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2013 Renegade IKON 3400 45′ Motorhome For Sale


This 2013 Renegade IKON 3400 is a 45′ Class A motorhome available for sale.

It has a 600 hp Cummins diesel engine with 20,000 miles on the odometer, it can tow up to 30,000 lbs, has 4 slide-outs, and sleeps up to 6 people comfortably.

If you thought some tiny houses on wheels were expensive, the used price tag on this one might make you a little motion sick. Either way, please enjoy below.

2013 Renegade IKON 3400 45′ Class A Motorhome For Sale

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Video: 2013 45′ Renegade IKON 3400 RV For Sale (Used)

Asking price: $375,000 OBO. Learn more at RVT.com.

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  • Avatar Lisa E.

    Wow. This certainly is something to look at but it’s WAY too much house for me. Looks like it would be perfect for a touring band, though.

  • Avatar Comet

    @LISA E—Yeah these are usually either band transport or the ones that are used for traveling around to trade shows—this is actually a bit under priced for what it is; I just saw a “regular” RV of similar size in a Class A format (all in one drive it yourself) that cost about the same NEW—this has a bigger engine and could tow quite a large merch or equipment trailer.

    Can yo9u imagine trying to keep this lil snow flake CLEAN tho??? sheesh–were they AFRAID of color???

    And–allll fluff no actual provisions made to LIVE in there–no storage except maybe those kitchen drawers—unless there are things I didn’t see. The FIRST thing anyone does when actually moving INTO one of these things is to modify the storage as they tend to have a LOT of wasted space and be more pretty than practical. The bathroom looked MUCH bigger than usual–the tubs I have seen in some were no bigger than a foot bath!

    And for MOST people—they don’t NEED to sleep a platoon!

  • Avatar Tiana

    Thanks for some contrast to provide perspective on how affordable a 45k tiny custom house is. This sterile luxury land yacht sure did the trick.

  • Avatar Mike

    I’m sorry guys, pretty though this may be; if I’m going to drop $375,000.00 dollars on a home it’s going to be firmly fixed to the ground. Just try to find insurance for this not so tiny home. Diesel fuel & repairs; it may be for a really rich person that wants to travel a lot and take his home with him, but for the average person, not very likely.

  • Avatar Ida

    OMG!
    WTH?
    LOL!

  • Avatar Jacey

    QUESTION! We can do monthly payments, no? If so, how much?

  • Avatar Terry Borwegen

    Do you still have the 2013 Renagade for sale?

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