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dodge guy

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Posted: 08/04/20 09:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ejraste wrote:

I am in the middle of looking for our first TT. We will be using it for smaller weekend trips and probably a long 7- 10 day trip once a year. Our goal is to find a seasonal spot to keep trailer on site and then pull off when we want to explore somewhere for the once a year trip. we definitely want one that has the actual bunk room as I have two small children. I'm currently looking at a 33' 2021 KZ sportsmen listed at 22,995. Is this actually a good price or should I wait around until Fall to see if anything else pops up?


To put it in perspective. We bought our 07 Cherokee TT it was 32 feet long and had a super slide and rear quad bunk bedroom as well as our front bedroom. We paid $22k back in 06. I would say with everything added into trailers 14 years that’s a good price!


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dodge guy wrote:

Ejraste wrote:

I am in the middle of looking for our first TT. We will be using it for smaller weekend trips and probably a long 7- 10 day trip once a year. Our goal is to find a seasonal spot to keep trailer on site and then pull off when we want to explore somewhere for the once a year trip. we definitely want one that has the actual bunk room as I have two small children. I'm currently looking at a 33' 2021 KZ sportsmen listed at 22,995. Is this actually a good price or should I wait around until Fall to see if anything else pops up?


To put it in perspective. We bought our 07 Cherokee TT it was 32 feet long and had a super slide and rear quad bunk bedroom as well as our front bedroom. We paid $22k back in 06. I would say with everything added into trailers 14 years that’s a good price!


Yeah I just haven't really ever looked for a trailer until recently. So I wasn't sure if I will get this size and style for any cheaper than that?

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FULLTIMEWANABE wrote:



However, like DKS said above, once the honeymoon period is over (usually after the second or third trip out!), then they'll either sit in the backyard slowly rotting hardly being used or they'll be hitting the market for sale within the next couple or so years, as other forms of travel get back on track. That of course is assuming it does!


That is true, lot of buying on a whim out there. I though for one love camping just as much as I did when we bought our first camper 24 years ago, of course we both grew up camping. Fortunately our fifth doesn't sit around idle.

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