Average used retail values for the most popular RV types continued an upward trend through the first half of this year, according to NADAguides.

RV Executive Today Online reported that the May-June prices for conventional travel trailers — the highest-volume type — increased 3% compared with March-April values and were 14.5% higher compared with May-June of 2017.  

Class A motorhome used retail values showed a similar pattern, increasing 4% between the March-April and May-June periods and up 2.5% compared with May-June of 2017.
The retail values for most RV segments still remain below the recent price peak set in 2015.