What to Consider When Upgrading to a New RV
Did you recently sell your first RV? Before you go out and purchase a new RV that fits your lifestyle, here are key points to consider.
According to an article at rvt.com, “The Difference in RV’s”
“In certain RV classes, space and power restrictions may limit the buyer’s choice of features and amenities. For example, because of their comparatively small size, truck campers are more likely to offer a bar-size fridge and two-burner cooktop than a full-size refrigerator and standard 4-burner oven/range, features that are standard in more spacious motorhomes and travel trailers. However, despite size or weight restrictions, RV shoppers will find an enticingly wide range of features in every RV class.
Given the option and budget, RV buyers will find that the following features will both increase their own enjoyment of their next recreational vehicle and be good selling points when they put their RV on the market:
Convenience is the biggest selling point. People purchase RVs to travel and relax. Automated and remote control features sell. Look for RVs with automatic levelers, push-button slides, remote-controlled awnings and other features that reduce the effort it takes to set up camp or maneuver the vehicle.
Because it is always at a premium, space and storage are big sellers. Slides, closets, cupboards, shelves, built-ins and under-rig storage compartments are always in demand.
If available, choose full-size appliances. Today’s RVers are looking for a home-like experience. Kitchens with full-size appliances, laundry areas with a washer/dryer, large bathrooms with full-size showers, and roomy master bedrooms with walk-in closets are high on RV shoppers’ must-have lists.” To read the entire article click here.