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Old 12-14-2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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Toy hauler value?

Hi. I am new here and hope some one has some info. I have a 2012 Forest River hyper-lite 19 hfs toy hauler. Where can I get an idea of it's worth. I could not find any in my search. We found it too small for our needs and want to get some thing bigger but have no clue what a fair price would be to sell it our selves. Talked to a couple of dealers and the trade in offers were terrible. Need a site that can give average prices for used trailers. Thank you all. Have a great day.
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Old 12-15-2014, 12:52 AM   #2
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Old 12-15-2014, 05:10 AM   #3
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and don't add value for things that will usually come with that model.
i.e.- a/c, oven, spare tire, and so on.
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Look around other dealers inventory (many times too high of a asking price) and sites such as Craig's List. Use a search engine to look up your model TH to see what others are selling them for.

Have realistic expectations. Dealers won't give you that much as they will try to resell it at near market value and still make a profit.

Something to think about, TT values drop massively as soon as they leave the dealers lot. Values vary widely depending on region in the country. My used TT was $5K less in NY than here in southern PA. Bottom line, price it less than the listed price from a local dealership. Be willing to go lower...maybe much lower.
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Old 12-15-2014, 10:40 AM   #5
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Definitely plan on getting less than the NADA lists. Our 2013 Stealth SS1812 was valued at between $13,500 and $19,300, but it just sold for $13,500 after the buyer tried offering $10,000. That's after throwing in our generator and WDS. This trailer was in almost perfect shape, the only flaw being a 2" scratch where my Harley hit the threshold plate coming up the ramp.


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Old 12-15-2014, 03:08 PM   #6
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Thanks for the help. I know the value drops like rocks. Just interested in a fair price for me and a buyer. We most of us are not looking to get rich but don't want to be rolled over. Assuming any body wants to buy the trailer. Think most folks will also find it a little too small. Nice unit and good for short trips. Thanks for the info. Tom N.C.
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Thanks for the help. I know the value drops like rocks. Just interested in a fair price for me and a buyer. We most of us are not looking to get rich but don't want to be rolled over. Assuming any body wants to buy the trailer. Think most folks will also find it a little too small. Nice unit and good for short trips. Thanks for the info. Tom N.C.

There is definitely a market. My buddy bought a 20 ft TH because thats all the weight his 2006 Tundra could pull with his side by side in it


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Your better off selling not trading. My local dealer only offer auction prices for trades.
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Thanks again for the info. Take care, Tom
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