I purchased a 2017 Forest River Sunseeker new and after 18 months and 6000 miles decided to sell it. I spoke with Rick and Dustin at the New Braunfels Camping World who seemed interested in selling the rv.
This rv is in new condition and is loaded with all options available. I am not upside down in it and was reasonable in my price. Dustin inspected the rv and said they could sell it within 90 days and my net would be $72,000 (wholesale). That was actually more than I expected but hey that allowed some negotiation room.
Upon signing the papers I was shown a listed price more than $10,000 over the cost I paid new. I was told that gave them room for trade in allowances and would be lowered monthly until sold. After 60 days it was still being shown on their website priced thousands over their new ones. When I spoke with Dustin he said it was supposed to have been lowered.
After 90 days, I went and picked it up. When picked up, a custom made curtain that had been separating the cab and coach was missing. It had been left in at the request of Dustin. Suffice to say no one knew anything.
Dustin claimed to have never had an rv that did not sell, when I initially spoke to him. It is my belief that newer coaches such as mine are used to bolster their new sales.
Product or Service Mentioned: Camping World Sales Representative.
Reason of review: consignment scam.
Preferred solution: I just want other people to be aware and not waste their time..
I didn't like: To be lied to.