Roadtrek Again Stands as Class B Sales Leader

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February 26, 2014 by   1 Comment

Roadtrek Motorhomes Inc. again ranked as the No. 1 Class B manufacturer in North America for 2013, according to data from Statistical Surveys Inc.

According to a press release, Kitchener, Ontario-based Roadtrek has held the top spot among Class B manufacturers since 1990. In 2013, the builder captured close to 40% retail market share in the U.S. and over 47% retail market share in Canada.

Roadtrek offers a comprehensive lineup of products on various platforms and is the only manufacturer with two top selling vehicles in the list of top five models sold in North America.

“Roadtrek had a great season last year, we had tremendous success with the introduction of three new models to our product lineup; the CS Adventurous, 40th Anniversary edition and TS Adventurous,” said Paul Cassidy, vice president of sales and service “We are proud to be at the top of the leaderboard in sales for Canada and the U.S. We will continue to lead the way with the best in engineering, customer service and warranty (five years) and we look forward to an exciting 2014.”

Last year not only brought about success for class B manufacturers, but the overall class B market continued to see growth as well with a 15% increase year-over-year.

“Dealers are recognizing the advantage of selling class B’s and are making more room on the sales floor for more models,”noted Cassidy. “We have the best dealers in the business and they are a large reason why we continue to be so successful and for our continued high level of customer service”

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One Response to “Roadtrek Again Stands as Class B Sales Leader”

  1. Charles Anthony Cortese on February 26th, 2014 2:25 pm

    We just traded our Ranger RT Roadtrek in on a Class A Diesel pusher. We only had the Roadtrek a few months, but put over 17,000 miles on it, and I must say, it is a quality motor home. It done everything we expected it to do, and more. We had some minor issues with it, however Roadtrek was there to take care of us. The dealership where we purchased the Roadtrek was RV World of Lakeland, Florida. A top notch organization from the owner (Matt) on down. In fact that’s where we traded the Roadtrek in. We are not new to the RV industry. We’ve purchased many new coaches and we know that they all have their growing pains, but Roadtrek took away a lot of those pains. We’re hoping that we will experience the same with our new Class A motor home. Thanks so much for manufacturing a quality motor home in every detail, except one. The awning was near useless because you can’t open and close the door when it is extended. Other than that, we had a fine experience with our Roadtrek.