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2011 coachmen miranda

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Im not sure of the model, 30ft v8 gas close to mint condition. Is it worth 50k? Low miles, 2 slides. It looks like a new 2020 is around 100k. Anyone have experience with these good/bad?  I've seen them on various sites listed for mid 40s to mid 50s

 

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That isn't nearly enough information to know any realistic pricing, but I highly doubt that any 2011 Miranda is worth more than $40k. If you get more information you can check it on NADA guides website. 

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lol...Mirada.....no 'n'......

 

Readers who are googling around for it might need to spell it correctly to help narrow the results.

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A little more info, 30k miles, original owner always kept in garage when not in use. All service records good tires, clean as could be. Has the on board gen and a couple solar panels with hookups. I think its a 29ds at least thats what the layout looks like from others online. They said it has the thermal pane windows not sure if that was an option or standard. 

After looking at travel trailers even new ones this 8 year old interior seemed nicer. And most if those had 30 amp only so I do like the idea of having 50 amp which this rv does.

Anyone know how this unit would be in colder weather compared to a "4 season travel trailer"? 

 

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1 hour ago, bridge said:

Anyone know how this unit would be in colder weather compared to a "4 season travel trailer"? 

The thermal pane windows would certainly help that a lot. It isn't the bottom of the line so would probably be OK as long as the cold isn't extreme. Any RV will require a lot of heat in extended periods of cold weather and if you are near the coast that can make it more difficult. It would help a great deal if you were to skirt it since you won't be traveling, but that is true for any RV. With average high temperatures in the 30's for the midwinter months you will need a larger propane tank.

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It would not be as good in 'cold' weather as a true '4 season' trailer. Especially with the slides. The insulation values of most this coach would not be as high as say a Triple E. This coach is a mid a lower mid tier Class A gasser. And not meant as bad thing, it met the price point the manufacturer was targeting, and a customer was willing to pay. 

That does not mean you can not add reflexit to the windows, insulation to the solar light in the bath (If it has one.), insulation cushions into the roof vent. Cover the dash inside/and out, to reduce heat lost... 

But if you really are going to deep cold usage, do more fact gathering by owners of that manufacturer and coach. IRV2 Owner's area might be able to help you. 

Good luck,

Smitty

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