High Marks for Class Bs

By Kristopher Bunker
May 23, 2017

  Eight smaller motorhomes that earn an A for livability Class B motorhomes have always been revered for their ease of driving, fuel economy and minimal learning curve to operate. What they haven’t necessarily been known for is their livability, often requiring a number of concessions from the... Read more »

Master Class: Winnebago’s new Paseo 48P

By Chris Hemer
March 29, 2017

  You really can have it all in a small motorhome The more you think about our changing world, with its crowded cities, highways and vacation hot spots, the more the European model for a motorhome begins to make sense. They’re designed for narrow roads, all-weather conditions and small families... Read more »

The Recreational Vehicle Industry’s Biggest Event

By Kristopher Bunker/The RVBusiness Staff
February 3, 2017

  Annual trade show reveals the latest and greatest of all things RV Each year, the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) hosts a national trade show to showcase the latest offerings from RV manufacturers. The event — held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville — may not... Read more »

Getting Aktiv

By Barb Riley
January 2, 2017

  German manufacturer Hymer enters the North American market with a Class B that uses European ingenuity to lure enthusiasts into the versatility of a compact motorhome The RV industry has seen a lot of shifts in the manufacturer scene over the last few years. Mostly, companies have either been... Read more »

New Motorhomes for 2017

the RVBusiness staff
December 20, 2016

  Manufacturers continue to develop more fully equipped, easy-to-drive motorhomes, while consumers also see the return of some old favorites   If you need any more convincing that comfortable camping is back in vogue, consider this: the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) — the... Read more »

B’s of Azur

By Dave Riggs
August 26, 2016

  Avion Vans joins the luxury Class B market with factory-direct Sprinter-based conversions Those with creative ideas are often lauded for their ability to think outside the box. But in the case of motorhome design, quite the opposite is true. A new motorhome essentially begins its life as a box,... Read more »

An Airstream Interstate Grand Tour

By Donya Carlson
May 25, 2016

  The new EXT model Class B from the iconic RV builder has the efficiency to take travelers on or off the beaten path in luxury Airstream’s Interstate is one of the top-selling Class B diesel motorhomes in the United States. Which seems ironic, simply because on our recent adventure with a... Read more »

Here Comes The Boom!

By Ty Adams
September 29, 2015

  Class A motorhomes are leading the charge with new and exciting changes for 2016; makers of Class C’s and Class B’s are also adding new models and appealing features While the RV industry has not only been on the rebound but actually flirting with all-time record sales for the last few... 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 »

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