New or Used (If You Can Find One) Coachmen Freelander / Leprechaun

When it comes to buying a RV for your camping adventures or family vacations, you’re probably thinking about budget and how a motorhome purchase may allow you to maximize your vacation dollars while still having plenty of fun. You might be questioning, “should I buy new or used?” Both options are a great way to make sure having fun is exactly what you’re doing.

Coachmen Leprechaun vs Coachmen Freelander

Knowing how much you should pay for a RV isn’t an exact science. But you can get a pretty good idea of the price tag if you know what model you’re interested in. While we offer a variety of new and used motorized coaches in our inventory, our most popular Class C motorhomes are the Coachmen Freelander and Coachmen Leprechaun for their easy handling, space, towing capabilities and safety features.But the popularity and quality of these coaches make used models a rare deal.

Value of the Coachmen Products

Coachmen is proud of its long heritage in the RV industry and boasts more than 50 years of attracting and retaining a talented workforce in the heart of the Amish community in Indiana. With units on the road since 1964, many camping enthusiasts trust the brand and Coachmen team members pride themselves on care, focus, and precision in the manufacturing process. Quality construction means a longer RV life, even if you are not the original owner.

Coachmen is also a company that has a heart for the environment. They have been incorporating green materials and practices into their operations for many years and have earned Silver to Gold Status Green Certification through TRA Certification. Green Certification of an RV examines multiple areas of the RV. Being “green” is the result of a process using effective production techniques in combination with resourcing efficient and healthy materials to create products that satisfy consumer needs with minimal environmental impact.

Coachmen Freelander

With the motto, “To provide more factory installed features than anyone else, unparalleled value and reliable design and quality at an affordable price,” it comes as no surprise that this model is perfect for novice and experience RVers alike. The Freelander has the right balance of beauty, function, and value in a quality Class C product. Here is a snapshot of what’s available:

  • 14 different floor plans, including bunkhouse models!
  • 12 month/12,000 mile limited warranty on motorhome (additional warranties on Ford/Chevy chassis and powertrain)
  • 1-year Travel Easy Road Assistance
  • 12,125+ GCWR
  • 23 feet+ in length
  • 25-gallon fuel capacity

Coachmen Leprechaun

The Leprechaun offers you better construction and interior options than others in its class. You will appreciate the long list of safety and convenience features while others will admire the style of your motorhome. Upgrade with an expansive list of rich standard and optional features including, night shades, raised panel hardwood upper cabinet doors, and upgraded flooring and furniture. With standard equipment like back-up cameras and power awning, plus an array of optional bells and whistles, your RVwill feel even more like home.Here is a snapshot of what’s available:

  • 13 different floor plans, including bunkhouse models!
  • 12 month/12,000 mile limited warranty on motorhome (additional warranties on Ford/Chevy chassis and powertrain)
  • 6-Gallon, Atwood Gas DSI Water Heater
  • 18,500+ GWCR
  • 24 feet+ in length
  • 55-gallon fuel capacity

NADA Average Retail

NADA stands for the National Automobile Dealers Association. This group gathers data and sets an average retail price for RVs and other vehicles. is the largest publisher of the most market-reflective vehicle pricing and information available for automotive, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, RVs, and manufactured homes.

The NADA average retail price is the full retail price of a RV with zero discounts or specialty pricing. When determining value of specific RV models, we recommend NADA as your first stop as you compare RVs.

You Can’t Put a Price On Safety

The RV Consumer Group considers the class C motor home safer over other classes primarily for the cockpit construction, which features a frontal crush area and all-steel cage offering protection for the driver and passenger in a rollover situation. The cutaway chassis foundation provides built-in safety features normally associated with a standard cargo van or truck.

Take a look at the available floor plans for Coachmen Freelander and Leprechaun RVs!

Contact RV Wholesale Superstore

Whether you’re ready to buy or still deciding which RV is best for you, the professionals at RV Wholesale Superstore are here to help. Visit us in-person at 5080 W. Alexis Road, in Sylvania, OH or call us at (844) 601-1171.

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