Leisure time is the best time to buy an RV from a dealer and owner. Private owners know they have to freeze and store it. Rather than having to remove the winter and the hassle of removing it, instead of having to pay to store the RV or trailer in the off-season storage, they can try to sell it quickly for whatever is available.
Merchants know that they can do better if they can increase their cash flow during the off season and land a portion of their surplus inventory. Reducing his inventory allows him to cut his interest expenses over the next 5 to 6 months.
The best time to buy an RV from a seller is about two weeks after it cools down and their buyer traffic is very slow. On the first day of snow, you can go to a big dealership and be their only one. Another time to buy from a dealer may be at an RV show or a dealer promotion. RV sales people are ready to sell as much as they can and you can leave with a theft.
The worst time to buy a new or used RV is before you are ready to leave for an RV tour. You are more interested in buying than selling them. If you tell them you plan to go to Disneyland next week and you want to visit it, they may decide that you are a very anxious buyer and try to get as much money as they can for the sale. It is usually best not to say anything so as not to cause anxiety.