Winnebago Itasca Sunstar 35B

Itasca Sunstar 35B Dash

Laura Michaels
October 12, 2012

Winnebago Itasca Sunstar 35B For many years Winnebago’s Sunstar served as Itasca’s Class A gas motorhome, one with all the basics but not a lot of highline options. That all changed with the debut of its 2013 floorplans. The Sunstar still fills its niche as a value-priced pick for a range of buyers,... Read more »

Tiffin Phaeton 42LH

Tiffin Phaeton 42LH on the road

Laura Michaels
September 17, 2012

A household name in the Class A diesel-pusher market, the Phaeton has been Tiffin’s bestselling model for nine years — and the industry’s top-selling diesel for six. Touted by the company as a coach that delivers luxury and practicality at a greater value, the Phaeton has plenty to live up to.... Read more »

Phoenix Cruiser 2910T

Phoenix Exterior

Bruce Hampson
September 10, 2012

In the alphabet soup of motorhome designations, Class B-plus is easily the most misunderstood. These motor­homes are an outgrowth of a group of vehicles originally deemed “van conversions” — though that description is woefully inadequate for today’s crop of extraordinarily outfitted “killer... Read more »

Lazy Daze 24-Foot Twin King Bed

24FTwinKing

Laura Michaels
August 8, 2012

Built-to-order, factory-direct motorhomes have been the business model of Lazy Daze Inc. for 56 years. The Class C manufacturer has staked its reputation in quality workmanship and claims selling directly from the factory allows it to offer high-quality, well-equipped coaches at competitive prices. With... Read more »

Fleetwood Excursion 33A

Fleetwood Excursion 33A blurb

Chuck and Teresa Campbell
July 11, 2012

Sizes of motorhomes, including Class A gas and diesel units, have been trending downward for a multitude of reasons, including the quest for better fuel economy, improved access to camping locations and mobility in increasingly congested driving environments. With thoughts of shorter diesel floorplans... Read more »

Newmar Bay Star Sport 3310

Newbar Bay Star Sport 3310 Exterior

Laura Michaels
June 27, 2012

As part of their effort to grow the RV market,  motorhome manufacturers are taking aim at first-time buyers, and for Newmar Corp. that means creating an entry-level fleet with a high-end feel and no shortage of standard features. The all-new Bay Star Sport lineup, which the company calls the “best... Read more »

Nexus Viper 29V

Nexus Viper 29v

Fred Pausch
June 13, 2012

Celebrating its second year in business, start-  up motorhome manufacturer Nexus RV and its cadre of 30 experienced craftspeople have hit the pavement running with several floorplans, lengths and features they believe define the best of Class B-plus and Class C motor­home living. The factory-direct... Read more »

Jayco Seneca 36FK: A New Breed of Class C

SEN36FK clipped

Fred Pausch
May 2, 2012

During a very successful six-year run of the popular Seneca, chassis builder General Motors ceased production of its Topkick/Kodiak medium-duty chassis, forcing Jayco to find a suitable replacement. With past and present owner input in mind, the Seneca went on a complete redesign hiatus for much of 2011,... Read more »

Winnebago Sprinters: Head-To-Head Comparison

RV Sprinter Comparisons

Chris Hemer
April 18, 2012

We didn’t know it at the time, but the new millennium would bring with it the biggest change the motor­home industry had seen in decades. As we rolled along contentedly in our Dodge, Ford or Chevy-based Class B’s and C’s, a new platform was preparing to make its debut on our shores. It was small,... Read more »

Itasca Reyo 25R Sprinter

Winnebago Itasca Reyo 25R Sprinter

Chris Hemer
April 18, 2012

The Itasca Reyo represents a remarkable achievement for Winnebago Industries, offering a very well-executed Class A silhouette and craftsmanship that you would expect from a small coach that costs more than $120,000 in its base form. Available in three floorplans, the 25Q, the 25T and the 25R — which... Read more »

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