Obviously, a 2000 DP is a whole lot cheaper than a 2013 DP. Things to consider if you buy something too old:
- Some parks won't allow older RVs. I've often heard that these parks only accept RVs that are less than 10 years old. Granted, it's a very small number of parks overall, but it still happens.
- Older RVs may have technology that needs to be upgraded. I see posts every day about people who are exchanging older TVs for newer LED TVs. This also applies to hot water heating systems, air conditioning, power inverters, and a lot of other systems.
- Maintenance costs are higher.