed me a better place to buy a new truck. We all help each other and that's what good RV'ers do. Good luck
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You said it Dave we all help each other.
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We got everything except special paint, dishwasher and generator...after you figure out what you want you can start with about a 34% discount from total and you should hve a pretty good starting point and then everything is left up to dickering....Now, some things have gone up since we ordered but at least you have a starting point for an offer...After you have the sales price remember you have 3 documentary fees and your state tax to add for your final price....There's a lot of markup in that paint job
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And if a Dealer (Lazy Days) wants to work from the MSRP that's fine too provided you have a trade and they give you double or close to it for what you paid for it. If working with a trade it all comes down to the difference, so even tho Lazy Days worked with an MSRP of 126K and change, the difference was a number we could live with and was enough lower than several other quotes that we could add the Full Body Paint. If it a straight deal with no trade you should be able to 25 to 30% off the MSRP and if you're really good maybe even a little more.
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Don't always believe the MSRP that dealers provide. Our dealer, George Sutton in Eugene, OR made up his own MSRP sheets (I have one in my desk). He inflated the prices on many of the options including marking up the freight to $4,000! We paid about $10K too much at Sutton but he was local. Frankly I would have been ok paying more for the convenience factor except all the smoke, mirrors and lies we were told would cause us not to return there.

Lesson learned: Get 3 quotes in writing from 3 dealers. Find one you trust and like and stick with them! Read the online reviews which we should all post. Heck, my wife and I don't go to a new restaurant without reading user reviews on Yelp. With our RV forum we now have a voice!

REDWOOD: Thanks Redwood for making this forum happen. Suggest the factory post official MSRP prices and options online to keep the small number of dealers that are pulling things straight.


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Always get prices from several dealers but also remember they have to turn a profit. I want them to make some money but I don't want to pay for their kids college education by myself. Finally buy from the dealer that you think you can work with. What good is a cheaper price if they're going to screw you later when they have a chance? Price isn't everything but it is important.

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