Lazy Daze of Montclair, California, beginning its 51st year in business,
builds a Class C with class. The shorter mini-motorhomes are
maneuverable, and in most cases there is no need to tow a dinghy. With
better power-to-weight ratio, fuel economy is improved.
The 23 1/2-foot front dinette model boasts “Super Road
Manners.” The two-person dinette faces a convertible sofa that will
sleep either one or two, and the queen-size cabover bed offers a
comfortable hideaway for two adults or even three children. The
mid-galley on this model features a three-burner stove and oven, and a
two-door refrigerator. In the back of the rig, a rear bath with a
separate toilet and shower complete the floorplan. The mini, constructed
on a Ford E-450 super-duty chassis, includes four-wheel disc brakes
with anti-lock braking system and steel-belted radial tires.
Lazy Daze (www.lazydaze.com) is a factory-direct company and requires a $3,500 down payment to order a unit.