I did get a heck of deal on the Georgetown XL. They savings would have paid for me to drive between Cincinnati and CA many times. It turns out a person in Cincinnati ordered the 2012 Georgetown Xl 337DS fully loaded. However, when she picked it up at the dealership, she discovered that she could only open the refrigerator half-way with the slides closed. She didn't like this fact and so she turned around, returned to the dealership, traded in the motorhome, and immediately ordered a different model. As a result, I was able to buy the unit as a USED motorhome although it is a 2012, had just been delivered, and only had 341 miles. I saved lots of money. I was very lucky to get the motorhome. As I was talking to the salesperson over the phone, several people came to the dealership to see the motorhome. I got it because I inquired first. I have a friend who sells these units in AZ and he told me that "I got the deal of the year."
Actually, the gas cost $1,211.23: 7.33 mpg for 2,355 miles at $3.77 per gallon.
And I love the motorhome.