Originally Posted by gklugie
2000 Roadtrek 190 Popular 112,000 miles
Pretty clean, everything seems to work.
This was a transition period for the 190. Some are Dodges, some Chevies.
You can go to www.roadtrek.com
and go to the Support page and download the Owner's manual for the 190 Popular for 1999-2000.
Check for smooth operation of the black and grey water slide valves. Have some water put in the black and grey tanks to see that they don't leak and that nothing leaks past the slide valves when closed.
To give you an idea of the market price for the vintage you are looking at, surf the Roadtrek offerings at rvt.com
The bathroom setup is a little unusual. The toilet is mounted transversely and I wouldn't call it very private. Later years offered a fore and aft wet bath more like what you typically see in Class Bs today.
These coaches don't have much ground clearance so make sure there is no underfloor damage.
Check that the water heater functions. If the refrigerator is a three way AC/DC/Propane it's an absorption type that is sensitive to proper coach leveling and if not observed can permanently damage the unit. Have it demonstrated in all three modes.
If you can borrow an OBD II code reader, you can plug it into the coach to check if there are any engine faults indicated.
Good luck !