The National Automobile Dealers Association Guide to Recreational Vehicles, also referred to as the NADA for RV guide, is the perfect resource to use to find out fair pricing when you're buying or selling an RV or travel trailer.
According to Buying Advice, which has researched trade-in values from both the Black Book, Kelley Blue Book, and NADA, Black Book trade-in values fall somewhere in the middle of Kelley Blue Book and NADA.
If you find a website with a NADA RV Blue Book up for sale, either the seller has titled the item incorrectly or he or she is trying to scam you and does not intend to send you anything.
RVs R Us: If you want an independent appraisals that combines both the wholesale NADA Guide and Kelly blue book for RV pricing, you may want to request an RV value report from RVs R Us.
While most RV experts don't recommend relying on a single source for estimating camper values, the NADA Guide and Kelly Blue Book publications can be an excellent starting point.
First, if you visit NADA online, keep in mind you will not receive the same value as the NADA "orange' guidebook that is offered to dealers upon membership to the NADA.
NADA - The National Automobile Dealer's Association or NADA publishes the NADA guide and gives it to dealers or used car lot owners who subscribe to the organization.
NADA also offers current rebates and incentives and has a great resource tool called "Cost of Ownership," where you can build a car and get the true cost to own it.
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