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Old    angels5            09-16-2004, 2:38 PM Reply   
OK, The decision has been made with a lot of input from posts on this board and research. Appreciate all the feedback. Here's what I'm looking at for add ons, PP, Depth Meter, Docking Lights, Tower, Tower Lights, Board Racks, Fiberglass SS, Pop up cleats, bimini, cover, extreme trailer. Dealer MSRP approx 56,360. I have absolutely no idea on boat markup. Recently bought a WW Toy Hauler 05 and got it for almost 25% off MSRP. If I start there on a boat will they be checking me for blood alcohol levels?
Old     (dusyth)      Join Date: Feb 2003       09-16-2004, 3:11 PM Reply   
25% off MRSP on that boat with those options?

to answer your question, ya they will be checking

That boat with those options, would probably be a couple grand less then that, OUT THE DOOR
Old     (whitewookie)      Join Date: Jul 2004       09-16-2004, 3:20 PM Reply   
You're going to be hard pressed to get that boat for under 55K here in SoCal. I priced out basically the same boat minus tower lights and depth meter and was quoted 55K out the door (tax lisence included) from Paradise. And that was supposedly the "Boat Show Discount". Still, awesome boat for 55K.
Old     (kstateskier)      Join Date: May 2002       09-16-2004, 4:19 PM Reply   
Looks for around 10% of MSRP, you will be able to get closer to the 10% toward boat show season, this is still early. You could find a good deal on an '03, but the '05s, especially with the items listed at this point in time will be pricey.
Old    bigj            09-16-2004, 5:49 PM Reply   
Jacqui, 8-10 percent off MSRP on that boat would be very fair considering it is a new model and the demand is pretty high on it from what my local dealer tells me. I saw the new VLX last week and that boat is sweet. Congratulations.
Old    angels5            09-16-2004, 7:57 PM Reply   
I am such a miser when it comes to big purchases. I will go back and forth a dozen or more times if I think it's going to save me any cash. I'm guessin this dealer is going to be glad to see the last of me...
Old    zboomer            09-17-2004, 8:09 AM Reply   
If you want to play around with pricing out Malibu's, there's a sweet pricing configurator on

(fwiw, Supra will let you do this right on their web site.)

My experience has shown that boat pricing is very seasonal. As the season ends and through winter, you'll get a better price. Like a dummy, I bought mine at peak season, argh. But I did get to use it all summer, so no worries. :-)
Old     (stevem)      Join Date: May 2002       09-22-2004, 8:37 PM Reply   

Is the link correct - doesn't seem to work for me.
Old    zboomer            09-23-2004, 8:51 AM Reply   
Steve, I think so...just clicked on it above, and it worked... Here's the actual price configurator.


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