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Class C Motorhomes are an excellent choice

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Class C Motorhomes are an excellent choice for anyone looking for a home away from home experience! Built on a truck or van chassis, the front end of the vehicle is constructed in the same way as a van or pickup truck with an over-cab sleeping area, and is capable of towing up to 5,000 pounds.

At 18-35 feet in length, these motorhomes offer plenty of space and features like full kitchens and bathrooms, dinettes, beds, and living areas. The gas mileage of Class C Motorhomes can range from 10-20 mpg on average; however, this number may vary depending on the size, weight, and engine type of the specific vehicle as well as driving conditions. There are a number of options to choose from ranging from the basic to the more luxurious, with slide-outs adding extra space.

For those new to the RV lifestyle, Class C vehicles offer an ideal driving experience as it tends to have a more natural feel than driving a larger vehicle.

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Class C RVs FAQ

What is the average price of a Class C?

The average cost of a new Class C Motorhome typically ranges anywhere from $50,000 - $150,000 depending on the size and features included.

Generally, Class C motorhomes hold their value quite well over time. They are durable and reliable vehicles and you can expect a Class C RV to depreciate in value by around 20-25% over five years if maintained and stored properly.

If you are looking for the best possible deals, late fall is usually considered the optimal time to purchase a new Class C Motorhome as dealers put out their clearance models at that time. If you're open to buying a used model, then you will often find better deals in the spring or summer months when more people are selling their RVs. Find your next RV on

Not only is it against the law, but it is not safe for someone to sleep while the RV is in motion. Should the vehicle come to a rapid stop, your sleeping passenger may risk toppling out of bed.

A Class C motorhome can travel at speeds of up to 65 miles per hour, depending on the engine and transmission. It is important to remember that the weight and size of an RV may make it difficult to maneuver at higher speeds. Additionally, most states have speed limits for motorhomes that are lower than those for other vehicles.

It is relatively easy to drive a Class C Motorhome, as they are designed to be agile and maneuverable. That said, it can take some time to get used to the size and feel of a large recreational vehicle (RV). It is important to practice driving and parking your RV in a safe area before setting out on any journey.

The gas mileage of a Class C motorhome will depend on the model and engine size, but most models get around 9-14 miles per gallon. Larger models with powerful engines usually get lower gas mileage while smaller models can reach up to 18 miles per gallon. Additionally, adding accessories such as awnings or bike racks can affect your overall gas mileage.