Recreational vehicle

Recreational vehicle types

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Recreational vehicles


Once you’ve decided that the RV lifestyle is right for you, you can start to learn about the many varieties of recreational vehicles for sale here at Want Ad Digest. Whether you choose to buy new or used, you will find a wide array of qualified advertisements and listings to choose from—including leading RV manufacturers such as Pace, Jayco, Winnebago, Gulfstream and more. Types of recreational vehicles (RVs) range from towable trailer types to the motor homes, including the Class A motor home, Class B motor home (also known as a “camper van”) and the Class C motor home. Each has its own assortment of advantages and/or disadvantages with regard to price, driving dynamics and amenities.

Class A Motor Homes

The Class A motor home is constructed upon a stripped truck chassis, and features a driving compartment that’s an integral part of the interior. In general, Class A’s offer a number of advantages including spacious floor plans, excellent drivability, superb storage space, an elevated driver position for enhanced visibility, as well as a living space that’s accessible while driving and eliminates the need for needing to tow a second vehicle. Class A’s also include a bus conversion subtype, which has received significant internal and external remodeling. Other Benefits include:

  • Spacious Floor Plans
  • Excellant Drivability
  • Elevated Driver Position for Visibility
  • Plenty of Living Space

Class B Motor Homes

Class B motor homes, also referred to as “camper vans”, are smaller than Class A motorhomes. Built on a van chassis, they typically provide the driving dynamics and versatility of a family car, while delivering several of the motor home attributes of the Class A. For starters, you’ll enjoy better fuel economy than other motor home models. They’re easier to maneuver and, at an average of 16 to 21 feet, Class B motor homes are also much easier to store when not in use. Other Benefits include:

  • They Provide the Driving Dynamics & Versatility of a Family Car
  • The are Great on Fuel
  • Easy to Maneuver
  • Easy to Store When not in Use

Class C Motor Homes

Finally, there’s the Class C motor home, which is a scaled down version of a Class A. It offers similar amenities—kitchen, refrigerator, microwave, bathroom, sink and shower—along with air conditioning, heating, TV, a sofa and sleeps up to eight. The Class C is also easier to drive than larger RVs, even though it ranges in length from 20 to 32 feet. Other Benefits include:

  • Offers a kitchen, refrigerator, bathroom & More
  • Sleeps up to 8
  • Easy to Drive
  • They are Less Expensive

Want Ad Digest has an abundance of used RVs for sale in all three classes. So start shopping, right here, right now. The vacation home of your dreams could be just a few clicks away.

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