Originally Posted by boardjnky4
But we all know that no dealerships ever sell boats for msrp. We need to also wait and see what the invoice is. The sale price will be somewhere in between.
true, different out-the-door prices in different states and counties, but I just read here on WW somewhere that when comparing boats and boat prices, MSRP HAS TO BE the measuring stick, not the price that "my friend" got it for. So going off of MSRP…. how is 50k all day even remotely close to 63,000?
I remember in 09 Axis had the A22 "starting price" of $39,995 with and asterisks that clearly stated without trailer. IN 09-11 you could still get an A22 with a trailer out the door for $50k or less if you were a good negotiator and were very careful with your options. And the advertisement was clear, "starting price" or "base price" (i forget which one)… which means that NOBODY is going to be paying 39,995 and NOBODY goes into the dealer expecting to walk out with an A22 for 39,995. But MC's "$50k all day every day" or whatever is ridiculous. I highly doubt that anyone will walk out with an NXT on a trailer out the door for under $60,000. I hope I am wrong because a nicely equipped NXT in the 50's would really be great for our sport.