Kelley Blue Book has ceased publication of information for travel trailers and RVs. Values for cars, trucks, motorcycles, personal watercraft and snowmobiles are still published by KBB.Know More
To determine the current value of a travel trailer or RV, one can find the information in a National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Guide or on the NADA Guides website.
The term blue book value is still commonly used in pricing travel trailers, however, it is a reference to the now defunct Kelley Blue Book publication of travel trailer, RV and motorhome values.
With limited published information on fair pricing for these vehicles, comparison shopping and careful evaluation of the travel trailer specifics can help a buyer determine if the deal is fair or if continued shopping is wise.Learn more about Buying & Selling
Kelley Blue Book does not provide boat values on its website; however, it does provide watercraft trade-in and retail values for crafts from 1995 through the present, as of 2015. Boat values can be obtained through the NADA Guides website, which offers a similar service as Kelley Blue Book.Full Answer >
Entering the year of manufacture and specific model into the Kelley Blue Book online database calculates the Kelley Blue Book value of popular Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Kelley Blue Book provides comprehensive price information about Harley-Davidson motorcycle models produced since 1960.Full Answer >
Kelley Blue Book does not publish the value of commercial vehicles. In addition to omitting commercial vehicle values, Kelley Blue Book also does not list values for commercial boats, aircraft or tractors.Full Answer >
To use Kelley Blue Book, first navigate to its official website on Kbb.com, according to DMV.org. Select the option to check the price for new and used cars on the left side of the home page. Enter the car's information or browse vehicles to search for the car.Full Answer >