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 View 24M Sprinter

Winnebago View 24M Sprinter

Chris Hemer
April 18, 2012

The humble Class C has always been one of the best choices for family use, and the new Winnebago View 24M is no different. With an overhead bunk, Comfort Sofa/Sleeper and BenchMark dinette that converts to a bed, it can sleep up to six and has a total of five belted seats. Class C’s also tend to be... Read more »

Coach House Debuts New One-Piece Fiberglass Manufacturing Process

Coach House Class C

March 20, 2012

Coach House Platinum Motorhomes recently revealed the one-piece fiberglass manufacturing process that accounts for its no-leak, no-squeak Class C motor home. The one-piece, gel-coated fiberglass body has been reinforced with carbon fiber to ensure that Coach House Platinum motorhomes do not leak, squeak... Read more »

Winnebago View 24M

Winnebago View 24M

Chuck and Teresa Campbell
February 15, 2012

Winnebago Industries has the diesel-powered, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis pretty well figured out when it comes to developing successful motorhome floorplans for its compact frame. And just when you thought there was little else it could do in the way of new layouts for this lightweight, fuel-efficient... Read more »

2011 Winnebago View Profile 24G

2011 Winnebago View Profile 24G

June 7, 2011

Winnebago’s 2011 Euro-styled View Profile 24G, built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, features all the comforts of home in a dual-slide Class C motorhome. Behind the front cab is a stylish curbside galley and opposite is a streetside convertible sofa sleeper segment with slideout. Combined, these... Read more »

2011 Winnebago Itasca Impulse Silver 26QP

2011 Winnebago Itasca Impulse Silver 26QP

March 7, 2011

Over the course of many years, Class C motorhomes built on van cutaway chassis have been the “go to” vehicle for countless RV enthusiasts. This trend has been driven in large part by several factors, including affordability, ease of handling, and of course, a level of comfort and amenities often... Read more »

2011 Jayco Melbourne

2011 Jayco Melbourne

March 3, 2011

Looking for a motorhome with great features and room for the family, but don’t want to give up maneuverability and a budget-friendly price tag? The 2011 Melbourne by Jayco is a Class C that fits all of these criteria, with floorplans ranging from just under 26 feet to just over 31 feet.   The Melbourne... Read more »

2011 Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 31K

2011 Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 31K

February 1, 2011

Having the ability and accommodations to bring friends along on the family camping trip can add a new dimension of fun to the experience and the 2011 Thor Motor Coach Four Winds Class C provides that ability. First on a long list of features are the lowered mid-coach entry steps. With the first step... Read more »

2011 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 23RB

2011 Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite 23RB

September 1, 2010

All new from Holiday Rambler for 2011 is a Class C motorhome that would be perfect for a young family with small children just starting out or a couple of empty-nesters beginning the next chapter in the story of their lives. Either way, the Aluma-Lite 23RB can fill the bill. A few of the notable highlights... Read more »

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