since most MSRP numbers, are made up by the dealers, there's no set answer.
one way a lot of people do, is get prices from dealers like RVWholesalers or RVDirect and compare their prices to others.
most of the time, these two dealers are 30-40% off of so-called MSRP.
out here in Calif., most RV's sell for close to MSRP prices, but our MSRP prices are higher than the ones in other areas of the country.
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