One factor that can influence the price of an RV is its type. There are several types of RVs, but classes A, B, and C are the most common. 

The main difference between these three classes is RV size. Class A RVs are distinct because they are large and have features similar to a bus. As a result, class A RVs tend to cost more than smaller RV classes, ranging from $200,000 to $300,000. 

Next is class B RVs. These RVs appear similar to a van and can vary based on the manufacturer. Because class B RVs are smaller, they range between $100,000 and $200,000.

Last but not least is the class C RV. These models are easy to drive and range between $75,000 and $125,000. 

Long-term costs

When budgeting your RV purchase, remember there are costs outside of buying the RV itself. 

Let’s say you decide to buy a used class C RV from Cruise America for $40,000. The base used RV cost is $40,000, but there are additional fees you are required to pay. Some of these fees include state and local vehicle taxes and registration fees. The cost of these fees and the requirements vary depending on where you live. 

Other costs that come with buying an RV include maintenance. Cruise America offers a limited warranty on certain RV parts if they stop working. These warranties differ depending on the seller, but they usually last a certain amount before expiring. 

Cruise with comfort

Save money without sacrificing quality when purchasing an RV from Cruise America. Plus, we offer a rent-to-buy option so you can experience the joy of camping in a Cruise America RV before purchasing. Contact Cruise America today to discover excellent deals when buying a used RV.