well, Viper, prices in the West are higher, used or new. the farther you are away from Indiana, the higher the prices go up.
dealers claim high transport costs but if you compare prices with Midwest dealers, obviously the Western dealers are making a profit on the transport costs also.
the only time you see competitive prices, are when the RV is made out west.
for example, Wildcat opened up a factory in Oregon a few years ago, with models known as Wildcat Maxx. most Wildcat models out west, are from that factory and prices for them can be close to what Wildcats made in the Indiana factory, sell for.
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