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WANTED WANTED! Autotrail Mohican 1998 - 2002

Discussion in 'Motorhomes for sale' started by Kristy, Nov 3, 2015.

  1. Kristy

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    Hi,

    Me and my partner are looking to buy an Autotrail Mohican. 1998 - 2001. Preferably a 4 birth, however we will consider a 2 berth. Must be in overall great condition for age. No damp and runs without any issues. If anyone has one for sale or knows anyone that does, please feel free to message me or reply here with price, mileage, etc.

    Thanks and it's great to be here. Very informative forum!
     
  2. Kristy

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    Just to add, the title should say, 1998 - 2001. Thanx! I couldn't find an edit button.
     
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    good luck..

    a big ask in a 15 year old British van .. invest in a damp meter
     
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  6. Kristy

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    Yes! This is what we've been told. However, I'd prefer to get it checked over by a professional. Are they reliable and easy to use? Best place to buy?
    We've seen a couple of 1998 mohicans for sale from dealerships but they've been around 3-4 hours drive away so waiting on something a little more local to hopefully pop-up. However, these have both said they'll do a habitation check, MOT and full service history. This sounds good enough for us. We're of the belief if the van has ran well for all that time then hopefully ( fingers crossed ) we will be ok!
    We've also been told by other AT owners that the older models were the best. How true this is, we don't know.

    We've also been advised that the German vans are the most solid and reliable, however, we just don't like the interior or layouts which is a shame.
    If we could find a continental van that had the layout of a mohican or cherokee, we'd be there lol.

    Thanks for your advice in this minefield they call MH hunting......
     
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    Thanks for that. However, it's out of our price range. We've got a max budget of 17,000, hence why we're looking at 1998 models. There's a nice looking one for 15,000 on preloved who I've messaged to see more pics which they sent but wouldn't show up so I've messaged them again but no reply. Obviously not that keen to sell.
     
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    It's a shame it's out of our price range ( we have 17,000 ) as they're close to where we live.
     
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    Give them a bell, they'll definetley be some movement on the price, worth a try.
     
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    I bet it was from people that owned older Autotrails

    I bet it was from people that owned German motorhomes
     
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