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Forest River Berkshire Motorhome

Forest River Berkshire Motorhome

Year-over-year Canadian motorhome sales declined 21.2 percent in June while registrations rose 2.7 percent for the six months. Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI) reported that data for the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario are incomplete.

Forest River Inc. was the Canadian motorhome sales leader through June, capturing a 24.6 percent market share, followed by Thor Industries Inc. (23.1 percent) and Winnebago Industries Inc. (14.1 percent).

June Class A registrations fell 22.8 percent from the year prior and 1.5 percent year-to-date. Thor was No. 1 in the category for the first six months with a 23.1 percent market share, ahead of Fleetwood RV Inc. (15.7 percent) and Winnebago (14.8 percent).

In the Class C segment, sales dropped 19.9 percent for June but were up 6.4 percent for the six months. Forest River held the No. 1 spot year-to-date with a 35.9 percent market share followed by Thor (23.1 percent) and Winnebago (13.4 percent).


Year-over-year motorhome sales retreated 17.6% in October as the Class A and Class C markets both endured double-digit declines. For the first 10 months, overall motorhome sales were down just 0.3%, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI).

Thor Industries Inc. remained the overall motorhome sales leader through October with a 20.7% market share followed by Winnebago Industries Inc. (18.8%) and Forest River Inc. (11.9%).

In the Class A category, overall sales in October fell 15% compared with 2010 and dipped 0.5% year-to-date. Tiffin Motorhomes Inc. again held the No. 1 position for the 10 months, holding a 20.9% market share, just edging out Winnebago with a 20.1% share. Thor was No. 3, owning a 17.5% market share.

Class C sales dropped 21.7% for the month and were just two units down year-to-date. Thor was the leader through October, holding a 24.6% market share, followed by Forest River’s Coachmen division (18.7%) and Winnebago (17.1%).

Totals included rental fleet sales, which were marginal due to seasonal trends.

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