You all are making me feel like a slacker for only going 1700+ miles to pick up my Precept 29UM. I ended up traveling for a couple of reasons, but probably the biggest is that the Canadian dollar is nicely depressed at the moment, so it is an automatic 25% discount on many units at the moment. The new units hitting dealer lots now are much higher in price and reflect the increased export costs and the depressed Canadian dollar, but any units that were ordered from the factory before the Canadian dollar tanked are still priced around the same amount as the they were pre-tanking- so a $100K unit in the US is a $100K unit in Canada among old stock. Same seems to still be true for used stock. The prices are almost the same. But that $100K unit in Canada only costs $75K in today's US dollars.
So I saved a bunch of money. Bought my Precept just outside of Edmonton Alberta, after trying to find a UM or UR closer, ran into a couple of dealers I wouldn't work with again for anything, and had a great trial by fire to drive it home across the Canadian Rockies and Cascades. Even got to drive in bad wind the first day as they were having 65 mile an hour gusts the day we picked it up. Fortunately, the wind had slowed a bit by the time we finished the walk through, but we had a bit of white knuckle driving to get to the friend's place we stayed at.
2015 Jayco Precept 29UM
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