I was in contact with a western Canadian dealer (Traveland) located in BC. Their suggested MSRP is over 258k (https://www.airstreamoftraveland.net...Max_years=2021
I have confirmed with a western sales manager that the Canadian MSRP is actually $1000.00 less then an American MSRP for the same trailer. This is due to fact no Airstream Connect if offered at this time to Canadians.
This dealer also doesn’t know their cost of the unit on the lot, they pay duty taxes and charge customers this. When they seek the trailer it gets returned by CCRA. Their best price on a 2020 Classic 33’FB was $208,000.00 thousand dollars plus applicable taxes. Unless you want to give a dealer an extra $40,000.00 dollars I would stay away from Travland dealership in British Columbia Canada. Duties paid are returned at time of sale, so the cost to a dealer is the extra Canadain Certification required, deliver charges are all the same throughout North America, and the cost of the exchange rate at time the trailer crosses the boarder.
In closing, a Canadian dealer should know especially their sales manager what an actually cost of any trailer is on their lot.
After talking to a few us based dealers, I can purchase the same trailer for $132,00 US dollars, plus exchange rate and taxes I pay to return to Canada my final cost is $200,376.00. Compared to the Traveland cost of over 239,000.00 after taxes. I will save the $39,000.00 by purchasing directly from the US dealer.