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Old 04-13-2016, 03:20 PM   #15
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Here in Tucson, AZ, we have winter visitors. They might buy when they first get here in the late fall, or early winter. Our RV slow season is the summer months. Winter visitors leave here, mostly, by end of Apr.

So, I'd say it would depend on what part of the country you live.

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Old 04-17-2016, 01:38 PM   #16
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As you asked about when inventory is highest, I think the ideal time is right now through late June. People are thinking of trading up and dealers are looking to make their sales now. After June, the inventory shrinks and mostly all you will see are the RVs that didn't sell during the spring. Usually there is a reason why they didn't sell.

The best time to buy is when others aren't and that is fall and winter. Of course the inventory drops a lot during these months.

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That state South of you is high in inventory in the Winter, snowbirds in FL get the buy bug and inflate the dealers used stock.

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