Depends on where you live. Around here snowblowers, new or used, don't sell easily as we often don't get enough snow to warrant their purchase. The machine I have the dealer had to bring in from out of province and I only have one because I'm getting old with a bad back and don't want to shovel the drift that can sometimes build up in front of the garage doors. A leaf blower is usually good enough.Anyone else having luck selling this year?
Except for the Rockys to the west the southern 1/4 of Alberta is pretty much all semi-arid grassland with not much rain or snowfall. If it wasn't for the irrigation canals it would be mostly ranch land. Cacti and rattlesnakes are found in areas that have never been tilled. A couple months ago a rattler tried to make a winter den under my front step. You don't see them much but they are around.I, live in N.W. Ohio. About 60 mi. south of Cleveland. That put me South of most lake (Erie) effect snow. Our worst snow comes from the West or S. West. That really suprises me you do not get much up in Alberta.
That would have really irked me. offering half your asking price. glad you said no. the most i have ever discounted is 50 . I do a lot of work on these machines .I listed the Ariens today and had a guy come out and look at the machine and he was impressed, but did not like my asking price of $400 bucks. He pulled out $200 and I said no and he left without a blower. I did show him 2 others that were cheaper but he wanted an Ariens. At least he has good taste.