“After nine long months of the two major RV segments moving in opposite directions, I’m pleased to report that the values of motorized and towable units sold at auction have finally started to move in a more coordinated manner,” said Eric Lawrence, director of specialty products for Black Book.

“Prices are starting to rise across the board as we inch closer to the prime spring selling season, with dealers beginning to restock their lots in anticipation of the first customers that will be brought in by the warmer weather,” he explained. “I expect wholesale prices to continue to increase for the next several months, as has been historically typical for this time of year.”

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