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Old 01-16-2015, 08:30 PM   #11
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Well I just bought a 2015 x23b for $18500. That also included all options except the upgraded 15k ac, underbelly insulation, and 3"lift. We do have the mattress heaters, outdoor stove, power package. I didn't buy at a show but my local dealer who matched the show price I had and added all the upgrades plus extra dealer services. Hope this helps. Can't wait to use it. I left it winterized from the factory. Picked it up mid November. Good luck and shop around.
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:31 AM   #12
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Based on what I'm paying for the 17Z, sounds like a pretty good price.
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Old 01-17-2015, 06:55 PM   #13
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RV Trader has 22 listed and the cheapest is $18,868. http://www.rvtrader.com/New-and-Used...year=2015%3A*&
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:32 PM   #14
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2 years ago at an rv show I seen them priced for 16,500.00 don't remember the options. Do you have an rv show coming to your area? Check out the prices there, they seem to have very good prices. That will tell you if 18500 is a good price. If I remember right when I went to the dealer after the show in the spring he was 18000 and told me he could not get close to the show prices. If your tow vehicle can handle towing a x23b check them out too. Very similar layout but has larger fridge and freezer with more storage. I really wanted the x20e but the wife talked me into the x23b and I am glad she did. We are a family of 4. If it were just the two of use I would say x20e would've worked just fine. Good luck you'll love the trailer once you get it.
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Old 01-17-2015, 10:22 PM   #15
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I have a 2011 X23J we bought in 2012 for $15900.
I do have a question for all the hybrid owners....whenever I am camping in the winter we are getting a LOT of condensation on the inside of the canvas and also inside the cabinets....any suggestions?
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Old 01-22-2015, 03:42 PM   #16
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2015 Jayco X20E: Good deal or not?

First, thank you all for your replies. We were thinking it was not a bad deal but we ran into one major problem. It's almost embarrassing to admit it but here it goes: the stupid trailer won't fit through the door! We forgot to measure the shop's door!!! Duh!!! Inside, the shop is 25'. But the door measures about 118" and the trailer is 126". Not gonna happen! Soooo...currently we are debating between a Starcraft AR-ONE MAXX 19BH, which barely fits at 117" ( with a side-mounted A/C) or a Keystone Hideout 175LHS (roof A/C) which measures 116". Kills me... I really loved that x20. :-(

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Old 01-22-2015, 04:52 PM   #17
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Shop door? Inside storage? Is there no place outside you can keep it? Man, that's too bad. We love our X20E.
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Old 01-22-2015, 05:26 PM   #18
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I'm with Doc Brown - I'd look around for another place to keep it. They are that good.

Ours does fit in its "camper cave". But even with a good fit, one needs to ensure that the roll up door is ALL the way up before exiting. We just about took our AC unit off on our first trip. You would not believe how big a noise that danged thing made.

Luckily, the hard collision made the door spring upward so we didn't disengage anything. We do, however, have a nice bend along the bottom edge of the door.

I doubt that you can do anything that hasn't already been done by people on these forums . . . including realizing the TT won't fit until AFTER you drag it home.
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Old 01-30-2015, 04:12 PM   #19
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The shop is the only place we have to store it. Don't want to pay for outside storage. Sucks! But on the bright side at least it'll be protected from the Fl sun; and we can work on it in the shade.

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The shop is the only place we have to store it. Don't want to pay for outside storage. Sucks! But on the bright side at least it'll be protected from the Fl sun; and we can work on it in the shade.

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Pull the AC cover and let the air out of the tires, move it into the shop.
I've read a few times some good advice that essentially said "Buy your second trailer first". Sometimes settling isn't worth it.
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