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What drives Airstreams’ high cost?

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The Airstream trailer has a good reputation despite its striking appearance. Compared to other brands, these brands produce fewer trailers and motorhomes. They are not cheap, which is one of the reasons. People often ask us, “Why are Airstreams so expensive? ”

Appearance

Airstreams’ aluminium bodies determine their price. A steel frame is riveted to an aluminium alloy shell to form an airstream. A riveted aluminium inner shell surrounds this insulator. Although the material is more expensive, the assembly takes more time. All rivets must be hand-placed and frame damage must be avoided to ensure a perfect seal. It is also impossible to drop appliances into the trailer from above. Construction costs will also rise.

Legendary Brands

Luxury is the hallmark of the Airstream. They are now marketed to upper-class and middle-class consumers. It’s obvious they’re more expensive. As a result, Airstream won’t produce a stripped down bargain trailer to protect its reputation.

Additional Features

Brand and body determine the price of Airstream, not just the apperance. Airstream builds its trailers with high-quality materials and custom cabinetry. Third-party components are used alongside Moen faucets. With comparable interior fittings, Airstream trailers share these attributes. It is rare to find a model with outright cheap components on Airstream. Tempered glass is often used on Airstreams. Small square windows or portholes are common on cheap trailers. Getting close to nature is easy with large windows in your Airstream. Wheels, axles, and brakes are of high quality.

A silver dream

Aluminium body, legendary brand, and high-quality components make Airstreams so expensive. Their lifetime journey on the open road will be trouble-free. A lifetime’s worth of service can be expected from them. Despite this, RVs remain some of the most elegant and stylish automobiles ever designed.

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