2014 CrossRoads Sunset Trail 240RE

Used Travel Trailer in Fort Myers, Florida 33908

$16,990.00
This pre-owned 2014 Sunset Trail 240RE travel trailer features a Power Awning, Black Tank Flush, Enclosed Underbelly, 6 Gallon Gas/Electric Water Heater, 15K BTU A/C, Exterior Shower, Furnace, Microwave, Range w/Oven, Refrigerator, Queen Bed and MUCH MORE!!
Stock#02809A
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16065 South Tamiami Trail

Fort Myers, Florida 33908

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Unit Specs

  • Stock #02809A
  • Year2014
  • ManufacturerCrossRoads RV
  • Make CrossRoads
  • Model Sunset Trail
  • Floorplan240RE
  • Type Travel Trailer
  • ConditionUsed
  • Length27' 0"
  • VIN4V0TC2429EB023659
  • Price$19,990.00
  • Sale Price$16,990.00 Make Offer
  • Interior ColorTAN
  • Exterior ColorTAN
  • GVWR7,546 lbs
  • Dry Weight4,526 lbs

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