In this week’s RVTravel.com newsletter, publisher Chuck Woodbury asks the question … “when does an RV manufacturer quit making what it likes and starts making what its customers want?”
Woobury went on to say: “RV manufacturers whose mission is to sell in volume should put the skids on production of monster RVs, and start concentrating on quality products that can be towed by small cars or powered by fuel-efficient engines. Progress is definitely underway, but too many RV makers are still stuck in their old ways.”
In another article, RVtravel.com blogger and “Professor of RVing” Jim Twamley offers his most biting commentary to date about the future of RVing.
Read more on both articles by clicking on: “RV Travel 356: More grim news about the RV industry.”