RV Prices Expected To Continue Dropping For Interested Idahoans
For those looking to buy a recreational vehicle, fifth wheel, or travel trailer for the summer of 2023, there's good news. Prices are continuing to decline as the weeks since the pandemic has officially been declared over continue to pass by.
If you're in the market for an RV in particular in the Gem State, the immediate future is looking bright, according to the folks at rvtravel.com. The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in huge markups for dealerships specializing in the sales of these types of vehicles, and now prices are bottoming out.
I found a great deal on a 19-foot travel trailer in 2021 and made my move. This will be our second summer with it. We probably paid a little more than we should have for it, but I'm not really bothered by that fact because it's in tremendous shape for it being gently used.
The next two months are looking good for southern Idahoans to find some great deals. Some of these area dealers are looking to unload inventory and will have no choice but to slash costs back to pre-pandemic levels. Look for massive rebates in the coming weeks. It might be worth attending some RV shows in Twin Falls soon, or stopping by a lot and talking shop with a salesperson.
There wasn't a need for anything glitzy with all the bells and whistles for my family. We wanted something smaller and lighter, but the signs are looking good for those that want a brand new, state-of-the-art travel toy before summer's end.