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Went to Mount Vernon dealer to purchase/trade for a Tiffin model 40 AH motorhome. According to three other dealers nationwide.....Paulsbo was about $75,000 too high in price.

When I asked for a reduction in price, the comment Bob (Anderson) made was "we don't have to cut the price.....the people in the Seattle area make a lot of money, and they will pay whatever we ask".

In other words, Paulsbo thinks the Seattle people are too *** to shop, and find out other dealers cut the MSRP by 30-35%... If you buy from Paulsbo.....you paid way too much.

This reviewer shared experience about pricing issue and wants this business to read this review and look into the issue (if any). The author is overall dissatisfied with Poulsbo RV. The most disappointing about tiffin motorhomes rv from Poulsbo RV was lie about their sales prices and sales period Reviewer wants customer support to reach out to him or her ASAP for further discussion of this matter.

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Anonymous
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never purchase from poorbo rv.. we went jsut to look at what is oug there and they were all locked up, when we asked about viewing them, we were treated like theives.

ask if we were buying and then told they only help people who are buying I should come back when I am ready to purchase.. NOT

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Not uncommon depending on the demographics and economy of where a dealership is located. Poulsbo pricing reflects the economy of it's surrounding population, as do all dealerships.

Microsoft, Google and Boeing employees and retirees make up the majority of the purchasing population and dealerships know this. It's not that a dealership thinks buyers are "***", they just reflect the economy around them.

This is why you often hear of folks finding a better deal in another state. However, Bob could have been a bit more eloquent in how he spoke to you.

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