Escape Vehicle


By Chris Hemer
January 27, 2016

  When you want to get away in style, the Winnebago Sightseer provides the space and features for families large and small Finding a Class A motorhome that speaks to your emotional and practical sides isn’t always as easy as it seems. Often, a motorhome that seems large enough for everyone really... Read more »

Seneca 37HJ


By Kevin Livingston
December 17, 2015

  Jayco’s Super C, built on a Freightliner M2 cab and chassis, is earmarked for diesel-power fans who want something different without sacrificing luxury   While motorhome ownership has its perks and pleasures, finding the right fit for your lifestyle among the long list of Class A, B and... Read more »

The Phantom is Real


By Bob Livingston
November 19, 2015

  It’s easy — and fun — to add personal touches when buying a new Nexus Super C factory-direct Buying a new motorhome is a very personal experience. Most people in the market shop diligently, looking for models, floorplans and options that fit their lifestyle. Often, compromises are made... Read more »

Mighty Red


By Donya Carlson
October 20, 2015

  Winnebago’s Travato 59K beckons to adventure-seeking RVers with an active lifestyle   My friend, Jerry, used to sign his emails with “Adventure isn’t fun while it’s happening.” No matter how many times I read that tagline, it would make me chuckle and think back to some crazy... Read more »

Tuscany 45AT

The Tuscany 45AT, shown above in the Oasis full-body paint scheme, has handsome graphics and a sleek appearance that exudes luxury.

By Bob Livingston
September 28, 2015

  Thor Motor Coach responds to customer feedback and pulls out all the stops in its 2016 luxury motorhome line   When Thor Motor Coach took over the reigns for building the Tuscany, the brand was under the Damon banner. At its inception, the Tuscany was positioned as a higher-end coach,... Read more »

Action Hero


By Chris Hemer
August 25, 2015

  Winnebago’s smallest Adventurer is ready for big fun with four slideouts and plenty of living space It wasn’t that long ago that a quad-slideout motorhome was considered the pinnacle of luxury, the ultimate expression of the mobile lifestyle. All you had to say was, “It’s a quad-slide... Read more »

Phoenix Rising


By Donya Carlson
July 20, 2015

  The 2552 twin-bed rear-bath Phoenix Cruiser Class B-plus has a bright and open floorplan that truly shines Even before I saw the Phoenix Cruiser, I already liked it because of the name. And there had to be a backstory about why an RV is named after a mythological bird that dies in a fire of... Read more »

Class B Trailblazer


By Donya Carlson
June 24, 2015

  The Roadtrek CS Adventurous with E-trek package reaches a level of sophistication not typically seen in a Class B My dad stepped into the CS Adventurous through the sliding side door, took a look around, then stepped back out to take a second look at the marque on the side. “This is a Roadtrek?”... Read more »

The Simple Life


By Chris Hemer
May 21, 2015

  Jayco’s new Alante Class A is a right-sized motorhome that makes buying — and living — easier   The world is turning. Time marches on. As keenly aware as we all are of this, and as much as we can appreciate the modern world, we often find ourselves longing for the simpler things in... Read more »

Itasca Sunova 35G


By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Great livability both on and off the road makes this triple-slide coach a good choice for entertaining family and friends   At some point when shopping for a Class A motorhome, the inevitable question will be raised: Gas or diesel? From a financial standpoint, it used to be a pretty cut-and-dried... Read more »

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