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Old 01-21-2019, 12:49 AM   #1
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Any experience with La Mesa RV? $85000 for a 2018 Regency XALTA LX MS330 with 48 miles seems very low
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Old 01-21-2019, 02:09 AM   #2
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Which LaMesa? They often add $1000 for dealer prep.
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Old 01-21-2019, 03:25 AM   #3
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Any experience with La Mesa RV? $85000 for a 2018 Regency XALTA LX MS330 with 48 miles seems very low
www.lamesarv.com/2018-Regency- -DN108166
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While I don't care for their custom grille, their price does seem too good given it is nearly 50% off MSRP. It is on a '2016 chassis, so there could be a misprint that it is really a left-over '2017 model. Still, a good deal if true.

The invoice is kind of hard to read, but it looks pretty well loaded out. Built on a premium Mercedes chassis with full safety features and a 3KW Diesel generator (wow).

At that price, if it had the features and layout you like, might be a great deal.
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That paint style looks very... 2004...

Been years since they put the dark stuff along the bottom like that.
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I used La Mesa at St. Lucie, Florida to go over my first ever RV... Roadtrek. They were terrible! Charged an arm and a leg, did not do everything said they had done and kept it for 6 weeks constantly putting me at end of list. NEVER WILL GO BACK AND WILL SPREAD THE WORD. Florida La Mesa is awful.
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Old 01-28-2019, 08:54 AM   #6
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Yes, I have purchased two RVís from La Mesa, one in San Diego, CA and one in La Mesa, AZ. Both were great deals. Also, when I sold the first one, received a fair price as a trade. My only issues with them is they do so much business, it is difficult to get enough attention to go thru the coach properly on purchase. Service appointments are also a challenge, as they always seem extremely busy, with long wait times for appointments. That said, I would buy from them again as offer fantastic deals, with no hidden cost as suggested by others. They buy in high volume and also clearance inventory and sell at lower than average prices.
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We purchased 2018 Xalta from La Mesa, Mesa. Unit was transported from San Diego. Wanted to purchase in Tucson, it wouldnít deal. Regency, a brand we love, has been, significantly discounted. We , too, paid close to price being quoted. Regency has been great to deal with. I agree with earlier poster about volume and PDI, etc. However, my local La Mesa, Tucson, has been great. Considering a Mercedes body, and some nice features like diesel gen, rather than propane, fits our needs. It is on 2016 MB chassis.

When time comes - Years from now - if MB ever puts in decent nav system, I would do business with Regency and La Mesa again.
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We purchased 2018 Xalta from La Mesa, Mesa. Unit was transported from San Diego. Wanted to purchase in Tucson, it wouldnít deal. Regency, a brand we love, has been, significantly discounted. We , too, paid close to price being quoted. Regency has been great to deal with. I agree with earlier poster about volume and PDI, etc. However, my local La Mesa, Tucson, has been great. Considering a Mercedes body, and some nice features like diesel gen, rather than propane, fits our needs. It is on 2016 MB chassis.

When time comes - Years from now - if MB ever puts in decent nav system, I would do business with Regency and La Mesa again.
Welcome to the forum 2blacklabs!

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