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Difference Between Class A & Class C

Class A and Class C motorhomes both offer great amenities. Different driving styles and layouts between the two. Visit our dealership to experience the difference and see which you prefer.

Class A

  • Ford Triton V10 362 HP
  • Drives comparable to a bus, floating and smooth driving experience
  • Panoramic, wide open viewing, extra space around driver’s seats
  • Flat shaped front end
  • Driver’s seats often used as living chairs
  • Typically 12 feet in exterior height
  • Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks usually standard
  • Industry standard usually over 30 feet in length
    • Specialty coaches are shorter at 25 or 27 feet
    • Coaches longer than 35′ most likely have 2 A/C units and require 50 Amp power. These spots are usually limited or not available at provincial or state parks

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Class C

  • Ford Triton V10 305HP
  • C-shaped front end with overhang over cab
  • Cab over option: queen bunk or entertainment option
  • Comparable to driving style of pick up truck
  • Typically 11 feet in exterior height
  • Unit length varies from 23 feet to 32
  • Leveling jacks not required under 30′ length, automatic hydraulic jacks are an option from most brands

2014 Sunseeker 3010

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What is different about travel in a motorhome?

Travelling in a motorhome offers self-sufficient travel so that you can stay overnight in a remote location with power supplied by a generator and propane as well as a water tank for bathroom and kitchen facilities.
Many people travel with pets by motorhome so that they are not leaving their furry friends in a kennel or the back of a truck. Many coaches now offer pet amenities like food dishes, low windows, leash tie downs, etc.

See more reasons why travelling in a motorhome is so different!

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