Wholesale RV Shipments Continue to Normalize

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According to the October RVIA manufacturers survey, wholesale RV shipments decreased 43.7% from the same time last year.

The month ended with 32,652 units shipped compared to the 57,971 units shipped in October 2021.

RVIA President and CEO Craig Kirby said RV shipments continue to normalize as the RV industry enters the holiday season.

Wholesale RV shipments are down 12.2% compared to the same point in 2021, with 448,246 wholesale shipments.

“The RV industry is still on track to deliver a top five year,” Kirby said,” and with our latest research showing over 15 million Americans planning to go RVing between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, it is clear our industry is delivering an incredible way for friends and families to enjoy the holidays together in the outdoors.”

Towable RVs, led by conventional travel trailers, ended October down 48.3% from last October with 27,329 shipments. Motorhomes finished October up 4.1% compared October 2021 with 5,323 units.

Click here for the full RVIA’s October shipping report.

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