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2016 Thor Motor Coach Axis 25.2 Private Seller

3 weeks ago Motorhome for Sale Lakeland 233 Views 0 Watching

$57,500

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Location: Lakeland
Price: $57,500

Selling our 2016 Thor Axis 25.2. We have decided the RV style is not for us. We purchased this RV from Lazy Days RV in Tampa, FL less then 9 months ago. A few upgrades have been including the Safe T Plus steering stabilizer, tire monitoring system, inside TV to a 32" smart TV. All maintenance has been kept up to date.

We are asking 57,500 or best reasonable offer. Please call or text Paul.


Public Discussion about this ad - 2016 Thor Motor Coach Axis 25.2


Additional Details

  • Year: 2016
  • Make: Thor Motor Coach
  • Model: Axis
  • Trim: 25.2
  • Length: 26.5

 
Posted by Pete'sMH on Feb 25, 2019 at 02:46 PM

The lifestyle is not everyoneís cup of tea for sure. Kudos to you for giving it a try and best of luck to you in your sale and future endeavors.

Posted by Long & Winding road on Feb 25, 2019 at 04:43 PM

At least you can say you "try" it. Nothing worse (IMO) than regretting not "trying" something new or something that you always wanted to try.

Good luck.

Posted by csseeker on Feb 25, 2019 at 04:56 PM

Nothing wrong with RVing. Even though the RV is for sale, we are planned to head out the beginning of April for a 5 month trip to the north west for 5 months. Our longest trip thus far was into the Smokey Mtns for 5 weeks late last summer. Its was a great way to beat the Florida heat.

Posted by Pete'sMH on Feb 26, 2019 at 03:40 AM

2016 Thor Motor Coach Axis 25.2

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Nothing wrong with RVing. Even though the RV is for sale, we are planned to head out the beginning of April for a 5 month trip to the north west for 5 months. Our longest trip thus far was into the Smokey Mtns for 5 weeks late last summer. Its was a great way to beat the Florida heat.
Thatís cool. Does that mean you decided that you need a different RV instead of a different lifestyle? Thatís not uncommon. We traded our 26 foot class C in after a trip to the Grand Canyon 8 months after buying it. But weíre very happy with our 32 ft .class A. We are planning a 6 week trip up through the northwest in May and June. Beautiful country and Iím really looking forward to it. Wish I could afford 5 months on the road!

Posted by JamieGeek on Feb 26, 2019 at 12:12 PM

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Thatís cool. Does that mean you decided that you need a different RV instead of a different lifestyle? Thatís not uncommon. We traded our 26 foot class C in after a trip to the Grand Canyon 8 months after buying it. But weíre very happy with our 32 ft .class A. We are planning a 6 week trip up through the northwest in May and June. Beautiful country and Iím really looking forward to it. Wish I could afford 5 months on the road!


You need to change your profile.

We're the opposite: After years of dragging around a 31ft 5er the 25ft Axis is perfect.

Posted by csseeker on Feb 26, 2019 at 08:17 PM

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Thatís cool. Does that mean you decided that you need a different RV instead of a different lifestyle? Thatís not uncommon. We traded our 26 foot class C in after a trip to the Grand Canyon 8 months after buying it. But weíre very happy with our 32 ft .class A. We are planning a 6 week trip up through the northwest in May and June. Beautiful country and Iím really looking forward to it. Wish I could afford 5 months on the road!
Nope, we already did that. Lol ....we had a Coachman Prism for 4 weeks before trading in for the Axis. We love the Axis, but decided to travel differently.

Posted by joanik on Mar 8, 2019 at 08:16 PM

I am sorry if this is a stupid question but.... Does the 25.2 have the lowering Bunk? Is that an option? Does yours have leveling jacks? Idk how that compares with a stabilizing bar? TIA

Posted by JamieGeek on Mar 8, 2019 at 08:34 PM

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I am sorry if this is a stupid question but.... Does the 25.2 have the lowering Bunk? Is that an option? Does yours have leveling jacks? Idk how that compares with a stabilizing bar? TIA


All Axis/Vegas units come with the drop down bunk in the front.

Welcome to the site.

Posted by csseeker on Mar 8, 2019 at 09:18 PM

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I am sorry if this is a stupid question but.... Does the 25.2 have the lowering Bunk? Is that an option? Does yours have leveling jacks? Idk how that compares with a stabilizing bar? TIA
Yes, it has the overhead, lowering bunk above the front seats. No it does not have levelers, but stabalizers and leveling pads are included . The Safe-T-Plus is a front stabalizer for the steering.

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