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The retail market for Class A and Class C motorhomes remained robust in November, according to Statistical Surveys Inc., an independent market research firm.
Retail sales of Class A’s increased 9.1% and Class C sales were up 24.6% in November in the 47 states from which Statistical Surveys was able to gather data.
Statistical Surveys was unable to gather retail sales data from New Hampshire and South Carolina in time for its report and it does not collect Hawaii’s figures.
In the 47 states, there were 2,772 Class A’s retailed in November, compared with 2,541 units sold by dealers in the same 47 states in November 2001.
After the first 11 months of 2002, retail sales of Class A’s was up 10.4% to 34,489 units retailed in the 47 states, compared with 31,245 units sold by dealers in the same states during the first 11 months of 2001.
In the case of Class C’s, there were 1,035 units retailed in the 47 states in November, compared with 830 units sold by dealers in those states in November 2001.
After the first 11 months of 2002, Class C retail sales were up 17.4% in the 47 states to 14,836 units, compared with 12,632 units retailed in the same states in the first 11 months of 2001.