ERS looks at the rise in Motorhome sales as lockdown eases


The big day is almost here: from 4th July campsites and holiday parks across England will finally be able to open their doors for the summer season.

With overseas tourism still largely inaccessible and many British holidaymakers attempting to plan their staycations in a COVID-secure and socially distanced manner, it’s perhaps no surprise to see motorhome sales rocketing in recent weeks, not to mention a flurry of activity from expo organisers looking to take full advantage of the surge in consumer interest.

However, it’s a mistake to assume that COVID-19 is solely responsible for the rise of the motor home. New motorhome sales have increased by 83% in the past decade. There are also between 50,000 to 55,000 used vehicles registered per year, with peaks in the used market typically down to new model price inflation or when there’s a shortage of new stock (it’ll be interesting to see what happens over the next few weeks in this regard).

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