Originally Posted by Oaklevel
No such thing as an entry level trailer whether it cost $5000 or $500000 they are are campers / RVs or whatever. By the argument that a lower cost camper is entry level so are Chevys and Fords,..... they too must be entry level vehicles as they don't cost as much as a BMW or Mercedes.
Does a $35000 trailer that did not come with the belly covered make it an entry level camper ??? or just lower priced ????
I agree many of the lower cost trailers are better built and more reliable than the higher priced ones.
Entry level, suggests you start with what you can afford then work your way the price range. And, as we all know, this is often the case. For me, my XLR is entry and exit level... I hope. My next camper will be a classic car or truck. I've had about all the fun I can stand.