Best Used RV Motorhome

Best Used RV Motorhome

by Mark
(Littleton, Colorado)

I am going to become a full time RVer real soon. I really need to know the best used diesel pusher motor home that I can buy. One that is built and holds up good and will not fall apart when I first drive it. I really need to know ASAP and a motorhome that is 36 to 39 feet and that has a lot to it like pull outs and a washer dryer combo and so on. I have always wanted to be a full time RVer and soon I will be doing it but really need to know what motorhome companies have the best used RV's and that are built to last with not always problems and hold up so well even used.

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Dec 12, 2011
The Right RV
by: Ted from WA State

The best bet out there is a Bus. They are built to last a million miles and keep on going. gGt a good Diesel mechanic to check it out and your troubles are more or less over if you take care of it. There are factory built ones 10 to 20 years old that will last you the rest of your life, whats more, they will still be running well when all those others are in the junk yard. Good luck!

May 29, 2011
by: Linda H

I think all of the decisions is a matter of personal tastes.

That being said we bought a 2006 Expedition used in 2006, so we didn't take the huge hit on depreciation. We do have a combo W/D, Spendide & I wouldn't be without it. We are able to get more than what has been mentioned per load. We have looked at many other coaches over the past 5 years and the only one we've found that we like better are the Tiffins. There is nothing I would change on ours.

Good luck & have fun.

May 28, 2011
Used RV, Washer and Dryer
by: Julia

I agree with Anonymous. I still have the washer and dryer, same brand only washes 1 sheet, 1 pillow case, 2 pair of underwear. Now if you can find a used RV with the stackables which are full size, that would be a dream come true.

May 28, 2011
by: Anonymous

Go with a brand that is still in business.

As for a washer/dryer...forget. I had one, a Dominic. One pair of pants, 2 pair of underwear, and 4 socks. Accept the fact you are going to go to a laundromat. I took mine out and built retracting shelves for my computer station. Better deal.

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