We found a Class C motorhome on the internet site for Camping World in Byron, GA. The listed price was $49,977 a markdown from the original price of over $70,000.00. We called for availability, and the salesman told us it was but someone was trying to buy it through financing which meant that it was available to anyone who came up with the money.
We told the salesman we were on our way with cash. We drove 150 miles one way and arrived to find out the coach had just sold. Not to worry, the salesman told us he had another one for "a few dollars more". We looked at it and asked for a price. The "few dollars more" price was $58,000.00. On what planet is $9,000.00 a few dollars? When tax, dealer prep and etc. was added the final price was $63,000.00. Wasted a day and gas to drive 300 miles.
The coach with the $49,977.00 is still listed on the internet, 7 days after it was supposedly sold.
This reviewer shared experience about "bait and switch" and wants this business to read this review and look into the issue (if any) as the author lost $150. This person is overall dissatisfied with Camping World. The most disappointing about thor freedom elite at Camping World was advertising and store manager playing games Reviewer wants customer support to reach our to him or her ASAP for further discussion of this matter.
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