On 10/5/15 I called Winnebago to ask if I could pick up a new Winnebago at the Winnebago factory as I do not want 1,200 miles or more from the winnebago factory to my state on a new motorhome.Not to mention the driver might be towing their vehicle while breaking the engine in at 60-70 miles per hour or above (not good for breaking in an new engine).
I was told by someone at the Winnebago factory that I could pick the motorhome up after going through my dealer but, I would have to pay an additional $1,400.00 to have Winnebago show me how operate this motorhome. Plus it would be up to the dealer where I purchased (ordered) the motorhome from to charge freight or not. Every Car I have purchased has not had a separate fee to show me how to operate it.
I find it hard to believe that motorhome customers buy a new motorhome with all these miles on it and still classify it as new and are willing to pay $1,400.00 to have winnebago show you how to operate it.
That's like buying a New Car with over 1,000 miles (or more) on it and paying full price.Really?
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