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Old 10-30-2018, 10:36 AM   #1
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Pleasure Way Traverse vs. SMB

Hi all,

Still, in process of learning and looking for my family van, I understand that it exists another type of Van that has some nice feature: Pleasure Way Traverse.

I would like to pick your brain on this to understand why they are generally cheaper and is the quality as good as SMB?

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I have looked at a few of them. I think the cabinetry is nicer than SMB. Pleasureway uses real plywood instead of MDF. I don't like the pop top as much. Its smaller and shorter. I was very close to buying one but it doesn't feel as roomy inside with the top up as an SMB. They have a ton of nice features though and are typically much cheaper than the equivalent SMB.

I looked at a 2006 traverse, single owner with 80k miles on it and they wanted $24,500.
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Thanks, it is more or less the same prize that I found.

Do you know why they are cheaper? Supply and demand?
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