“We’ve been using it [TRADE CYCLE] for about a year and have had real, honest success with it… it’s pretty darn close to getting a customer a reasonable evaluation of a trade value…”
DPS guaranteed me [they] would convert more web visitors into customer opportunities and that’s exactly what they’ve done for Great American RV Superstores.
If you’re not using it, guys, you’re really missing out. There’s no reason to not have it on your website. It really just drives the leads; really helps streamline your process…
Ethan Mann, Internet Manager for Space Coast H-D, says they get between 10-20 sales from from TRADE CYCLE leads; and, the staff at DPS has seamless integration and fits right into the CRM. Ethan looks forward to getting more sales from TRADE CYCLE in the future.
Buckeye Sports Center recommends Digital Power Solution’s trade value service: “Trade Cycle Marine has been a significant time saver for our sales staff and customers are getting more prompt responses to desired ballpark trade value. We would recommend this to any dealer who wants to improve their online platform or wants to save valuable time for the sales team.”
Taking a closer look at the markets, we see that the average selling price for motorized units was $48,361, which is up $4,142 (9.3%) from the previous month. Towables came in at $15,912, down $23 (0.1%) from last month. One year ago the average motor home sold for $48,269 and the average towable unit brought $13,939.
The family of Bluegrass RV locations began using TRADE CYCLE by Digital Power Solutions in April 2019. In 2 months, they’ve received over 200 leads!
Now that spring is finally here, dealers are seeing an increase in floor traffic on their lots and strong interest at shows. We have noted an uptick in volume for the second month in a row at the wholesale auctions as dealers continue to fill out their inventories.
“Entry-level, affordable, and mid-range units lead the way as the Powersports market enters spring. Warmer weather has brought most segments of the market significant increases in value, which is a welcome development as the retail selling season is upon us.” – Scott Yarborough
2018 was a slow start for the powersports market but had strong growth throughout spring and summer, and, surprisingly throughout fall too. NADAguides predicts a positive 2019, according to early January results.