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Old 02-15-2016, 09:54 PM   #1
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From 29.5BHDS to 377RLBH

Very close to pulling the triger on a 377RLBH (still trying to get lowest deal). But some of you have had one since late last year, can you share your experiences, perhaps issues that I need to be on the lookout, seems like a very popular Floorplan and well put together.

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Old 02-15-2016, 10:09 PM   #2
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We picked our 377RLBH up from the dealership on Thanksgiving weekend, and all we've been able to do list look out the window at it...... I'll be Spring soon, though!!!
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Old 02-16-2016, 06:05 AM   #3
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Prices, can some of the current owners comment on their percent from msrp or how much they end up paying .... curious if I am getting a good deal.

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It is a great floor plan. You'll love it.
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Prices, can some of the current owners comment on their percent from msrp or how much they end up paying .... curious if I am getting a good deal.

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I paid $52,000, plus a 9-year old 27' Rockwood with a "soft" roof. There is another mfgr with an almost identical floorplan, but when you start adding in all of their "options", with all of the things that are standard on the North Point, you we were within $1500. We THEN added on the North Point features that aren't available on the other, PLUS the inherent quality of the Jayco product, and for us, it was a no-brainer.

What was nice, was that both units were parked about 250' from each other at the Harrisburg RV Show, last Fall, so we must have walked back nd forth about 6 times, comparing, and taking measurements and photos....
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If you have a Costco membership, try there. We don't have the same model as what you're looking at, but we did get, if I recall, right around 30% off of MSRP in Aug of '14.
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With all the options we had ours ordered with, I think msrp was around 85k. We ended up paying 66k for ours. Hoping we got a good deal. Haven't got to see it yet, but hopefully around the end of March. Never even got to do a walk through. All the comments on here about the floor plan have definitely put our minds at ease buying sight unseen. We traded a 2014 palomino sabre. All we had were problems with the damn thing. Almost ruined our whole camping season for us.
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Old 02-17-2016, 07:49 PM   #8
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Palle-man,
You are correct 85k MSRP is very normal. I have always read that you should be between the 20% to 30% of MSRP for a good deal. At 66k you are at 22.36% and that’s very close to where I am today …. However I am hoping to arrive at 25% discount or around 63,750 (and its hard to do this)
Thanks for your comments looks like I am getting a good deal specially in a new floor plan.
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Old 02-18-2016, 11:01 PM   #9
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We got our 2016 377rlbh for.....$54850. To God be the Glory! Brand new with almost every feature including Two awnings, slide toppers, and residential fridge. Not sure where you are located, but we got ours at Indiana RV connection Middlebury, IN. It's 3 miles from the Jayco Factory. I have heard many negatives of RVdirect (aka Buffalo Rv, Orlando Rv etc.) which also offer great prices. But Indiana RV Connection was a local hometown dealer that because of there proximity to Jayco offers phenomenal prices with good customer service. I had them do some work and then had warranty work done in Florida so no issue there. I drove 300 miles to pick it up. But that's no problem considering we are full timers and the huge savings. God is good!

Go to there website and build your own and get a great price. Ask for Ronnie! Either buy from them or use the spec sheet with there price quote as leverage at your dealer. Let me know if you have questions.
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Old 02-19-2016, 12:43 AM   #10
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I'm assuming the price you got was due to the fact that your dealer is located so close to the factory? Wish we could of scored that price! Congrats! I will be asking our dealer about that for sure. We have not done paperwork and everything, but I doubt we will get a better price than already agreed to. We also traded our 5er, so it really limits our haggling abilities. Can't wait to get her out!!
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