The first step when determing a motorhome's value is to find the base value.
It is most important to have the correct year, make, model and trim options for the motorhome.
Then adjust this amount up or down based on the following variables:
The blue book values provided by NADA Guides for recreational vehicles are based on good condition.
The value you determine should be adjusted up or down based on better or worse condition such as excellent, fair or poor.
Average mileage is considered 15,000 miles for the first year and 10,000 miles each additional year. The value should be adjusted up or down if more or less mileage.
The base value is determined by including standard equipment. Any optional equipment included should be added to the value.
Cost of transporting the motorhome from seller to buyer should be included when comparing the real cost of motorhomes if you are considering a purchase.