I think you are smart to hold out....this the the travel trailer I had prior to buying the A Frame. Dealers only wanted to give me 4500- as a trade (low blue book, it was 6 yrs old) - I was flabbergasted - The trailer was in excellent ner new condition as it was always under cover and kept clean and meticulously maintained. I really liked the Tacoma trailer but not enough to part with my Jayco for so little. I sold private party on Craiglist and got 9500- for it, despite 2 dealers telling me theyd only give me 4500-.
BTW - this 19' trailer only weighed 2900 (and.like our A Frames) came with all options including full bathroom and kitchen (microwve/stove/oven & huge 3 way refrigerator w/freezer) and queen bed and I bought I could pull with my 1995 4x4 V6 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 (towed w/weight distributor) - it towed this trailer great except it lagged up hills. I loved the trailer but after a few years knew I wanted something that wasnt as challenging towing up hills or against the wind...sometimes I would just take one of the trucks if I was going to travel over the mountain passes
I still have my Rodeo - its my daily driver. I love this little SUV so much, its on its third engine and still trucking along even when everyo.e around me (DH incl) tells me eventually she'll give up the ghost....she works as hard as our current trucks we own.
You might check out this line of Jayco trailers (Featherlite jayfeather Sport) as they are lite weight and well put together & highly regarded by their owners. Best wishes in your search!
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