Class A Motorhomes

Class A Campers

When it comes to motorhome RVs, there are three classes: A, B, and C. Class A RVs are among the largest, most expensive, and the most common self-contained campers. Class A campers will range in anywhere from 15,000 to 48,000;bs and 20 to 45 feet in length, depending on which model you choose to meet your vacation needs. There are many advantages to owning an RV with this size capacity, but do not be overwhelmed by the amenities and services. In this article, we layout the pros and cons of owning and operating a Class A motorhome in order to help you reach the most educated decision regarding your travel plans.

The first factor you are going to consider is price. As stated earlier, Class A RVs are among the more expensive models on the lot. They can range in price from anywhere between $80,000 and $700,000 per 2010 market trends. Each season, new models come out with more expensive features and luxurious amenities, increasing the price, so if you’re shopping around, make a list of what amenities you absolutely require in order to save yourself a few pennies. Because, remember, as soon as you pull the brand new RV off the lot, it is going to depreciate in value. Consider buying used if this is a deterrent for you.

Along with the price, these campers will also cost you in fuel efficiency, adding another price tag new buyers do not usually consider when they draw up their budgets.

The large size of Class A Campers offer many benefits to your vacation. They equal to the highway width limitation of 102 inches but come with many slide-outs that expand the living space to include things like dinettes, entertainment centers, and extra cabinet space. Not only will you, your family, friends, and pets be comfortable in these spacious RVs, but one you arrive at your location there is no need to check in to a hotel – you’re already home! Unlike smaller, tow-along campers which require set-up before everyone can get comfortable, Class A campers are self-contained and ready to go wherever and whenever you arrive. But, because of their large size, they are extremely difficult to navigate the narrow roads of a city. If you do want to travel into town, you may need to tow a car behind.

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