In each case with the FL 6% sales tax they are a little over $1,000 in fees on each scenario! This is NOT what Sea Doo meant to do with this Spark Model and I really hope they read some of these Forums?seems beyond TTL theres a high "pack" of freight/assembly/doc fees on those prices?? $1300~ upward..hmmm a Breakdown?
$889 vice $1000~ ok not over a "K" in add on fees but, pure profit (greed)) on the dealer's part, it's legal and your right to charge whatever you can get but, nobody said it was "reasonable"...I'm not over a 1000 in fees :
Break downs 395 +295. Freight prep. And we have a dealer fee of 199 which puts you at 889 . The rest is Florida tax and reg
...Since last century I've bought my new cars "online negotiating" and all were at/below the mangfacturers invoice and I got all rebates/program credit.The process consisted of two visits totaling about 90 minutes to deliever a deposit/talk teh order and then delivery/paperwork, nice, neat, fast and both sides felt treated well!My thought is BRP makes their money. The dealer doesn't make much I think on each sale of the actual product but makes money on the extras like set-up fees, service, accessories, warranties etc. That's why my salesman pushed the fully accessorized Spark at first but when I said I wanted just plain 60s his enthusiasm slacked. Still did the deal. Just exp was very low key, nothing like a car buying experience where it's like boiler room negotiation time.
Having lived in many states the set-up fees vary as much as the labor rates do based on location.