You’re in the market to sell your RV. You’ve got a good vehicle that works perfectly, is clean, and has all the basic amenities. Still, you’re finding it hard to generate a lot of interest. Why do you think that is? One word – incentive! There are thousands of other people trying to unload their motor homes, and most of them are in “good condition.” So, why should buyers choose yours? What sets your vehicle apart from the rest? These are the important questions to ask yourself if you want to turn your fortune around and grab the attention of buyers. There are tiny updates which you might consider for your RV to give it some extra pizzazz. Individually they might not seem like much, but when combined together they form a killer deal that is too good to pass up. So what are these? Read on to learn more.
Modified Back Doors
Part of the charm of an RV lies in camping outdoors, and most RV-ers prefer heading to remote locations to experience nature in all its glory. So, the more open a particular unit is the better the experience will be. Modern RV models, however, have a box enclosing a blind on the back doors which does not exactly present a weatherproof option. It is obviously better if you opt to switch to synthetic fabric curtains that match your front curtains and easily slide on tacks over the back door glass. They were earlier available as replacement parts for older motor home models. You can easily find them in stores.The simple addition of OEM plastic panels on your window provides you with a complete, weatherproof finish for the back doors of your RV. A larger section of glass will also remain exposed in comparison to the current models which feature blinds in an enclosure. This is sure to be a major point of attraction for prospective buyers.
Outside showers in an RV may be functional, but they look ugly and ruin the entire aesthetic appeal of the vehicle. If your motor home is equipped with one, fret not – a simple paint job and some retooling takes care of the problem. Outsiders,who are not familiar with your RV, won’t be able to tell the difference, but you will still have a working setup in place.
Wind deflectors on traditional RVs are nothing to write home about. A few additional installations, however, will not only enhance the functionality, but will also increase the value of your vehicle. You can take two wind deflector halves and install them with a few inches to spare in the middle so that they become wide enough to hide everything that goes on behind the deflector.
These changes may not seem like much, but together they create a very appealing package for buyers. Now that you know what you need to do to draw more buyers, it’s time to get down to business. When your RV is all spruced up and ready to be sold, give us a call and we’ll connect you to the right buyers.