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Old 01-21-2016, 03:21 PM   #1
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Help price on North point

My wife and I looked at a new North point 375BHSF. We like the one on the lot. However does not have thermopane windows , but is loaded right to the Max. We looked to order one fully loaded up with the windows. They gave me a price $65,589, and $23,500 for my current loaded Eagle. New 5ver has customer value package,Jayco luxery package ,fifth wheel North point package. Table free standing, 23 cuft refrig residential and 2nd 15 k BTU lo pro bedroom. First how does price sound second if you have free standing table how do you like it. Thank you
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Old 01-21-2016, 05:28 PM   #2
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We have had 2 with the free standing table and one without. We would not be without it. The only complaint I have heard is from people with small kids who use it for a sleeper or under storage. In our case it is not needed.
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Thank you Norty1, I also thought of the bed thing . However there are just three of us. How does that price compare to what others have paid. Where is it everybody price checks and builds
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Old 01-21-2016, 06:34 PM   #4
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Check at RvOne.com ... Build your North Point and they will email you a price. They don't contact you after.
Albany Rv is a RvOne outlet....fairly close to you.
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Old 01-21-2016, 06:38 PM   #5
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List would be around $84K with the options you listed. Not sure what that last one was.

Take 30% off. Makes it $58,800 before trade in.

Dealer is way too high.

Get an on line quote from Indiana RV or like and go back and beat him up.

I am told Camping World will match. If you get within a $1000 with shipping, you should be happy.

Trade in should be treated separately. This is where the games begin. I would sell it myself to get the best ROI if you have the time and patience.

P.S. Sorry. Hit the wrong button on my calculator but an on line quote may be a couple percent better than what I calculated.
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:09 PM   #6
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I tend to agree with Fairenatic in regards to the price you were given.

While we're looking at the 377RLBH, the MSRP for your 375BHFS is actually $1k lower than the 377....and we've received a couple of quotes several thousand less than what you received, and our quote also included almost everything such as the dual pane windows, back-up camera, generator, 2nd a/c, slide topper awnings, residential ref, etc. I'd think you could find it for a fair bit less than the cost you've been quoted.
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I learned a long time ago, people on the internet always buy at a lower price than me. I've always assumed they catch bigger fish too. I can't see your trade so I couldn't comment on the price. I can say our 375 has the free standing table and chairs. With the 4 of us, I wouldn't go back to a dinette. My wife and I actually get a place to sit! My only regret is getting the gen prep.
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Quite a bit, over 11k to be exact more than I paid for my 2014 375BHFS through Indiana RV Connection. Didn't order with the larger fridge because we never use it, but did order free standing table and chairs which we prefer over a booth, 2nd AC, fireplace, thermal windows and awning covers.
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Donedroolin,

I would start over and get the price without a trade-in.

I agree with Fairenatic. Figure out the MSRP using Jayco's web site and then take off 30% as a minimum. I can speak from experience, you can get your new rig for even more than 30% off MSRP. The quote you got is WAY TOO HIGH. Do yourself a favor and get at least 4 quotes. You will be surprised. Then take those quotes to the dealer of choice and push them to get close to the best price.
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Old 01-21-2016, 09:59 PM   #10
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I learned a long time ago, people on the internet always buy at a lower price than me. I've always assumed they catch bigger fish too.
Didn't anyone ever tell you that everything you read on the internet is true! Haha. It's okay if you don't believe what you read.
I tend to always research the _____ out of everything and then determine if what others are saying is true or not. In this case............+30% is TRUE.
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