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As the cost of living continues to rise, caravan prices are expected to follow suit. From the surge in demand brought on by staycations in the UK and lack of overall supply, the average caravan price is set to increase quite dramatically in 2022.
After many outlets predicting the fall in price of caravans this year, the experts at The Caravan Place state costs have gone "completely the other way". In particular, buyers looking for touring caravans will see an increase in price. In January alone, the average touring caravan price went up on average £500-700, and is not set to decrease anytime soon.
Additionally, the experts at The Caravan Place have said there would not be a “huge amount” of new caravans produced this year - this may be due to the difficulty many manufacturers have faced due to both the COVID 19 pandemic and Brexit.
With these material sourcing difficulties, many companies have had to increase new 2022 caravan prices, with some models increasing by £15,000 in certain situations.
The Caravan Place state popular models such as the Swift Escape has gone up around £10,000 for 2022, which is a huge increase from it's 2021 predecessor.
Buyers should consider purchasing a caravan sooner rather than later this year - browse touring caravans here.
Caravan owners who are considering selling their caravans might be in for a nice cash boost this year - sell your caravan right here.
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