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Old 04-11-2016, 10:54 PM   #1
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New Camper Wondering if I got a good deal 32BHDS

Hi guys, I am new to the forums so please be nice. I just bought a 2016 Jayco 32BHDS and I was wondering if I got a good deal it appears that they mark up all the prices just to play the cat and mouse game. Here is what I got

Trailer $21,000.00
+Tax/tag/prep fee was about $3000
+$1000 for the WDH (equalizerhitch)
And I know but I bit on the extra 7 year warranty(9 years total with Jayco warranty) with a $100 deductible with lodging insurance for $1,500. I think they suckered me out $1500

My out the door price was about $26,495 with everything above. How do you think I did?
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Old 04-12-2016, 05:15 AM   #2
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Does it matter at this point? You already bought so YOU were obviously happy with the deal. That's all that matters. Now that that's done, just enjoy your new toy.
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Old 04-12-2016, 06:14 AM   #3
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I agree with Oz. If you are happy when you make the deal, then you got a good deal. Don't go second guessing yourself down the road. No one would be happy then. Go out and make some beautiful memories with your new rig. Next time when you get ready to deal, do all the looking and figuring, before you buy.
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Old 04-12-2016, 06:21 AM   #4
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I just Googled your unit. All in all, I think you got a good deal. Very nice camper!
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Does it matter at this point? You already bought so YOU were obviously happy with the deal. That's all that matters. Now that that's done, just enjoy your new toy.
This is a good point. The camper was a impulse buy from a show and I was just hoping I did good. Not sure what campers like this one goes for.
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I agree with "The Meeker". A quick Google shows $21000 to be a decent base point. And if the extended warranty gives you "peace of mind", then it was well worth the cost. Now, go get your money's worth out of it!

What are you pulling it with?
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Old 04-12-2016, 07:31 AM   #7
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Welcome and congrats on the new 32!!!!

Concerning the price, while its to late to say no at this point, it is hard to say without knowing what the msrp of YOUR 32 is with what options you have. Go to Jayco's website and choose all the options your 32 has, and see if you got at least 30% off the msrp for the trailer price only (no extras). If so, you did good.

What size wd bars did you get? If you did not get the 1400lbs bars, go back and exchange them/ or exchange them before picking up the trailer. The "brochure" dry tw of 910lbs (think that's what it is, or 920lbs?) does not include the weight of the propane tanks or a battery. That alone adds about 160lbs before you load the trailer up for a trip. Our 32 has ~1400lbs tw (need to reweigh after a few more/changes. Was 1400lbs tw on the nose when I did weigh it) with all the water tanks (fresh and waste) empty.

What tv do you have to pull that beast with? If it's not at least 2500/250 you should start planning on a new tv as well.

Enjoy the new 32!!! We love ours. Can't wait to parole it out of winter storage, do a couple more mods, and go camping.
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This is a good point. The camper was a impulse buy from a show and I was just hoping I did good. Not sure what campers like this one goes for.
The last thing you want now is to feel cheated that you didn't get a good deal. In the end, any camper is a bad investment as far as money is concerned. It's time to enjoy it now that you have it. Besides, it sounds like you did fine so don't worry.
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The TT and wdh price sounds good. Insurance, the price is ok, but that is a personal thing, some people insist on the additional insurance, others like me don’t care for it, and feel taking the risk is acceptable.
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Welcome and congrats on the new 32!!!!

Concerning the price, while its to late to say no at this point, it is hard to say without knowing what the msrp of YOUR 32 is with what options you have. Go to Jayco's website and choose all the options your 32 has, and see if you got at least 30% off the msrp for the trailer price only (no extras). If so, you did good.

What size wd bars did you get? If you did not get the 1400lbs bars, go back and exchange them/ or exchange them before picking up the trailer. The "brochure" dry tw of 910lbs (think that's what it is, or 920lbs?) does not include the weight of the propane tanks or a battery. That alone adds about 160lbs before you load the trailer up for a trip. Our 32 has ~1400lbs tw (need to reweigh after a few more/changes. Was 1400lbs tw on the nose when I did weigh it) with all the water tanks (fresh and waste) empty.

What tv do you have to pull that beast with? If it's not at least 2500/250 you should start planning on a new tv as well.

Enjoy the new 32!!! We love ours. Can't wait to parole it out of winter storage, do a couple more mods, and go camping.
Hey bud thanks for the information. I'm pulling mine with a 2015 F150 supercrew with the 3.5 ecoboost and Air Lift 5000 air bags. It pulls quite nice.
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