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Old 10-01-2011, 10:20 AM   #1
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Factoring slides into NADA values

Am looking at the spec sheet for the 1999 American Eagle. The floor plans show one slide in the living room/kitchen, but the spec sheet lists a second slide in the bedroom as standard on the EVS. I'm interested in the two-slide EVS, but they appear to be few/far between.

Does NADA factor in the second slide in determining low/average values? Should there be a monetary offset for the second slide?

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The NADA value includes all features and equipment that were standard on the model of interest. Only those items that were options or after sale additions should be checked in the options boxes. Sellers and even dealers often check standard features to help pump up the price, buyer beware.
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If you find an NADA entry for the EVS floor plan, it will include the slides that are standard in that floor plan. If you are looking at an entry for another model/floor plan, then all bets are off and not just because of the extra slide. It's a different model.

But the short answer is yes, an extra slide is worth more money (all other things being equal, of course)..
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