Are you thinking about buying an RV? Whether you decide to go with a brand new one or one that’s been pre-owned, you should ask your RV dealer a series of questions before finding the RV that’s best for you.
Take a look at some questions you should ask before purchasing your RV.
Which size RV would be best for me?
People take all different approaches when it comes to deciding how large they want their RV to be. Some people want the biggest one possible since they think they need the space inside, while others want one on the smaller side to get a more affordable price. You should start shopping for RVs by speaking to a dealer about what you plan to use the RV for and how much time you’re going to spend in it for his or her recommendations.
What features are included with each RV?
If you’re buying a pre-owned RV, you’ll likely be able to check out all the features it includes by walking inside of it. But if you’re buying a new one, you might only see a model on the lot that includes more features than what you’ll actually get. So ask your dealer which specific features you can expect.
Is there wiggle room on the price of each RV?
RVs are like vehicles, in that you are free to negotiate their pricing. But you should also ask your dealer to be upfront with you and let you know if there’s any wiggle room. If they won’t budge on price, you will have to decide if you’re okay with settling on an offer.
Does each RV come with a warranty, and if so, what’s covered by it?
Whether you go with a new or pre-owned RV, your RV should come with some kind of warranty that covers certain parts and service for the first 6 to 12 months. Inquire about what kind of warranty you’ll receive and, more importantly, what it will cover so that there’s no confusion later.
After you buy or finance an RV, you’ll need to make sure that you store it properly to keep it in good condition. Hemet RV can help you with your storage needs. Call us today to find out about storage options!