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Old 06-15-2015, 01:13 PM   #1
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RV buyers guide?

Has anyone used the RV buyers guide,did you find it useful in making a decision,and was it worth the money?

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Old 06-15-2015, 01:33 PM   #2
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We used this one: RV Consumer Group - We Rate RVs. Used their stuff to create my inspection list as well as figuring out what to stay away from and what to look for. Seems most manufacturers have good build days and bad ones, even when they're highly rated overall. Although I wasn't really looking for a Keystone Montana, the unit we found was not only clean and without any blems, it didn't have any structural flaws or problems. After about 20k miles in two and a half years, it's still that way. I've not tried the others, but do highly recommend RV Consumer's Group.

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Old 06-16-2015, 07:35 PM   #3
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We are looking for our next 'A' with the NADA RV Appraisal Guide. I think it's well worth the $100+ for a year's subscription(we are on our second revision...patience, patience). Very nice to see the list, wholesale/trade in and used retail prices of that ever you're looking at. You wouldn't believe the 'value added' that some dealers/owners put on their RVs.

The on line NADA doesn't show w/s trade in, which IMO shows a more realistic value to work with. Anyway, it worked well on our last MH and saved us thousands.
Jan and Bob

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