16,000 miles is good. Even 116,000 isn't bad IMO. Sometimes low mileage means handling problems, but not always.
Be prepared that Tires - if more than 5 years old, fluids, filters, belts, hoses, plugs etc. might all need changing.
Have the brakes and suspension checked. Check for rust as well.
$10,000 is a great price for a 1995 where I live. I usually see people asking $15,000 and up in the local paper.
If it is a brand name like Roadtrek, Pleasure-Way or Leisure Travel that's even better.
Getting it started and taking it for a test drive is really important. I wouldn't pay $10,000 if I had to tow it away - too many unknowns.