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Motorhome industry sees explosion in registrations with figures more than doubling in the last two years alone

New figures for the first quarter of 2021 released by SPGC (Stowarzyszenie Polska Grupa Caravaningowa) and PZPM (Polish Automotive Industry Association) also show an increase in the number of new motorhomes being registered, going from 252 to 413.
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Motorhome registration in Poland has risen by over 200 percent since 2016, with the first quarter of 2021 seeing an increase of 156 percent year on year.

New figures for the first quarter of 2021 released by SPGC (Stowarzyszenie Polska Grupa Caravaningowa) and PZPM (Polish Automotive Industry Association) also show an increase in the number of new motorhomes being registered, going from 252 to 413.

The sale of used motorhomes also went up, going up by over 100 percent year on year while the sale of used caravans was up by 46 percent in the same period.

The sale of used motorhomes also went up, going up by over 100 percent year on year while the sale of used caravans was up by 46 percent in the same period.motorhome.pl

Sebastian Klauz, vice-president of SPGC and publisher of the Polish Caravanning magazine said: “The dynamic sales growth that started a year ago is gaining momentum this year.

“The euphoria felt at the end of the year in the caravanning industry is slowly becoming a common phenomenon. Certainly, such optimism will last a long time.

“All the time, a large proportion of new vehicles go to rental companies, which are growing like mushrooms after rain. And this is due to the pandemic and noticeable aversion to large hotel facilities.”

Data obtained by motorhome.pl shows a dramatic rise in the popularity of new motorhomes being registered, pointing to more Poles taking staycations and exploring the abundant countryside native to them.motorhome.pl

Meanwhile, data obtained by motorhome.pl shows more Poles taking staycations and exploring the abundant countryside native to them.

Writing on their website, the company said: “If we add up the number of imported motorhomes (new and used), the number of motorhomes in Poland produced and built by larger and smaller producers (changes of destination) and the number of motorhomes from official sales networks of individual brands, it is clearly visible how rapidly the number of motorhomes in our country is increasing.”

Poland currently has over 300 registered campsites as well as a number of specialist sites dedicated to motorhomes.motorhome.pl

Poland currently has over 300 registered campsites as well as a number of specialist sites dedicated to motorhomes.

Polish roads have been designed for the optimal flow of logistic traffic and Polish drivers are used to dealing with large vehicles on their roads, meaning that many of the problems faced by motorhomes on tight winding southern European roads or narrow country lanes in the UK don’t apply. 

Motohome said on its website: “If we add up the number of imported motorhomes (new and used), the number of motorhomes in Poland produced and built by larger and smaller producers (changes of destination) and the number of motorhomes from official sales networks of individual brands, it is clearly visible how rapidly the number of motorhomes in our country is increasing.”motorhome.pl

Dariusz Wawrzyniak, president of Polska Grupa Caravaningowa, told the Newseria website: “There are more and more professionally prepared places for campers and caravans in Poland. Most campsites have a place where you can throw off the grey water, fill the motorhome with clean water and connect to the electricity.

“This infrastructure is at the European level. We can already mention several dozen campsites in Poland that offer a standard known from Italy or Croatia.”


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