I've always heard that Dealers Low Ball you when dealing/trading in a pop-up. But they didn't in my case, so I'm curious what others have got when trading-in. Last February (right before Covid) I saw a dream HW that I wanted at a Dealership. They were a full sized trailer dealer & had this one pop-up for sale from a trade-in. I owned a 2007 Fleetwood Westlake (13 years old at the time) I had bought it 11 years prior for $6000, I'm confident that I could have listed & sold it for $5000. But would have been super happy to trade it in with the Dealer or sell to a family/friend for $4000, if it meant not dealing with set-up (it's Winter) Craigslist flakes & scams, figuring out a transaction of a couple grand and I needed the cash from the Westlake to help fund the HW, so timing needed to work. I didn't think to ask the Dealer for a Trade-In price as I have always heard that they give you next to nothing. So I was stunned when the Dealer asked me over the phone how much I wanted for the Westlake, then agreed to give me my $4000 (site unseen!) as Trade-In. It all worked perfectly, I towed the Westlake to the Dealer (a little sad leaving it there, I have to admit) & towed the HW home! Does anyone else have some positive stories of Trading-in? Is the Dealer low-ball offer actually a thing or just a myth? Is my experience rare? Please share your story, good & bad.