As of 2012, Kelley no longer provides valuations on recreational vehicles. As of 2014, the National Automobile Dealers Association licenses its name to National Appraisal Guides, Inc., which publishes NADA Guides books listing the values for many types of vehicles, including RVs.Continue Reading
As of 2014, values for RVs are available on the NADA Guides website. Checking values listed with NADA Guides or other car value references with the prices of several similar vehicles advertised online, in newspapers or dealer lots is the best way to double-check the accuracy of any referenced value.
Kelley continues to offer valuation books on automobiles, trucks and motorcycles. Both Kelley and NADA Guides maintain websites where values of vehicles may be obtained for free.Learn more about Buying & Selling
To look up motorcycle values on Kelley Blue Book, visit KBB.com, locate the section marked We've Got Motorcycle Values and click on Motorcycles. Choose the motorcycle make from the list, click on the year and select a model. Click on the See Trade-In Value or See Retail Value buttons to see the estimated values for motorcycles in good condition.Full Answer >
Kelly Blue Book for motorcycles is available at www.kbb.com/motorcycles; this lists trade-in values and suggested retail values. A trade-in value is the amount a dealer is likely to pay the bike owner, while the retail value is the dealer's asking price for a motorcycle in excellent condition with average mileage.Full Answer >
The Kelley Blue Book provides values on new and used trucks on its website at kbb.com. Web visitors enter the car values section from the menu at the top of the page to search for the year, make and model of the truck for which a value is desired.Full Answer >
The Kelley Blue Book only covers the values of snow mobiles, ATV's, motorcycles, personal watercraft, and cars; not campers, as of 2015. To determine the value of a camper, use a guide book other than the Kelley Blue Book, such as the NADA guide. Find values for campers on the NADA website.Full Answer >