When you’re looking at buying a new RV, it may be tempting to go for a big rig with multiple slide-outs and residential features. However, these RV tips will show you how your camping experience can be just as enjoyable in a small RV like the RVs under 5500lbs for sale at Kunes RV Green Bay. You’ll love how these compact RVs pack in the features you need to make your vacations great.
Smaller Price Tag
One reason many campers opt for a smaller RV is the price tag. Luxury class A motorhomes like this Jayco Precept 36A class A motorhome on order at Kunes RV feature incredible amenities like a residential refrigerator, a king bed, and two full bathrooms are perfect for some people. However, the price tag of $164,995 makes this unit a big commitment.
If you are looking for an RV with a budget-friendly price tag and still pack in the features you need, look for something smaller like the Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite travel trailer on sale at Kunes RV for just $20,995. You’ll get bunks for the kids, a full kitchen, a queen bed, and a bathroom for a fraction of the price.
Smaller RVs are easier and cheaper to store when they are not in use. This is another reason that going for a small RV instead of a big rig can be a great decision for you. If you are living in town and will need to find a place to store your RV while it’s not in use, the size of your unit can make a difference in the fees you incur during storage. Additionally, keeping your RV stored at home is easier when it’s a smaller floor plan.
Easy-to-Tow and Park
Another reason to choose a compact RV is that they are easier to tow and requires a smaller vehicle with a lower towing capacity to transport safely. Learn your vehicle’s towing capacity today! The smaller size of the RVs like this Dutchmen Aspen Trail 17BH travel trailer makes it better for your gas mileage on your journey, as well.
Contact us for more information about these units or to find an RV with the features you need to feel at home no matter where you travel.