Which Caravan holds its price better.

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Jun 20, 2005
Lest we forget, our Convector / blown air has a secret up its sleeve. 2000 watts on electric and in addition 4000(?) watts gas. Never been cold.
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Jan 3, 2012
Having done both I would never stay in Scotland overnight without Alde heating - it’s simply amazing in the middle of winter as well as the hot water system far superior
We were on holiday in Matlock we had our Truma blown air on next morning we woke up to snow it was lovely and warm in the caravan.
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Jul 18, 2017
Whilst I hate seeing people waste their money products that fail to do what they claim..... I don't think I've ever seen private caravan ownership caravan marketed as an investment.
Normally that statement would be true, but in these times caravans are selling for more than they originally cost.
May 7, 2012
The used value of a caravan has very little to do with the maker, even when we sold our Avondale the fact the maker was no longer there seemed to have very little effect. Possibly Lunars as the last casualty might lose a bit more but I have seen very little evidence of that. Once a caravan passes five years old parts for any make become a problem so even the manufacturer being there still makes no real difference.
The main factor has to be condition, and to a lesser extent the popularity of the layout.


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