Originally Posted by wyldwood
I'm looking at a 2007 Layton Skyline 151, single axle T trailer that's being auctioned of next weekend. Is there any concerns with this brand of trailer or with the year.
Skyline is a reputable manufacturer of RV trailers. Their marketing is wierd in that they have four identical brands, all with the same model numbers. Layton, Nomad, Aljo, and Mountain View. They also had the Koala brand that is very similar to the quadruplicate brands. The Koala brand is no longer on their website, so I suspect they dropped it. Ignore the "Aljo" in the URL below. If you click on it, you'll be in the Layton part of the Skyline website.
Aljo | Skyline Recreational Vehicles
I bought a new 2012 Skyline Nomad 196S Joey in February. We drug it on a 4,000 mile road trip over Memorial Day weekend, then on another 750-mile road trip in July. So far it's a wonderful little TT, and I would buy another Skyline if I needed another RV trailer.
What should I pay for something this small and in this year.
NADAGuides publishes used RV prices in their "Blue Book", which is not blue but is yellow with blue writing. However when looking for 2007 Skyline Layton 151, it's not on their website. None of the Skyline single-axle TTs are there, for some reason. So I'd probably use the smallest 2007 Layton that was listed, the Retro 171, then subtract some because it's not as small as that 151 and it has two axles.
2007 Layton Travel Trailer/5th Wheel Prices, Values & Specs - NADAguides