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Old 09-11-2016, 12:10 PM   #1
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Has anyone purchased thier Jayco from Indiana RV Connection? If so, what did you think of the dealer? Thanks
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If you're referring to The RV Connection, I almost got mine from there, until my local dealer decided to come very close to their price.

The sales lady I spoke with was very nice, not at all pushy, and offered good advice about staying in a CG that is right down the street. Apparently they have quite a few out-of-staters buy from them.
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We ordered our 321RSTS through them in April. They called and said TT was ready to pick up July 8th and we picked it up in Middlebury IN with no real problems.

We originally ordered a 2016 model but our sales person (Jessica Macias in CA) called back in a week or so and said we could change the order to a 2017 model for the same price. The final purchase price on mine was 34% off MSRP. We treated the trip as a cheap vacation and we would do it again in a heart beat!
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RV Direct gave me a better price when we ordered are '15 27DSRL but I've heard good things about RV Connection.
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Has anyone purchased thier Jayco from Indiana RV Connection? If so, what did you think of the dealer? Thanks
Your order will be placed thru Richardson RV Sales in California. They are the Jayco dealer not RV Connection
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Your order will be placed thru Richardson RV Sales in California. They are the Jayco dealer not RV Connection
...This is correct. "thervexpress.com is Richardson's RV "online" connection. I paid "Indiana RV Connection" and Richardson's RV transferred ownership to me.
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I'm not saying you guys aren't correct about Richardson RV, but Jayco does list Indiana RV Conncection in Middlebury Indiana as a dealer on their website. Even lists them as a Jayco exclusive dealer. I was asking about the dealer here because they don't get very good reviews any where else. It did look like most complaints were from people that bought junk used campers, not new Jayco's. Thanks for the info.
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Yes, I ordered mine through Indiana RV Connection and picked up at Richardson's in CA. All paperwork and payment was done at Richardson's. They gave me the price I was looking for which was $800 less than Richardson's but I still technically purchased from Richardson's. Two different dealerships but owned by same people.

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From what I saw at Indiana RV Connection in Middlebury Indiana, it looked like service bays were filled with brand new Jaycos' being prepped for delivery. They did not have parts for sale to the public, just parts to prep the new RVs. They have three RV sites that people can stay the first night to check out their new RV. They are a Jayco dealer but I think the bulk of their business is internet related with Richardson's RV, who owns "thervexpress.com" site. Sort of an East Coast connection for Richardson's RV. Just my opinion, but it worked for me.
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From what I saw at Indiana RV Connection in Middlebury Indiana, it looked like service bays were filled with brand new Jaycos' being prepped for delivery. They did not have parts for sale to the public, just parts to prep the new RVs. They have three RV sites that people can stay the first night to check out their new RV. They are a Jayco dealer but I think the bulk of their business is internet related with Richardson's RV. Sort of an East Coast connection for Richardson's RV. Just my opinion, but it worked for me.
I would disagree with last statement. Richardson's is the largest West Coast Jayco dealership from what I understand.

I was the first CA pickup sale the Indiana salesman had done and the first one ordering from Indiana that the lady at Richardson's in CA had written up as well.

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