How To Find an Affordably Priced RV
It's a lot easier than you think!
There is an RV for every budget and every need. I have seen everything from solo women to large families in tiny homes on wheels. Naturally, the cost plays a significant role in the RV you buy. How do you ensure you get the best value for your budget?
Most of us would love to have $1.5 million we could just blow on offroad rigs, but typically, full-time budgets are in the $5,000 to $250,000 range. Here's how you can ensure you fall within that range and as close to the lower end as possible.
What Are Some Features That Affect RV Prices?
If you're new to buying an RV, you probably think that size will be the determining factor. It is, but not the way you think. Class A motorhomes are the large tour-bus-styled RVs you see on the road. You probably think these are the most expensive ones to own.
But, no. That title goes to small and medium-sized RVs because convenience is the hottest commodity in the modern world. The cost per square foot is insanely high. Here are some examples:
Small motorhomes on a truck chassis
There are semi-truck RVs that Middle Eastern princes commission for millions of dollars. Those are the overlanding monsters of travel. But I doubt any princes are reading this and wondering how to find an affordable camper, so we can skip those!
Here are some additional factors that affect RV prices: