New Renegade Villagio is Certified Green

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Laura Michaels, Managing Editor
June 10, 2013

  The newest line of Class C motorhomes from Renegade RV has earned “Certified Green Silver” status from TRA Certification. The new Villagio was examined by TRA Certification in several categories, including resource efficiency, energy efficiency, water efficiency, indoor air quality... Read more »

A Classy C

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
October 22, 2012

When I got hooked on the RV lifestyle, motorhomes were a novelty. The motorized segment of the industry was experimenting with various configurations, many of which were quite comical when compared to today’s motorhomes. Pickup campers were plentiful, and probably were considered the most common “self-propelled”... Read more »

Winnebago Brings Back Minnie Winnie

2014 Minnie Winnie 31K

Press Release
September 20, 2012

  Winnebago Industries has re-introduced its iconic Winnebago Minnie Winnie name, launching a new Class C product line with a targeted MSRP starting around $60,000. The Minnie Winnie is debuting with the 31K floorplan at the Elkhart County RV Open House in northern Indiana. The Minnie Winnie will... Read more »

Lazy Daze 24-Foot Twin King Bed

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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 »

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

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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 »

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