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Class C Motor Home

Class C motor home is the right option if you are go for a motor home which is bigger than the Class B motor home and , but smaller than the Class A.

But, what is a Class C motor home? How does this type differ from the other two classes of motor homes?

Class C motor home is also known as mini motor home. On the most basic, the Class C type of motor home is the one recognized throughout the motor home industry for its unique cab-over bunk.

In simple terms, the Class C type is that which provides a sleeping bunk atop of the cab which can be utilized as a bedroom, in addition to the one which is installed in the back. When this addition compartment is not used as a sleeping section, then it can also be utilized as a storage area.

Class C motor home is built on what is popular as a cutaway van chassis. What this things means is in fact that the complete façade of the vehicle which covers the doors, dash, and cockpit area is constructed in the same manner as that of the van or pick up truck.

However, today this type has undergone several changes in terms of the appearance and capabilities. What are deemed wonderful about this motor home type are the following features:

Spacious and Fully Equipped

In general, the Class C motor home provides spacious rooms for ample living. Just like the other types of motor homes, it is full equipped with all the essentials needed by couples or families.

Like the Class A type, this motorized recreational vehicle at least four of permanently installed living system such as refrigeration or ice box, heating or air conditioning, cooking area, a portable water system, toilet, a separate 100 to 125 volt electrical systems, LP gas supply, and of course some sleeping facilities. Yes, all of these supplies and amenities can be found within a Class C motor home.

Extra Sleeping Bunk

As mentioned earlier, this compartment is available over the cab area. It can be considered as an additional sleeping area, but it can also be utilized as a storage room once it is not used as a bedroom.

Perfect for Towing

This feature is what basically makes Class C motor home similar to the Class B motor home type. Well, just like the Class B, this vehicle can tow a camper trailer, a boat or a smaller car which in turn can provide additional space for a comfortable living.

Slide Outs

Another notable feature found in both Class A and Class C motor home is slide outs. Just like in Class A motor home, the slide outs in the Class C type of motor home can be moved and adjusted at a touch of the button.

Since the RV’s exterior wall can be moved outward at a push of a button, it’s no wonder that you will obtain extra space that you can use as a sleeping area or a living room. Note that these slide outs will add up to an additional of one meter to the width of the Class C motor home.

So that’s said. the conveniences and comforts that its Class A and Class B can be found in Class C motor homes counterparts are capable of giving. What basically differentiates it from the two is the fact that it is a hybrid form of motor home that it is built by taking the chassis of a van and constructing a travel trailer body onto it.