• [Roadmaster Logo]
  • [Northwood Logo]
  • [RVibrake]
  • [Pleasure Way Logo
  • [Leisure Travel Vans Logo]
  • [Progressive Insurance Logo]
  • [RVT.com Logo]
  • [Lance Camper Logo]
  • [Safe T-Plus Logo]
  • [Coach House Logo]
  • [EEZ RV Products Logo]
  • [Geico Logo]
  • [Heartland RV Logo]
  • [Hensley/McKesh Mirror Logo]
  • [Highland Ridge RV Logo]
  • [Roadtrek Logo]
  • [Newmar Logo]
  • [Hymer Logo]
  • [Thor Motor Coach Logo]
  • [Truma Corp Logo]
  • [Suntrust Logo]
  • [KZ Logo]
  • [ADCO Logo]
  • [Spartan Power Logo]
  • [Winegard Logo]
  • [Icon Direct Logo]
  • [Lippert Components Logo]
  • [AP Products Logo]
  • [Oliver Travel Trailers Logo]
  • [CalMark Logo]
  • [Torklift Logo]
  • [Camco Logo]
  • [Phoenix USA Logo]
  • [Equal-i-zer Logo]
  • [Starcraft RV Logo]
  • [Blue Ox Logo]

Class A Motorhome

These motorhomes are positioned at the top of the RV arena as far as interior space, comfort and amenities are concerned. They’re also the most expensive.

A Class A starts as a rolling chassis with a powertrain, axles and a driver’s position with a steering column and hookups for the dashboard. The RV manufacturer adds the entire coach body from bumper to bumper, so there is a lot of flexibility.

Little is left out of a Class A. These rigs are fully self-contained and include the living amenities you’d expect in an RV. The lower-cost rigs have similarly-priced features and less “extras” than the high-end luxury models.

The principal drawbacks to these vehicles are cost, storage considerations, fuel use and maneuverability. As long as these factors are acceptable to you, a Class A can’t be beat for the ultimate in traveling comfort.