Class C RV, What is it?

Class C Motorhomes vs Class C RV

Class C Motorhomes are built on a Van Cut-a-way Chassis with an overhead bunk above the driver’s seat.

What is a Class C Motorhome?

Motorhomes are divided into several different classes based on their chassis, for now well only discuss how to identify a Class C Motorhome or Class C Recreational Vehicle.

Class C motorhomes are built on top of a full sized van chassis, where only the truck cab and frame are there to start. A Class C RV will have an overhang from the living or home portion of the coach, topically containing a bunk/sleeping quarters.

More about Class C Motorhomes:

Class C recreational vehicles are the most commonly sold motorhome in North America. These motorhomes commonly are available in lengths from 22′ up to 31 feet, comfortably sleep anywhere from 3 to 6 people. Most people find that C Class RVs are fairly easy to drive due to there relatively small size and the use of the van style chassis.

Most Common Class C Motorhome Brand (Four Winds RV)

Example of the most common brand of Class C Motorhomes, Four Winds by Thor Motorcoach.

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Shorter Diesel Motorhomes with Bunk Beds (Bunkhouse Diesel Pusher RV)

Look at the new Palazzo Diesel Pusher Motorhomes with Bunk Beds…

The new Palazzo Bunkhouse diesel motorhome is the 3rd shorter diesel pusher in the line up, this one geared towards family and flexibility.

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