Monday, August 30, 2004

Class A Luxury Motorhomes sales growing

In 1992, less than 100 RVs were sold at a retail price of $200,000 or higher. A decade later, that number had grown to 11,600 units sold at a total cost of $2.45 billion.

The boom in luxury RVs has benefited a variety of businesses.

Mandalay, which just entered the diesel-pusher production business two years ago yet has scheduled construction for a new 200,000-square-foot plant in Elkhart that will be completed in April.

Dozens of Motorhome-only resorts that offer golfing and other resortlike activities -- as long as campers' RVs are at least 25 feet long.

"I really don't see an end in sight," Monaco's Mac said. "You have a lot of people who have decided that air travel isn't as convenient as it used to be. This is easier." Full Story...

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