by Bob Ashley
November 26, 2013

  In a Market Dominated by the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Chassis, Several New Players Emerge for 2014   Change is coming to the Class B motorhome market in 2014 with two new European-based platforms on which RV manufacturers are expected to build: The new ProMaster van, already available from Chrysler’s... Read more »



by Chris Hemer
November 25, 2013

This New Quad-Slide Diesel Pusher from Forest River Offers High-End Amenities and Room for Entertaining For many of us, the end goal in a lifetime of RV experience is a diesel pusher. When it comes to long-distance travel, the appeal of one of these coaches is hard to ignore; rolling effortlessly down... Read more »

Vista 31KE


October 30, 2013

  Winnebago adds a new floor plan for 2014 that 
emphasizes sleeping, storage and an entry-level price   When a potential buyer of a Class A motorhome hears or reads about an entry-level product, the message conjures an image of a coach that’s going to be missing a number of creature comforts.... Read more »

New for 2014: Pre-show units now available to consumers


by Kristopher Bunker
October 4, 2013

  As the calendar flips to the latter part of the year, many motorhome owners have an ear to the ground to hear about the newest models. Oftentimes, new model-year coaches are introduced exclusively at industry shows — with public unveiling at a later date. However, many new-for-2014 motorhomes... Read more »

American Revolution 38s


by Bob Livingston
September 30, 2013

  Fleetwood’s 38S model may be 
the smallest coach in the 
veteran builder’s higher-end lineup, 
but it’s packed with all the 
features expected for luxury living   In the world of luxury coaches, space is an important consideration. So when Fleetwood released its 2014 American... Read more »

Southwind 36L


Chuck and Teresa Campbell
September 4, 2013

  Fleetwood RV of Decatur, Ind., has recently unveiled a bath-and-a-half 36L floorplan to complement its ever-popular lineup of Southwind motorhomes. As one of the company’s top-of-the-line gas coaches, this 36-foot 11-inch dual slide unit will accommodate five to six people comfortably, and appears... Read more »

Tiffin Allegro 36LA


Laura Michaels
August 28, 2013

  It was the Allegro line that helped launch the Tiffin brand more than 40 years ago, and today this Class A coach is still a popular choice for motorhome owners. Six floorplans fill out the 2013 Allegro lineup, ranging from 31-and-a-half feet to just shorter than 37 feet and all employing Tiffin’s... Read more »

The Fine Life


Bob Livingston
August 5, 2013

Cruising the highway in an ultra-luxurious 45-foot motorcoach is an experience unmatched in the 
motorhome world. Those who haven’t piloted one of these behemoths of the road can only surmise that they must be special since most celebrities opt for this mode of ground travel. After all, performers... Read more »

Winnebago’s Itasca Meridian 34B, Diesel Pusher is Ready for the Road

Beachside with the Winnebago’s Itasca Meridian 34B, Pusher

Bob Livingston
July 3, 2013

  In the world of upper-class coaches, the Itasca Meridian fits right in. It’s not opulent by any means, but it does have enough high-end features to satisfy the needs of discriminating buyers. Well-thought-out floorplans combined with eye-appealing (and comfortable) Ultraleather-clad furniture,... Read more »

Winnebago Sightseer 33C


Bob Livingston
June 17, 2013

When Winnebago introduced the Sightseer in 2002, it was aimed at buyers looking for a value-priced Class A but with enough niceties to step up from entry level. Over the years the Sightseer has been a bread-and-butter coach for the company and has served its owners well. While its popularity hasn’t... Read more »

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