Large Class A motorhomes greet visitors as soon as they enter the grounds of the Midwest RV Super Show. And they can be found further down the aisle amid the 300 RVs at this weekend’s show at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind.
As reported by the South Bend Tribune, prices run as high as nearly $300,000, but it seems proportional to the vehicles that stretch as long as 40 feet.
Nationally, people are having no trouble taking the step into what many would consider the finest of the RVs. So far this year, sales are up 32% for Class A motorhomes over last year.
Whether because of the leather sectional and recliner, large refrigerator, three flat-screen TVs or 1 1/2 baths, it’s fair to say many people wished the inside of their house looked as nice as the 2013 Dutch Star by Newmar Corp.
John and Janet Lipscomb, of Punta Gorda, Fla., were studying the offerings closely Thursday (Aug. 8). They are on their third Class A motorhome since 1997 and were looking at purchasing their fourth.
“The best part is you can have your things with you,” said Janet, citing closets for clothes. “Plus we can make a long trip out of it and tour.”
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