Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Identifying Classes of Motor Homes

Many customers have questions about the differences between Class A, Class B, and Class C 
 motor homes. This post will help you understand the sizes and appearance differences among the three classes!

Class A Motor Homes are the largest motorhome out of all of the classes we will be examining. The Class A is shaped like a large coach bus. If you are planning to travel across the country with your family, a Class A is the way to go! The long length and numerous slides is more than enough room for a family to have space their own space, but yet spend time together out on the road. 

Class B Motor Homes are the smallest 
motorhome out of all three classes. The Class B motor homes are shaped like large vans. These are perfect for couples who don't want a lot of room! You can also notice that the Class B motor homes do not have a cab over top of the driver and passenger seats. Many people like this class for that very reason, because they say it is easier to see when driving.

Class C Motor Homes are larger than a Class B and small than a Class A. The Class C is the perfect size for a small family or a couple who likes the room! This unit provides enough space to comfortably move around without the hassle of driving a large unit over the size of 40+ feet! The cab over the driver and passenger seat provides extra room for storage/sleeping space. 

Susquehanna Valley RV does not provide new motor homes, but we do get used motor homes from trades that go fast! If you're looking for a motorhome call the Susquehanna Valley RV (570)374-2267 to see what we have on our lot! Motor homes are a great way to avoid the hassle of the hooking up and unhooking your trailer from your vehicle! Come on over to Susquehanna Valley RV and we'll help you start planning your summer adventures!