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Old 06-16-2015, 08:23 PM   #15
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A suggestion is to use the dealer locator on the Airstream website and cruise the various dealer's websites for inventory.

One 2015 International Serenity 23D listed for $74,753 with factory installed street and rear awnings, convection microwave upgrade to the standard microwave (still has the standard cooktop with propane oven) and the 1,000 watt inverter. They were asking for $61,500 out the door price. While the option prices did not change over the 2015 model year, the base price moved up several hundred dollars in at least two stages.

The 2016 5.5% price increase does now include the 1,000 watt inverter and the ductless air conditioning on the International 23D models. That is probably a better deal on the smaller rigs, whereas on the 2016 Classic model 30 the MSRP prices are pushing $137,000 or an increase of about $40,000 over the base price of the 2014 Classic model 30.

The Eddie Bauer models goes out of production for new sales in a month or so.

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Old 06-16-2015, 10:31 PM   #16
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If it is equipped like you want, even a 10% discount is very fair ... not sure just why folks need to beat up the dealers! We want ours to stay in business - they are few and far between around here anyway. MSRP is just that... suggested retail price.

Be happy!

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Old 08-18-2015, 12:33 PM   #17
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For AS's it seems the standing discount off MSRP is, ... roughly 20%.
For Class A's I'm seeing 35% off the MSRP that often the dealer is listing as a discount.
And that's consistent from a THOR to a Newmar to a Prevost.
Wondering if dealers margins that tight for AS's?
Or is it similar to Class A's but AS buyers don't get those levels because of the perception.

hhhmmm, ....

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