Black Book Reports Wholesale RV Values Mixed

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The average selling price for motorized RV units was down, while the average selling price for towables went up according to this month’s Black Book Report.

RV dealers report dealership floor traffic is down just a little despite slowing economic reports, said Eric Lawrence, Black Book principal analyst, Specialty Markets.

“Many dealers have also said that they are finally approaching a comfortable level of inventory, especially on towables,” Lawrence said, “and although some national chains are beginning to discount, it has not reached typical pre-pandemic levels.”

The average selling price for towables in April rose 2.5% from the previous month. The average selling price was $20,883, up $522 from March 2022 but down 6.2% from the $22,214 registered in April 2021.

The average selling price of all classes of motorhomes in April 2022 fell 4% from the previous month to $73,350, down $3,068. The April 2022 price was up 13.8% from the $64,474 registered in April 2021.

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