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We just agreed to a price on a Grand Design 2150RB. We have seen the TT once, this past Saturday. Today over e-mails we have come to an agreement on price. We gave them a $1000 on a CC fully refundable deposit to hold the unit. We wished go back to climb thru it one more time, to make sure we are still good with our decision? They have sent me an e-document to sign, A Buyers Order. . Do I would to sign this and return in an e-mail? Or is this a document I should only sign after we have finished the final walk thru? My first time with a dealer. I wish not give them an up hand. Though I good with a level playing field. Do I sign or wait, until Delivery?


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Posted: 07/02/19 11:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Don’t sign nuttin’ until you are sure.


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Posted: 07/02/19 11:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sign only when you are done with the walk through and it will be the same unit you've inspected and accepted.

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Thanks, funny you say to make sure it is th same unit. I did match the stock no. To make sure buyer order matched. I was thinking I should hold off on providing them with signatures. Thanks again.

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WTW wrote:

Thanks, funny you say to make sure it is th same unit. I did match the stock no. To make sure buyer order matched. I was thinking I should hold off on providing them with signatures. Thanks again.


That's not the problem. It's those features and accessories you thought are standard when you walked into the showroom and then became optional add-ons when you are about to take home your unit.

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Ouch, 10 4

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Also be aware of that $1000 dealer prep fee that they will sneak in when you are ready to pick it up

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I've never signed for any RV before I did my walk thru. 3 different dealers and they all said sign after PDI. To me thats the sign of an upfront sorta honest dealer. Those that want you to pay before you finalize the walk thru are the dealers to stay away from.

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Is that an out the door price? You need to know the bottom line without any surprises.
Agree with others: Don’t sign or agree to anything else until you have had a PDI and have spent more time in the unit.


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Posted: 07/02/19 03:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you feel you must sign, always write something with your sig like "pending final inspection by buyer".

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