SOURCE: Cruise Canada

September 19, 2007 19:37 ET

RV Sales and Rental Company, Cruise Canada, Announces New "No-Haggle" Pricing Program on Class C Motorhomes for Sale

Featuring a Streamlined Purchase Process and Guaranteed Low Prices, the Program Is Designed to Ease RV Buyers' Minds

MESA, AZ--(Marketwire - September 19, 2007) - RV buyers can say goodbye to complicated pricing and high-pressure sales negotiations on their next motorhome purchase. Cruise Canada, the leader in RV rentals and sales across North America, recently unveiled its new "No-Haggle" pricing program, a simplified sales approach that guarantees all customers receive the best possible price when they purchase one of the company's used RVs for sale.

As part of the No-Haggle program, Cruise Canada has lowered the price on its entire inventory of refurbished Class C RVs for sale at all of its Canadian RV sales locations, including Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Whitehorse. In addition, the new system offers standardized pricing amongst identical RVs with comparable mileage, making it easy to see at a glance how much a motorhome of a particular year, make and model will cost.

"Our customers told us they wanted to avoid the traditional high-pressure sales experience, and we listened," said Mike Smalley, vice president of operations for Cruise Canada. "With our new No-Haggle pricing, customers won't have to run all over town, comparing prices from lot to lot and bartering with salespeople. Instead, they'll be guaranteed the best deal on their RV from day one."

In addition to promising buyers the lowest sales price, the No-Haggle system also makes it easy for customers to shop online from anywhere in Canada, Smalley continued.

"All No-Haggle prices are listed on our Web site, so buyers can shop with confidence right from their homes," he said. "Plus, with our 'Fly 'n Buy' program, customers can purchase their RV from any of our sales centres, no matter where they live. All they need to do is fly in and pick up their RV, and we'll deduct up to $600 in travel expenses from the purchase price."

Current inventory, as well as location information for all of Cruise Canada's RV sales centres, is available online. To participate in the Fly 'n Buy program, customers should contact an RV sales pro.

Cruise Canada's cabover motorhomes are available in compact, standard and large sizes, sleeping from four to seven people and offering a kitchen, bathroom and living area. For vacationers who'd rather rent an RV, Cruise Canada also offers RV rentals in Calgary and five other locations.

Founded in Florida in 1972 and now based in Mesa, Ariz., Cruise Canada is the Canadian arm of Cruise America, the world's largest RV rental and sales company, which employs around 300 full-time employees across North America during peak seasons. Family-owned and operated, Cruise America was founded by Robert Smalley, Sr., and is now led by his sons, CEO Randall Smalley and President Robert Smalley, Jr. Visit www.cruisecanada.com for more information on Canada motorhome vacations or to see current inventory.

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