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Old 12-09-2014, 08:44 PM   #1
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I have been shopping for my 1st MH. We plan on geing full timers.I have looked at used prevost 2000-2003.My question is at this age am I in for alot of costly repairs .

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Top of the line. Most RV's don't spend much time on the road and have very low mileage. The engine in this should last more than 500,000 miles, more then you could ever put on it.You don't say much about it on your post.

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I have seen a lot of high mileage top-of-the-line RV's. My observation is that they are very well cared for or totally neglected. Your mission will be to see which category your prospective unit fits. Good luck.
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One comment about Prevost that I have read multiple times is that they are like a Mercedes--great vehicles but expensive to maintain and repair. I have no first hand knowledge of them but I'd want to make sure I knew what I was getting into.
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Sign up to Prevost Community (forum) They have all the answers you'll ever need.
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