A few words about pricing.
Many factors can effect the final price of any RV, such as whether you have a trade,
any non-standard or additional equipment installed, age, overall condition, etc.
The fastest way to get our best price on any RV is to contact us directly so one
of our sales experts can answer questions and assist you.
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Class B and Class C Motorhomes Are the Perfect Way to Spend Quality Time With Your
It's advisable to take action immediately, because the sooner you get moving the
faster boredom will pass. The first step you should take is to visit Lazydays.
The Lazydays Experience, In Search of the Best Class B and Class C Motorhomes
As you drive through the Lazydays entrance, you'll get a glimpse of our vast selection
of towable units, Class A, Class B and Class C motorhomes. Now brace yourselves
and get ready for an experience unlike any other. With a sea of RVs (big and small)
in front of you, it could be a little overwhelming. But don't worry, one of our
expert sales consultants will be more than happy to give you the grand tour.
In just a few questions (such as your needs, places you plan to travel and space
requirements), your sales consultant will be able to help you determine which Class
B and Class C models would suit your entire family, including the four-legged members.
Next on the agenda are the golf carts. Step onboard to embark on your tour as you
head toward your first destination, Class B motorhomes. You may feel a little something
strange sweep across your face. No, it's not the fresh air. It's smiles. Lazydays
is known for creating happiness and joy in anyone who visits, so breathe in the
fresh air and enjoy the adventure. First up on your tour of motorhomes, Class B.
Class B Motorhomes
"A van?" You may ask your sales partner as you pull up in front of the first set
of motorhomes. Class B motorhomes, also called camper vans or van conversions, look
like an average van with a slightly different roof than you're used to seeing and
come with either a gas or diesel engine. They are also quite easy to hook up at
campsites, and allow your family to enjoy the camping experience inside or out.
As you tour the models, your sales partner will point out that B-Class motorhomes
are smaller than A- and C-Class motorhomes. Class B motorhomes efficiently maximize
the space they have and their raised roofs allow passengers to fully stand up to
walk around in the cabin. You will also find that some Class B models, not all,
have a bathroom and shower. Since they are known for maximizing space, bathrooms
inside smaller Class B models could have a wet bath with a shower hung right above
the toilet. While larger Class B models may have slides, which add more interior
square footage for your family to stretch out and enjoy.
Your sales partner will also point out how Class B motorhomes are easy to drive,
maneuver and park, as well as how gas efficient they are in comparison to the other
two classes of motorhomes (Class C and A); they can be up to 50% more efficient.
Class B motorhomes can average 10 to 20 miles per gallon, depending on size and
length and whether they have a gas or diesel engine.
Onward and Upward to the Perfect Class C RV
Up next on your tour, C-Class motorhomes. As your sales partner drives your family
toward the next stop, he or she will explain the difference in C-Class versus what
you just saw with the Class B. The one feature that distinguishes Class B from Class
C – Class C motorhomes have a modified bunk over the cab. Your sales consultant
may also inform you that the over-cab bunk is now becoming more of an option than
a standard, and that you can choose between an above-cab entertainment system and
extra space for someone to sleep. Like the Class B, Class C motorhomes also come
with gas or diesel engines. Class C motorhomes can average between 5 and 10 miles
per gallon, which is less efficient than Class B motorhomes, but Class C motorhomes
come with more amenities.
C-Class Towing, Amenities and More
While your sales partner points out external features unique to a Class C RV, they'll
explain the advantages such as added freedom you get from its towing capacity. The
ability to tow a small vehicle is one particular benefit to owning this type of
RV. Class C motorhomes can stay hooked up at the campsite while your family travels
around town in the car you towed along. Plus, another added benefit to owning Class
C motorhomes is the additional interior space that can sleep six to eight people.
Like the Class B, Class C motorhomes are also built with a van frame. And unlike
Class B, Class C motorhomes generally have amenities similar to Class A motorhomes.
Plus, Class C motorhomes are easier to park than the larger Class A and are an ideal
choice for the active family.