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RVIA July RV Shipments Up 3.5%, Best July On Record

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The RV Industry Association‘s July 2021 survey results showed that July saw total RV shipments of 44,537 units. This is 3.5% more than the 43,035 units shipped in July 2020. July also marked the best on comparable records with shipments exceeding last July, an RVIA report said.

This new report shows that the RV industry has established a new monthly record each month for the past nine months.

Craig Kirby, President and CEO of RV Industry Association, stated that RVers have been able to make lasting memories this summer with their loved ones through the RVs they’ve built. He also said that this new shipment report is a testament to the demand for RVs, as more people consider them the best way of experiencing the outdoors and living an active outdoor lifestyle.

Towable RVs led by conventional travel trailers ended the month up 3.4% compared to last July with 40.511 wholesale deliveries. Motorhomes ended the month with 4,026 units, an increase of 3.9% over the previous month.

Park Model RVs finished the month lower than July 2020 (-21.9%), with 261 wholesale orders.

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