Lazydays RV Supercenter Inc., Seffner, Fla., reported a nearly 8% decline in sales for the retailer’s first quarter, ended March 31, largely attributed to softness in the Class A gas motorhome sector.
Revenues were $245.1 million for the three-month period compared with $264.2 million the previous year.
New-unit sales dropped 8% to $143 million with 1,107 units sold versus 1,265 last year. Lazydays said Class A gas units accounted for 53% of the decline in unit sales.
First-quarter towable revenues were up for the quarter, highlighted by a 15% increase in new-unit travel trailer sales over a year ago.
Softness in the motorhome sector also affected sales of pre-owned units, which fell 6% to $83 million compared to the year prior.