Originally Posted by Sundancer330
Josh is spot on as usual with his video. I purchased my trailer from Haylett RV in Coldwater, Mi last year, they are not a large dealer but a great family run dealer. I drove 140 miles to purchase from them, I could have bought from one of the largest dealers in the country just down the road from me but after paying them a visit I got a bad vibe and didn't return. I have only had a few problems and both times my salesman at Haylett has ordered the parts and sent them to me.
I shortlisted a Winnebago from Haylett RV, but they didn't seem all that interested in dealing with someone from Colorado, so I bought a Jayco locally and am happy I did.
I'm sure they are a fine dealership if you get the right salesman, mine wasn't willing to work with me long distance, Out the door price, would consistently tell me he would 'call me' the 'next day' with numbers - but never did. I had to call him every couple days and be like... 'so, you forgot about me again huh?" etc.. too long of a drive for me to deal with all the risks. I had some questions about how we would complete the deal, if my wife and daughter and I drove out, closed the deal on the RV we had been discussing with him, how long we needed to plan on staying out there, what kind of deposit I would need to put down to guarantee we wouldn't drive all the way out there only to have it sold out from under us, (your standard questions) etc..our schedule was a little tight because my daughter was starting school in a few weeks, but we had plenty of time to make it happen had they been responsive. I guess the questions we're more trouble than my business was worth. Their pricing was good, but I matched it here without any drama. They were asking 24K for the winnebago I wanted (per their website), which also had links to make an offer, etc... I told him I'd pay that - if he could make it my out the door price, and from that point forward he blew me off. I was a cash buyer too. Oh well... Happy with the Jayco.