I was thinking and wanted to throw this out there .In 2013 the base price for our 19 was 24,000. Then we received 1000. off the base price for winter sale ,which then was 23,000. We added about another 6000+ In extra's . At the time we ended up with our front box being free due to the exchange at the time . We felt very lucky .We had been looking for more then 2 years and finally found Escape trailers . I see today base is 26,600 and many extra's have had to have a raise in-price . Very understandable . Reace has to buy his supplies whatever that costs .He has to pay his employee's the same or more . Maybe take on more , expand his company etc. All I can say we felt so lucky to find Escape . We are watching the company selling lots of trailer's . We only had to wait 4 month's total . Now it's over a year . Wow . We don't feel any regret for paying more for our trailer . By rights Escape should be making more money not less for all Escape's effort's . Not having to work harder and longer . We hope Canada's economy starts changing for the better . It's great to get so much more for our money but the exchange rate is getting a little ridiculous now . Maybe is this why the 15's are gone ? It has been said the larger trailers are easier to build . We want Escape to keep building their trailers . For the price range and what you are getting for our money - no one can compare . We want Escape to always be there and succeed . Pat
I'd like to see them around for a long time to come as well. Right now with the favorable USD/CAD exchange rate, I believe Escapes are the biggest bargain in RVs for US buyers, and still the best for the money for everyone else.
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