Motor home shipments suffer steep drop

Shipments of motor homes and conversion vans in June were down compared with the same month last year.

Shipments of Class B motor homes in June, which totaled 200 units, took the motor home segment's largest percentage drop. They were down 50 percent from last year. Shipments of Class A motor homes, which totaled 2,900 units, represented a 12.1 percent drop. Class C shipments of 1,200 units represented a 14.3 percent decline.

Motor home shipments for the first half of the year, which totaled 26,000 units, were down 26.3 percent from the same period a year earlier.


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