Sales Data Shows Buying Now More Advantageous for Consumers
WINNIPEG, March 11 /CNW Telbec/ - Go RVing Canada reports that consumers should not delay purchasing recreational vehicles as the economy recovers and prices return to gaining momentum.
"Prior to the global economic downturn, RVs were selling in record numbers throughout the country because Canadians of all ages and lifestyles were realizing the benefits associated with this lifestyle -- such as flexibility and vacation cost savings," said Go RVing Canada spokesperson Catherine Fortin LeFaivre.
Fortin LeFaivre said that although RV buyers were treated to low prices in 2009, 2010 will see prices slowly gain momentum again as more Canadians emerge from the fears of a prolonged recession and decide to hit the RV showrooms. Consumer price data from Statistics Canada showed that 2009 prices were as low as those in early 2001.
"As a consequence to the economy recovering, Canadians interested in buying RVs should not delay their purchases. There are still good deals to be had out there-but probably not for long."
At the heart of RVing's popularity, even in times of relative economic insecurity, are the cost-savings associated with the lifestyle. Go RVing Canada recently released the results of a study, conducted by PKF Consulting, which found that typical RV vacations are up to 75 per cent less expensive per day than any other type of family trip, regardless of trip duration, distance, or location.
Winter RV shows are great opportunities for potential RV buyers to see what their area dealers are offering all under one roof.
The Manitoba RV Show and Sale opens today and runs until Sunday March 14th at the Winnipeg Convention Centre.
For show information, visit http://manitobarvshow.ca/ and for more information about the RV lifestyle, a listing of more RV shows in Canada, and other RV-related information, visit: www.GoRVing.ca
The Go RVing Canada coalition was formed in 1997, and consists of RV manufacturers, RV dealers and campground operators. The coalition serves as the Canadian RV camping industry ambassador to provide the public and media with information about the benefits of RV travel. The coalition also seeks to enhance consumer information and satisfaction with the RV experience.
SOURCE Go RVing Canada
For further information: For further information: and to set up an interview, please contact: Alana Fontaine or Catherine Fortin LeFaivre, Go RVing Canada Public Relations, Media Hotline: 1-866-470-3528, Email: Alana@impactcanada.com or Catherine@impactcanada.com