If you were offered a great price today for your RV would you sell it?

What if someone you know and trust offered you a great price for your RV? Would you take it? Or do you enjoy it so much you’d pass? You know. . . good money is good money, right? What would you do? 
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36 Thoughts to “If you were offered a great price today for your RV would you sell it?”

  1. Luanne

    We have an 05 Chinook Concourse. It is high end, self contained, no slides, easy to drive and park. This was our first rv after years of boating on rivers and lakes. This will be our last rv as we just love it. It is plenty for us and our pug named George who thinks it great to share his “crate” with us. We keep it serviced, stocked and ready to go.

  2. Barry

    I think you would have gotten a very different response to your polls if it had been worded…Would you sell your RV for market value or SLIGHTLY above?
    I love your polls!!

  3. Bill T

    After finishing all the custom upgrades and mods and getting rid of all that factory installed crap. No way. We bought ours for the initial floor plan layout that we could use and then customized it from there.

  4. Tommy Molnar

    Wouldn’t even consider selling our 2012 Arctic Fox unless we were having to quit RV’ing altogether for some reason. It’s all set up for traveling the way we like to travel (boondocking), with tons of upgraded stuff that doesn’t ever come stock.

    No amount of money would tempt us. Like another poster mentioned, what would we do THEN? Buy something else and take a chance on today’s shoddy construction reputations?

  5. Rick Stephenson

    No! It is a 2016 model. Finally got everything fixed on it. Want to see what it would be like to go one camping season and have everything work like it is supposed to.

  6. Chuck B.

    We have a 94 Avion 36 ft 5er and a 99 National Dolphin 35 ft Class A. If I sold either one what would I replace it with? The junk they build now? I think not.

  7. Al & Sharon

    I didn’t respond to the poll. I am so confused as to why someone “I know and trusted”would just make an offer for my RV. Much less a “great offer” for my RV. It really doesn’t make sense. If you are really asking if I am really attached to my RV and really don’t want to sell it, then ask that question.

    1. Tommy Molnar

      I think this is more of a hypothetical question, not one you can expect to get.

    2. Chuck Woodbury

      Oh, come on, Al. . . lighten up. The way we asked the question was far more revealing than the way you phrased your idea of the way we should have asked it.

  8. Mike

    Done it before, would do it again. The Beaver is an exquisite coach , but it’s time for a new project…

  9. Beverley

    Yes but only to turn around and buy a newer one.

  10. Gene Bjerke

    Only if someone made a ridiculously high offer (unlikely). We really like the one we have, even if we owe more than we can afford. We’ll keep running it until the wheels fall off.

  11. Pat

    Of course we would sell, but it would have to be an amazing offer and cash. We have a 94 Mallard TT that we are in love with. We shopped for months and knew that this was the one for us at first sight. We would not trade this TT for a new one, it’s so much more well built!! All the horror stories about the new ones makes us so happy we bought an older one.

    1. Onwego

      A ’94 Mallard? That brings back memories. Never let that one go.


    Way too many factors to make that decision, well at least for us .

  13. Harold Bagdonas

    We have a 30 Ft. Cardinal with many adds on. It is 2002 with 74,000 miles, hubometer on it. We live in an area where more than 7000 homes, business burned in October. I have had a half dozen people stop and ask if I would sell it. Not likely. Getting ready for a trip back east. It is our 4th RV and the best one to say the least.

  14. mr.great deal

    2005 Pleasure Way,Ford V10 triton,wide body,would let it go for $37,000,runs great!!

  15. Captn John

    Just bought this 43′ 5er 7 months ago. Check with me in 18 – 24 months. I’ll be 71 then and may consider another new DP then.

  16. Chuck Baldwin

    We have a 31ft gasser. I’d sell and upgrade top a slightly used 34-37 ft. diesel.
    Not new, but preferably one with some handling improvements and Sat.

  17. Catherine

    Mine is 55 years old, in great shape and done to my taste. It’s considered a classic, so no.

  18. Roger Brett

    We have reached the age of giving up RVing and poor health is fast making us consider the option of selling our fully loaded 08 43ft. Monaco Dynasty double axle Cummins diesel at a fair price. The wife prefers River cruises to travelling South to Arizona. We have enjoyed our 46,000 miles of travelling to Southern Arizona but time is catching up with us.

    1. Bill Smioth

      Send me some more info and a price

  19. J. Cherry

    Anything is for sale if the price is right.

  20. Booneyrat

    Try and find anyone to pay what you need out of your RV..most people are upside down in an RV loan or are so proud of what they own no sane buyer would pay their asking price.As for poor quality new coaches and trailers..buyer beware as the greed has taken over from common sense at most any dealer.

  21. Gary Glenn

    Sure would. Sell a Country Coach and buy a Prevost

  22. Dick and Sandy

    I guess we got lucky. In 2007 we caught our local dealer being bought out by Camping World. And Camping World was doing all they could to sell all my dealers inventory that was on their floor plan. They had a new 2007 Gas Class A, bath and a half, washer/dryer, option after option with an MSRP of $166,000 on sale for $144,000. We had an old 1997 to trade that my dealer had serviced and knew its condition, and negotiated a $100,000 out the door price with satellite, awnings, you name it. Some 7 years later in the winter of 2014, we ordered a 2015 40 foot diesel Class A, bath and a half, stacked washer/dryer, satellite, awnings, option after option, and negotiated our 2007 Gas Trade in at $96,000 after 7 years and almost 60,000 miles. No, we did not steal anything. We got a good deal on our new diesel unit and a great trade in price for our 2007 rig. Know what you want, do your homework, there are good deals out there.

  23. Jim Pender

    I have a 2007 Teton 5th wheel in FL I no longer use and am eager to sell it. Jim pender

  24. Thomas Kainz

    If the offer was extremity high( not likely). I might consider but then again all my add ones would have to be redone so really probably not!

  25. Wayne Caldwell

    Ours is a 2001 CrossRoads travel trailer in outstanding condition and with several “accessories” that we got about a year and a half ago for a fantastic price. Reading about all of the problems and recalls associated with the newer RVs and seeing the prices, ain’t no way we will sell ours.

  26. Wynn Jones

    Ours is in super shape after 10 years with 40K miles and we are ready to rent condo rather than support the RV and dues for campgrounds.

  27. Bill Klaes

    Interesting… so far no one said, “sure I’d sell and then go buy a shiny new one.”

  28. Sue

    Even though we aren’t traveling as much in our 8-year old Cameo 5th wheel right now, it’s paid for and almost perfect for us. We doubt we could find a new RV as well made as this one at any price. Someone would have to offer a large sum for us to give it up!

  29. bloom

    We no longer have the need for our four wheel drive class C and for the right price I could also downsize to something newer…

  30. Mary Ann

    Probably not because our Winnebago suits us very well. Just finished putting in an upgrade and are ready for a long trip. After attending recent RVshow, we felt there was nothing better than what we have.

  31. Art

    At my age and state of health, I would give it serious consideration.

  32. Neil Glenn

    As I wish to down-size, I would gladly sell my Class C Winne for a good price. I would then buy a smaller RV, like a travel trailer to tow behind my Jeep Grand Cherokee!

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