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Old 01-18-2019, 08:14 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone here has built a custom rv at Advanced RV. I can go on Roadtrek and build an RV to price out, but since Advanced RV is custom built, I am unable to do that. Can anyone tell me a ballpark cost for a 22 foot Mercedes chassis Class B with the usual bells and whistles? Thanks.
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Old 01-18-2019, 09:35 PM   #2
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I thought that it was in the ballpark of 200-250k but I'm sure someone will be able to give you more definite numbers. Way, way beyond my budget!
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I was wondering if anyone here has built a custom rv at Advanced RV. I can go on Roadtrek and build an RV to price out, but since Advanced RV is custom built, I am unable to do that. Can anyone tell me a ballpark cost for a 22 foot Mercedes chassis Class B with the usual bells and whistles? Thanks.
Just go on the ARV website and look at the prices they ask for used units. That will tell you Warpig is probably quite a bit low.

Pull up their individual rental units and they also show a "buy" price.
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That's a good one.

$200-$250k is a good start at the new price point
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That's a good one.

$200-$250k is a good start at the new price point
Except, they want $270K + for the two used '2016 models in their rental fleet. I'm not saying they won't build you a new one for under $300K, but the OP mentioned wanting some bells & whistles.
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Except, they want $270K + for the two used '2016 models in their rental fleet. I'm not saying they won't build you a new one for under $300K, but the OP mentioned wanting some bells & whistles.
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I think they are now in the $300,000 range. An excellent product if that is your price range.
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response from the company when I inquired:

Thank you for your question. Our motor homes range in price from $245,000 with very little customization, to well over $300,000. All of our motorhomes are built to give you the freedom of off the grid travel with battery systems that allow you to go for weeks at a time without plugging in and huge tank capacities that allow you to go longer between dumps and fills. Our systems are integrated and controlled on one touchscreen panel and we use diesel fired heat and hot water. We build a lot of motor homes that are not fancy on the inside. It is our systems and technologies that drives price more than material selections.

I hope this is helpful. I am available by email or phone if you have additional questions.
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If you are still interested in ARV, consider attending Advanced Fest 2019, which is in early May. I am not an ARV owner yet, but attended in 2018 and 2017. It was a great opportunity to see many of their vans, tour the production facility, and talk with Mike N. and many ARV employees. It is a fun weekend in a very relaxed and welcoming environment.
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