Buying a new RV assures you of fewer problems and also usually gives you some type of manufacturer’s warranty. But RVs generally depreciate very quickly, and some RV owners tend to give up RVing quickly. These RVs can be on a fire sale.
That’s why used RVs, bought the Money Matters RV Guide way, may be a very smart buy: You’ve let the other person pay for the depreciation. Bought right and thoroughly checked out, a used RV can enable you to get more RV for your money.
Unlike new RVs, it’s also pretty easy to determine the general wholesale and retail values of a used RV. NADA guides for RVs, available online and in the bookstore, can help you with that.
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