4 Websites to Find Used RVs and Parts

where to buy an RV

Thinking about buying a RV but don’t know where to start? Some online research beforehand will help you decide what type of RV you are interesting in buying and what types of features you want. Plus you will get to avoid having an RV salesman push you into making a decision you aren’t ready to make yet and overcharging you in the process. While might be able to score a great deal at a RV dealership, here are 4 website you find and price check used RVs in your area.

Craigslist

RVs and Camp has it’s own category under the For Sale section on Craigslist. The possibilities are endless on what you might find. We’ve seen Used RVs, Trailer Trailers, Campers, Motorhomes, Golf Carts, and RV parts and accessories. Plus you might also find listings for RV campgrounds, RV mechanics/repairmen, RV restoration/renovation services,  and RV storage in the area.

Ebay Classifieds

Find local used RV and Motorhomes in your area with Ebay Classifieds. You won’t find as many RV parts and accessories here, but you might be able to find a great deal on a used RV or Travel Trailer. We have noticed though that a lot of the listings are created by local RV salesmen, but you might be able to get them give you a great deal on a Used RV. Plus you’ll be able to apply for a RV loan instead of having to pay for the unit in cash.

RVTrader

As the name would suggest, this is the place to go if you are looking to buy or sell an RV. We really how the search feature is set up to let you choose what type of unit you are looking for. You can then set search terms, price, and how far you are willing to travel to look at the unit. You can also create an account to save your searches.

RVT

RVT has a great selection of new and used RVs from dealers and owners. Be sure to check out their price checker feature to make sure you are getting a good deal. They also have additional resources like RV reviews, Tips on buying an RV, finding RV campgrounds, and other helpful information to help get you started.

The RV buying process can be overwhelming if you aren’t prepared.  We hope these sites help you figure out what type of RV you want and find a great deal on your RV or Travel Trailer.

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