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Old 02-18-2012, 05:19 PM   #15
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I don't think you can trust NADA to accurately value a motor home. It doesn't even take into consideration the miles on the engine. Miles is a HUGE factor in determining the value of any motor vehicle! Just look at the cost for a rebuilt motor for your motorhome and you will quickly find that out.
NADA does consider mileage for gasoline-powered RVs; it doesn't consider it a relevant factor for diesel-powered MH's because the on-highway truck engines used in most DP's are built to last hundreds of thousands of miles. Most RVers won't live long enough to wear out an engine.
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I just finished printing a NADA listing on my 1999 Pace Arrow 37S with 11,500 miles that I purchased last August. It adds $8,000.00 for low miles with a top value listed as $36,000.00. I know no one would pay this much for it. I was getting an estimate for insurance, which came back at half of what I'm paying for my current policy. It asked for what I hought was current value, so I entered $35,000. It thought this was too high. Go figure. Eddie Elk.
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In our experience last year, virtually all RVs were selling at or below Low Retail, regardless of condition. The low retail for your MH is ~$23k without an adjustment for mileage. That's probably a lot more in line with reality. I think the disconnect is trying to apply such a large mileage adjustment on a unit that old.
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