It may not surprise you to find out that the average person who buys a recreational vehicle today is well off. According to a new survey commissioned by the RV Industry Association, today’s buyers pay about $75,000 for a new RV, and almost nine out of 10 buyers purchase some kind of aftermarket part or accessory.
That’s a little higher than the average American household income, but significantly lower than the average household income of your typical RVer buyer, which stands at $90,700. Only about 13 percent of American households earn that much money.
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