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 we’ll 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, typically 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 their 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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