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2013 Coachmen Pursuit, Solar, Inverter, Sat., boondock ready, kept Inside!
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1 258 Sun March 10, 2019
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$39,995.00 None Excellent

Buy a near new RV with the depreciation already paid (by us)!

300w of solar panels. Each mounted on 6 wide, flat mounts, with easily removed tabs for lifting off panel without disturbing sealed mounts. MPPT controller with remote inside. Can set charge voltage, shows amps, panel volts, etc. Battery compartment has resettable circuit breaker for solar controller and panels have inline fuses.

Pure sine wave inverter, 1000w, watch tv in a parking lot while waiting for the wife to finish shopping, while solar panel recharges batteries.

In motion satellite tv dome, just press a button and it finds the satellites for DIRECTV or DISH, can preset for either. Just bring an extra receiver from home on your trip, and non drivers can watch while driving, too.

Power transfer relay installed, so that you can switch to generator without opening a bay and plugging in to the gen output. Generator also has fuel cut off valve, so that at the end of your trip, you run the gas out of the carb, drastically reducing your chances of carb problems next time.

Hitch was professionally reinforced and certified (by the modifier) for 7,000 pounds, 700 lbs tongue weight. This was done to increase the margin, in case my trailer (only used twice) had more than 500 lbs tongue weight loaded a certain way. I like having margins. Some people reading this might say, “No way you could use all of that weight because of the gross combined vehicle weight (GCVW) limit”. Actually, with this light motorhome, in the area of 14,xxx lbs, and a gross weight of 18,000 lbs, plus a GCVW of 23,000 lbs, you could fill the water tank, the gas tank, put in over 1,000 lbs of 'stuff' and still pull 7,000 lbs under the GCVW! Or pull any car or pickup truck and carry full tanks, people, and well over a ton of 'stuff'. The bigger RV's can't march up the hills like this one, or turn the corners like this, or do a 3 point turn around on a 2 lane road like this one, plus they are much more weight limited in the payload. You can pass any diesel you want going up a mountain road, too.

Power cable has been upgraded with twist-lock connector, meaning you hook up to the outside of the compartment, not through a sort-of-kinda-covered plastic door that lets insects and whatever crawl in.

Dump valve goes to a clear section, then down through a sealed opening to a quick disconnect outside. No loosely covered plastic hole to let insects climb up through. Plus, the sewer hose disconnects mate to each other, allowing the sewer hose to be totally closed, watertight, in storage.

Black tank has a tornado rinse installed, allowing a swirling action to clean and rinse the tank.

All 3 tanks have the See Level gauges mounted. They are mounted on the OUTSIDE of the tanks, and don't get finicky like the button sensors normally on rv's. (Those were left installed just in case) With See Level, you get the amount in %, such as 28%, which is SO much more useful than just seeing 1/3 full for a long time, then suddenly, 'empty'. Makes it super easy to prefill your black tank from inside the coach. You turn on the water in the bathroom sink, watch the See Level panel, and it's easy to watch the % increase. Boondockers watch their water carefully, and this is a MUST for better knowing your tank levels. They should be standard on all rv's but never are. The standard ones stop working reliably due to the button sensors getting slightly fouled, so you will read thousands of stories of what to put in your tanks to make the sensors work again, and then you'll only know the three levels: somewhere between empty and 1/3, somewhere between 1/3 and 2/3, and somewhere between 2/3 and full.

Pull down bed over front with a switch. Even if you don't have anybody sleeping there, it makes a convenient place to park things while at camp, by just bringing it down a foot or so. A good place to store the included solar reflective, insulated window covers (in case you stay in 110 degree desert like we did once!).

3 way cameras for lane changes, backing up, or just watching towed vehicle.

Printed details of electrical fuses and relays, with electrical notes.

Brake controller installed for pulling trailer

Swing around captain's chairs up front (you have to simply move the shoulder belt as you rotate the seats

Heated remote mirrors

Azdel panels (no water damage) over a metal frame means no delaminations or mold/rot if a window were left open in the rain or whatever.

Push button hydraulic levelers. We can completely set up in less than 5 minutes, with all hookups, Manually leveling is quickest, but you can do the one push button auto leveling, if you want.

Upgraded shower head with multiple settings, ideal for low flow, but comfortable showers

All locks on baggage compartments upgraded to high security round key, all keyed alike

Electric awning in perfect shape

Interior lights switched to LED's to save power, better for boondocking. (original bulbs are included)

2 slideouts with awnings for protection

2 'fantastic fans' installed instead of cheap stock ones, with rain covers, and a thermostat in bedroom.

Double hanging wardrobes, lots of storage below them and over bed

Kitchen with double sink, pull out spray faucet, 3 burner range, gas stove, microwave, gas/electric fridge, gas hot water. Our propane was only refilled once, because you need so little to run normally

Double recliners (or you can choose to have original jacknife sofa instead (off-white, new condition).

Wiring in place from dash to rear bumper to use as extra camera wiring, or security sensors or whatever.

Rear skirt added to protect towed vehicle from debris thrown up, or rain spray

Service manual included with sale!

This motorhome has been kept inside a building with a concrete floor. No sun on the tires, other than the short outings. Generator only has 51 hours, but has regularly been run, as has motorhome, so starts right up. Never been in snow or salt, or smoked in. It is in better condition than when we picked it up as new. Many improvements and upgrades to make it the most practical motorhome.

This size is perfect, because you have lots of storage underneath, but a short enough wheelbase to go in any parking lot or gas station without worry. It is much cheaper to operate than a diesel, and at this price, you can't lose. If you choose the jacknife sofa instead of the recliners, there would be 4 beds: Queen master, dinette, sofa, pull down bed. There is an ideal place to put a flat screen tv next to the power plug if you want to watch tv under the awning.

We normally carry folding bikes underneath, an inflatable kayak with paddles and safety equipment, and an inflatable boat with outboard motor in the back compartment, as well as tools, lounge chairs, tables, BBQ, firewood, air compressor, motorcycle ramp, and have never run out of room.

If you've read this far, you can see that this is going to be a great buy. I think it is nearly perfect. There are only 2 cosmetic flaws: scratch on the outside (branch, but you can't even see it unless I point it out to you up close) which is not through the paint. Inside, the captain's chairs and part of the dinette cushion have cosmetic flaws/flaked sections. The cost of an ENTIRE furniture replacement, and more, is built into the price reduction below blue book, even though it is perfectly functional as is. A reupholster would be the most cost effective solution. Since even the $300,000 diesel coaches use this 'pleather', I would go fabric, but it's your call.

This is the nicest, most practical, best value, well protected motorhome you'll find. The size, light weight, rotproof wall panels, metal frame and proven chassis make it a very good choice. We have seen 5th wheel expensive trailers turned into total losses from water intrusion alone, due to their construction.

We're not looking for top dollar, but we want a quick sale to people who will appreciate it. Buy this, with everything working, keep up with the little things that come up on any road going RV, and you'll be so far ahead of most RV owners.


Year: 2013
Make and model: Coachmen Pursuit
Length: 31
Number of slides: 2
Miles on Odometer: 26263
Location of Motorhome: Central Florida
Fuel Type Gas
Type of Sale Private

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Registered: January 2016
Posts: 4
Comment Date: Sun March 10, 2019
Sounds like a nice deal , why are you selling ? Also wondering where the best place to finance a motorhome such as yours - Banks and Credit Union not an option , thought I had a good idea with Costco - but they no longer offer financing for RVs. What frame and powerplant? Any warranties on drivetrain or extended?
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