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Old 07-18-2013, 11:47 PM
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texas! it was a loaded out one for like 127-8 i think
WOW!!! Do you know what year it was?? 2012 or 2013
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Old 07-18-2013, 11:52 PM
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Basic msrp of 2013 x-star is ~123,000

http://www.seedealercost.com/product...gorySlug/boats
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:23 AM
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Basic msrp of 2013 x-star is ~123,000

http://www.seedealercost.com/product...gorySlug/boats
Not sure what my dealer thinks they are doing!
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:27 AM
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Basic msrp of 2013 x-star is ~123,000

http://www.seedealercost.com/product...gorySlug/boats
You also didn't add any options
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:31 AM
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Prices are based on how many boats the dealer sells a year and the area in which they are selling. When we bought our X45, we ordered/bought it in Houston instead of Louisiana. It's was 12k cheaper in Houston than in Louisiana and Ft Lauderdale dealers that priced out the same boat. I had no problem to get the boat that I wanted out of state for that much of a price difference.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:46 AM
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Msrp is msrp everywhere. The dealers cost may be adjuster based on orders and volume and such but msrp is msrp. I think the base msrp on mine was 104,610 + options + trailer = 170,600. Things like the big orange motor are over 21k, pro package over 10k, biggest stereo 10k, Galv. trailer with fenders and a spare 9k... There isn't much you can say yes to on the option list that isn't 1500 or so.

MC works in territory's, if you get someone to sell you a boat out of territory they can be penalized by MC if your local dealer complains.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:58 AM
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Laughing at msrp of options listed above. What a joke. But if you're buying 100k ski boat I guess you can justify prices that look like that. Granted I understand nobody pays msrp and its here where the margin can be hidden.... but at some point you gotta call BS. For 10k I'd say they can keep their biggest stereo. And 9k for a trailer. Commmmon. The 21k adder for up size motor is just an insult. I know this happens industry wide so its not just MC here. Not long before the industry implodes on itself. Z line should be interesting. There's a reason 9 out of 10 new wake boats on our lake are axis.. and it looks like moomba is following their example based on recent announcements. Hope z line comes to the table.
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:00 AM
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WOW!!! Do you know what year it was?? 2012 or 2013
Its a 2013. I don't see why you're saying wow, 130k is still mental
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:05 AM
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Laughing at msrp of options listed above. What a joke. But if you're buying 100k ski boat I guess you can justify prices that look like that. Granted I understand nobody pays msrp and its here where the margin can be hidden.... but at some point you gotta call BS. For 10k I'd say they can keep their biggest stereo. And 9k for a trailer. Commmmon. The 21k adder for up size motor is just an insult. I know this happens industry wide so its not just MC here. Not long before the industry implodes on itself. Z line should be interesting. There's a reason 9 out of 10 new wake boats on our lake are axis.. and it looks like moomba is following their example based on recent announcements. Hope z line comes to the table.
I've seen like 2 axis on lake lewisville. Actually I've seen more g23s than axis. I usually only see malibu and mc and cc. Everyone these days can take a morgage out on a boat so prices don't seem to matter any more. Won't see me in a new boat any time soon, because all the electronics are sacks of crap. The price would be reasonable for what you're getting if they worked
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:09 AM
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Based off reading this, it sounds like a budget boat Z line is going to be $100K.... LOL
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