On the other hand... dealerships spend a lot of money on shows, and, if the pickings have been poor, they start to get a little anxious.
We turned up on the last day of a small show, "just to look around", and found they were almost giving stuff away, just to make their numbers. Apparently, the company had brought in extra people, so we found ourselves talking to a man from marketing, not sales.. who wasn't quite such a wheeler-dealer.
They offered us an insane trade-in on our old pop-up, sight unseen (in fairness, I did tell them it was old and that i was fed up with repairing it all the time)
Then they offered us completely stupid financing.. so, in the end, we walked away with our current Jayfeather, and a slight feeling of "Did that just happen?"
IanP, the man from Scotland
Jay Feather 19XUD, pushing a Jeep Grand Cherokee