Bargains lure RV buyers

RV sales have been improving all year, but slowly, and many dealers are offering big discounts to get the larger RVs moving off their lots again, according to a Los Angeles Times article, “Call of the road, bargains beckon RV buyers.”

Call of the road, bargains beckon RV buyers

Robert and Barbara Nicolson, retired supermarket employees from Sedona, Ariz., recently traded in their 2006 motor home for a new Tiffin Allegro Bus that lists for $355,000. Amenities include a dishwasher, washer and dryer, full-size refrigerator and 11/2 bathrooms.

“How nice is it? Well, I’m having a hard time convincing my wife that it’s time to go home,” quipped Robert Nicolson from a Petaluma, Calif., campground.

The couple — he’s 72, she’s 68 — “were very happy with the deal” of unspecified proportions that they negotiated, in which they unloaded their old 40-footer, Robert said. Added Barbara: “We figured, ‘What are we waiting for? We’re both healthy. Let’s enjoy it.’ “

Read the complete Los Angeles Times article, “Call of the road, bargains beckon RV buyers.”

camping, Class A, economy, motorhomes, RV, RV business

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