A guide to buying a second hand motorhome

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  1. Stephen Taylor says:

    Dealers in my opinion are there for one reason only. Profit. They rarely offer a decent warranty and again in my opinion offer little more than a private sale does. Whichever approach you take, do your homework.

  2. Geoff Pearce says:

    Covid really scuppered my plans for spending around £25k on a motorhome. Whilst I appreciate the information in this article it doesn’t help with my search for a two berth home where both single beds can comfortably fit both people being well in excess of 6ft. (6ft 5 in and 6ft 3ins). Unfortunately nearly all reviews fail to include any information in this respect and there are surprisingly few reviews available for 15-20 year old motorhomes. Hopefully when lockdown lifts we can start visiting vendors and ascertaining if we fit. I also have to check if I can comfortably fit behind the steering wheel with the restrictions some motorhomes have on seat travel. Best to get out there and try them for size.

  3. Terry says:

    The private sale of a well documented and cared for motor home can often outweigh purchase from a dealer.

  4. J says:

    Excellent advice.


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