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Old 04-18-2013, 04:38 PM   #1
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Resale Value

We are taking one last trip in our Winnebago Adventurer this summer and selling it, not trading it in. Very clean, 3 slides, new tires, full body paint, 36' and so on, a very nice 2007 coach . My question to you is this, how much resale value do we give up if we end up over 50,000 miles? Our trip will put us at about 52,000 when we get back home and several people (individuals and dealers) have told us that over 50k miles could be costly??????????

We appreciate any help.

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Welcome to IRV2. Personally , 50 or 52,000 wouldn't change my opinion , but maybe the industry looks at it differently.
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If you check around on line, you will find that identical models sell for about the same amount even with different odometer readings. Price seems to be more about age than mileage.

Go have your trip and enjoy it while you can.
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