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Ferrari taking lessons from RV industry

skipnchar
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Explorer
The common practice of having "forced options" for which the customer pay extra is not being used by Ferrari (with a small difference). They are not QUITE forcing the options but if you don't order them you can't get special 'deals' on the vehicles.
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2007 Rockwood 8314SS 34' travel trailer

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tsetsaf
Explorer III
Explorer III
downtheroad wrote:
Come on Skip. What, "forced options," in the RV industry are you talking about...You mean something like this in the bedroom....:@



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camperforlife
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Explorer
Ferrari made me so made by forcing this I only ordered one instead of the three that I originally wanted.:(

Fiverwheel
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Explorer
dan-nickie wrote:
And this affects us how? 🙂


After you're in the box...you're locked in. In which case, you used to be Pharaoh!
2006 34' Monaco Cayman

dan-nickie
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Explorer
And this affects us how? 🙂
Dan and Nickie
2014 Forest River Berkshire 390RB

buta4
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Explorer
downtheroad wrote:
Come on Skip. What, "forced options," in the RV industry are you talking about...You mean something like this in the bedroom....:@




What? Haven't you seen the "Mandatory Options" lists?
2 each, Seats
1 each, Table
Etc.

😉
Ray

downtheroad
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Explorer
Come on Skip. What, "forced options," in the RV industry are you talking about...You mean something like this in the bedroom....:@

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SCVJeff
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A special deal on a Ferarri?
Sign me up !
Jeff - WA6EQU
'06 Itasca Meridian 34H, CAT C7/350