Hers bird, X2. In fact, you can generalize that theory across the board with most all mass-produced small RVs, not custom-built ones. For example, back in 2003 dear husband and I purchased a top-of-the-line Jayco pop up (used and model year 2000) for $6,500 to determine if we would like camping and sold it for $4,500 in 2010. I was floored that in the seven years we had it this model year 2000 popup only depreciated $2,000. Of course, it was in mint condition when we sold it. As a general rule, small RVs are in high demand and have been for a number of years (except maybe when gas was 36 cents a gallon back in the 60s). But I do agree someone is not doing their homework at NADA, as that low retail should have moved just a little if they had actually checked the data for the corresponding model and year. What are the odds that the figures would be EXACTLY the same.