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Old 07-15-2017, 04:27 PM   #29
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With the continued favorable exchange rate an Escape 17 might be worth considering. Their production schedule indicates less than a 6 month wait. Raz
I think they are probably out of our price range, so we haven't looked at them at all. Although my dad keeps telling me he'd love to make a trip to Canada if we need him too
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I think they are probably out of our price range, so we haven't looked at them at all. Although my dad keeps telling me he'd love to make a trip to Canada if we need him too
Without asking you what your price range is, I'll just point out that an Escape 17 starts at around 20K USD right now because of the favorable exchange rate for US buyers.
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Without asking you what your price range is, I'll just point out that an Escape 17 starts at around 20K USD right now because of the favorable exchange rate for US buyers.
Definitely more than we hope to spend
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There's initial cost and long term costs. I suspect in the long term the Escape is not that much more expensive especially when you consider your time fixing things. That said, we all need to live within our budget. Good luck. Raz
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