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frthompson 03-08-2016 07:57 AM

Reasonable discount on new Bigfoot?
 
We are looking for a 25' trailer and are considering Bigfoot trailers. Anyone out there know what kind of discount from list price we should be able to negotiate with dealers? Based on Airforums I know Airstream owners expect 15-20% off MSRP

Jack L 03-08-2016 08:41 AM

There is a "local" Bigfoot dealer near me in Tualatin Oregon (just south of Portland). They have trailers in stock on the showroom floor, listed on Craigslist Portland. I have been told that the Craigslist price is firm. After the unit has been in inventory for a long time, a year?? or longer they might cut the price a little more. Bigfoot has a few factory stores, unlike other manufacturers that have many dealers

MarkyVasquez 03-10-2016 08:31 PM

I just went to the Austin, TX RV Expo and they had one listed at $54k on sale for $44k. It was fully loaded including a generator.


Happy Camping!
Marky

Jack L 03-10-2016 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarkyVasquez (Post 575412)
I just went to the Austin, TX RV Expo and they had one listed at $54k on sale for $44k. It was fully loaded including a generator.


Happy Camping!
Marky

The Oregon Factory store has one for $44498 wit no mention of a generator. Looks to have everything else.

larryc 03-22-2016 01:56 PM

what was the dealers name, I'm in the market for a 25' rq

Badger 03-24-2016 12:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by larryc (Post 577589)
what was the dealers name, I'm in the market for a 25' rq

If you mean the Oregon dealer that Jack referenced I'm sure he is referring to
Camper Outlet Home Page

larryc 03-24-2016 10:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Badger (Post 577801)
If you mean the Oregon dealer that Jack referenced I'm sure he is referring to
Camper Outlet Home Page

I was actually wondering about the TX dealer, I know i wasn't specific

cpaharley2008 03-24-2016 12:47 PM

I wonder why Escape Trailers, another Canadian manufacturer located near BigFoot, sells their trailers at Canadian dollars, right now $40,000 cn msrp is equivalent to $30K US$ and whether the dealer in Oregon is buying them at the same discount and then raising the price back up to the Canadian msrp but in US dollars. Seems like a 25% discount would be automatic.

sokhapkin 03-24-2016 03:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cpaharley2008 (Post 577874)
I wonder why

Because they can. That's how dealers make their profit.

MarkyVasquez 03-24-2016 10:40 PM

The Texas RV dealer is Princess Craft RV. They had a $10,000 discount on the 17 ft Bigfoot. Their website is:

http://princesscraft.com


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MarkyVasquez 03-24-2016 11:00 PM

I've seen the Escape and the Bigfoot. The Escape is a real nice trailer but i my opinion the Bigfoot is the Airstream of the fiberglass trailers. I don't mean to offend anybody (I own a Casita and it is really nice if it was 1970) but the Bigfoot trailers have a really elegant interior. They are really updated with LED lighting, stainless, and have a really beautiful and well laid out interior. They look like the interior of a Tiffin or Newmar class A motorhome. The 17 foot Bigfoot I saw had solar and a generator built in!


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Deb & Chuck 04-02-2016 09:21 AM

I agree with Marky Vasquez.

Deb

SkiColorado 12-12-2016 02:52 AM

Looking to finalize my purchase of a 2017 Bigfoot 25B21RB this week. Haven't signed anything and was going to pursue other dealers for quotes. Seems most are fairly firm. What have you seen prices reduced to at sale?

Thanks! Excited to get it in only 5 short production month.... Guess I'll put it to use in the the winter next year.

larryc 12-12-2016 10:21 AM

I purchased from camper outlet in tulatin or. they had the best price. but it's a low budget operation so don't expect much from them.

as far as using your trailer in winter. we have found that yes, the trailer is warm, but its a propane hog.


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