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NADA Wholesale vs NADA low retail


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If you go to this link http://www.nadaguidesstore.com/Store/rv-connect you can get a 30-day free trial to the NADA RV online guide which has the same info as the physical book and which includes wholesale prices. You can then do your analysis of the % difference between wholesale and low retail. If you do that, please report back what you found.

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I went into the NADA free trial. Boonedocks, I didn't find wholesale prices. Is there a way to come up with a wholesale price? Horizon36, is 20% below low retail an industry standard of some sort?

 

The dealer I am working with offered me 41% below low retail on my trade. Not real happy with that!

 

Roy

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I went into the NADA free trial. Boonedocks, I didn't find wholesale prices. Is there a way to come up with a wholesale price?

 

I don't presently have free trial access. I had it a couple of months ago when I was selling my coach. When I went to my year, make, and model, the wholesale value was there. Did you go the the free trial for the paid service -- the link I provided -- or did you go to the free public site that does not show wholesale?

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Yes, I followed your link and signed up for the 30 day free trial. It only shows the low retail and average retail.

 

Sure would be nice to have the wholesale price or what the dealers call "Actual Cash Value" (which is code phrase for "You're an idiot and we're gonna stick it to you on your trade in")

 

Thanks,

 

Roy

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Yes, I followed your link and signed up for the 30 day free trial. It only shows the low retail and average retail.

That is no different from the free site so am wondering if you actually got the free trial?? I have not done that so am not familiar with it but I am familiar with the paper version and would expect that one to be the same. A 1 year subscription to it costs only $137 while the e-version is $175! If you are near any good library, stop there to see if they have a copy of the published version as most better libraries do have a current subscription, or at least they used to do so. I have found a copy in the reference department of several different libraries when I was researching. It does, or at least used to contain figures for both wholesale and loan values.

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I just created another free account and it worked for me just fine showing wholesale and retail prices.

 

If you created the free 30-day account you should have received an email with a temporary password. You go to the link they included in the email and log in. At the top of the page after logging in click RV. Then you can search for whatever you want. If you are in the right place for the 30 day trial, the address should be:

 

 

http://www.nadaguidesconnect.com/logon

 

At this location, you will get the wholesale-trade in and full retail values. You will not see any low retail value in these pages.

 

If you are still seeing low retails, you must be at:

 

http://www.nadaguides.com/

 

You will not see wholesale prices there.

 

Try again and see if this helps.

 

Now, a few words of caution. Do not add any options, The dealer isn't going to. The absolute most a dealer would give you on trade in is the wholesale no options value. And that assumes you have almost new tires and batteries and are in near perfect condition. The trade in price only goes down from that wholesale value, it doesn't go up If your manufacturer is in bankruptcy they will deduct, If the manufacturer is out of business they will deduct more.

 

Let me know again, if you don't get into guides connect site this time.

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