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i'm looking to pick up a new waverunner soon. i'm wondering if prices are generally lower during the winter or if it doesn't matter what time of year if you're buying from a dealer?
 

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is that for new or only used?
i'm looking to probably get a new yamaha and there's a dealer near my house and i was wondering if i should go soon like in the winter if the prices were lower. otherwise, i might just wait until early spring.
 

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I don't know where you live, but if your dealer also sells skimobiles along with PWCs, he's gonna need to be making some space real soon for the new sleds.

Make him an offer he can't refuse. If he won't budge on price, see what you can get thrown in for free(trailer,cover, cases of oil, extended warranty)and then hit him on the price again.
 

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is that for new or only used?
i'm looking to probably get a new yamaha and there's a dealer near my house and i was wondering if i should go soon like in the winter if the prices were lower. otherwise, i might just wait until early spring.
NEW AND USED
 

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I looked around all last winter and as far as new or used from a dealer they wont give any better price in the winter (at least the ones in Atlanta wouldnt) most seemed very agitated that anyone would even suggest such a thing. I reckon they charge enough in the spring / summer to have low sales in the winter (where they ream you on any maintenance that people bring in)

It is a pain in the ass, but you can really find such a better deal on a fairly new model through boattrader and such.
 
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