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jhoward
02-14-2011, 06:34 PM
hey guys i posted this on general topics, but here it is again. I would like to know if this is a good price for the options. Moomba outback 2010 new. Has tower mirrow and wake board racks, pop up cleats, front and cockpit covers, color upgrade E package. the price is 34,000. is this good price. This will be my first moomba. so either a good price or i will try to find better deal.thanks

gcombe74
02-14-2011, 06:42 PM
depends on your market... what does it book out at? and what are comparable ones in that area going for?

jhoward
02-14-2011, 06:46 PM
it list for 39,199. i have found another new 2010 that i just called on and was told 33.500. but we really love the color of the 34,000 one and we live in SC. thanks Would love to have feed back please.

moombadaze
02-14-2011, 08:01 PM
500 is worth it to me to have the colors i want, afterall do you want to look this boat for the next 5-10 years and go "dang wish I didnt cheap out and get this one" or " man Im glad I shelled out the xtra 500 for this one and love it".

maxpower220
02-14-2011, 10:07 PM
hey guys i posted this on general topics, but here it is again. I would like to know if this is a good price for the options. Moomba outback 2010 new. Has tower mirrow and wake board racks, pop up cleats, front and cockpit covers, color upgrade E package. the price is 34,000. is this good price. This will be my first moomba. so either a good price or i will try to find better deal.thanks

What else does it have? Radio, wake plate, cruise/Perfect Pass, cover, bimini, etc.

Depending on everything else, that is an OK price. First, it is a year old, so you always lose value when you drive off of the lot, but 2 yrs old will lose more. However, it is new. I would check out a 2011 that you order and compare the price. With "boat show specials" you MAY find that you can order the exact boat you want for close to the same money. I compared 07 new models and wound up ordering an 08. For many reasons, I am glad that I did.

IMO, don't get a radio in the boat. First, you can get the same (or better) equipment from ebay or somewhere for a lot less than what S.C. charges. Also, look at the posts here, most people "upgrade" all of that stock stuff anyway. It goes along the theme of get what you want.