What year is that sweet spot?
We had a 40' 2006 Phaeton, and we loved it, BUT every time we stopped, something else would go wrong.
Now TBH, 95% of the time I could fix it, but it drove my wife crazy. One time a furnace failed, next a fuse was blown, then we had overheating problems, etc.
So we sold it due to the fact we knew we couldn't use it the last half of this year due to some family issues, and because there was still lots we couldn't see because of all the covid issues.
We decided that we will buy another unit, early (?) next year, (assuming the country isn't still on lockdown) and want a newer version of what we had before, or passible a little smaller, like a Tiffin Allegro RED.
OF course I want the newest coach we can afford, and she wants the cheapest coach we can find that's reliable.
Do you guys have any thoughts on how old of a unit we should be looking at? I want a 2015 to 16, and she wants to spend only $120K.
We both can compromise up and down, but I'm just looking for some input on maybe where we could get the best bang for the buck compromising age VS. cost.
2014 Tiffin Phaeton 40 AH This one will be the last rig.
2006 Tiffin Phaeton 40QDH "Our first RV, and hopefully the last"