Which Class of Motorhome should you choose?
So you finally have decided to take the plunge and purchase a motorhome for you and your familyís enjoyment. Great! The only problem is, where the heck do you start? There are so many different options to pick from, which one is truly right for you and your family? Donít fret. We are here to help. Below you will find the main differences between all of the Motorhome classes so you can have a better idea of which one is truly right for you.
Class A Motorhome
The biggest RVís available on the market. They range from 25 feet to 45 feet behemoths that will provide plenty of space for larger families. Obviously with the added space comes a steeper price tag. These RVís start at about $50,000 brand new and go up from there. They are usually very customizable and manufacturers offer a variety of options to please just about any buyer. These motorhomes can easily run into the million-dollar range if they are fully loaded with amenities.
Class B Motorhome
Do not be fooled because these are class Bís, they are not the step down from Class A motorhomes, they are actually the lower end of the market. They cost a great deal less than Class A and Class C motorhomes but naturally, have less features included. If you are in the market for something simple to just give you a peaceful weekend of relaxation, then this might be for you. Starting at $30,000, the Class B is often dubbed as the ďcamper vanĒ motorhome. It basically uses the same chassis but adds more roof space to give more room on the inside.
Class C Motorhome
Class C motorhomes are the closest thing to Class Aís that are available. They are often referred to as the ďminiĒ version of Class Aís. Furthermore, they are easily the most popular type of RV that means that manufacturers are improving the luxuries and material you can get with your Class C every year. The Class Cís often put an emphasis on safety and tend to come standard with airbags and seat belts that make them the preferred choice for safety conscious families. These RVís run for about $35,000 and the price can seriously inflate if you purchase more luxurious amenities.
Whatever choice you make, rest assured that you will be investing in a tool that will bring your family closer and will enhance all of your future family vacations.