Best Class C Motorhomes Reviewed (Best Class C RV Motor Homes Of 2013)




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Ryan Tio Lim: Super wow..

rolloverriderpgr: A few have asked about a license. You do not NEED one BUT the CDL manual is recommended reading from me a 32 year OTR Vet. and CDL driving instructor from back in the mid 90's! The book can be gotten at the licensing place or downloaded from your states bureau. Read the book and understand what bigger vehicles need to know and then most dealers might have an orientation driving class you could take. Never turn down any free or paid training! Also go to trucker websites and even RV ones for tips or advice.

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Patrick Wagz: "Pilot" and "Co-pilot" seats??  Really?  This is simply a glorified van, not some sophisticated jet aircraft.  lol

Anthony Walker Sr: I'd like to have one before I retire 

Jeff Woodard: I be looking for one in the $50, 000 range with solor panels on top for the electrical stuff

Robert Williams: So how munch to move into one of theses and how munch would be the monthly payments be for say lets say $2500.00 down

Paa Hawkins: This is an honest question... Why does the Class C cost as much if not more than some Class A models? Even most 5th Wheels are far less, with more living space and some have more features. We've been doing extensive research the past 2 months and just couldn't place our hand on to why the cost of the Class C is so high compared to others. 

Best Motorhomes: I really love the new diesel Class C RVs or "Super C RVs" on the Ford F-550 RV Chassis.This is a motorhome I'd like to be selling... We'll be looking at the 2015 +Thor Motor Coach Super Class C Motorhomes this fall: RV Reviews: New Four Winds Class C Diesel Motorhomes (Super C Diesel Motorhomes)

William Krutt: For some reason, I got bit by the RV bug later in life @ 62. These things really intrigue the heck out of me. A month or so ago, at Samuel P. Taylor Park here
in Marin County, California, There was a couple together BBQ'ing in front of
a THOR "Vegas" motor coach RV. Thatg thing was drop dead gorgeous. Long story
short, they allowed me to take a peek inside, and it is every bit as liveable
as any home, and is quite plush inside. This particular couple retired -- they're
married -- and were living in the proverbial "empty nest", sold it, and bought
the THOR, and have never looked back. They had just gotten back from
Alaska, and not once even so much as entertained getting a motel room
somewhere. They made the trip entirely in their RV, and also LIVE IN IT
full time, and they LOVE IT. I can see why. It even had satellite TV
inside, and another flat screen behind a door on the patio side of the RV.
They were B B'ing and watching the Giants game on the exterior TV set
when I walked up. Nice people they were. I wish them the best.

William Krutt: I'm having a difficuly time distinguishing the difference between class "B" and class "C" motor coaches. I keep forgetting.

William Krutt: Dan Uhase: You don't need a special provision driver license, but as the other poster said, a bus/truck driving class or two under your belt before delivery definately
would be an asset, and you'd feel more comfortable. The only thing I've ever had to really watch out for is HEIGHT and rear-end swing-out during turns; particularly
tight right turns. Other than that, they're really quite easy to drive. I wouldn't
want to have to parallel park one of these bad boys, but you get my drift. Good luck
and best wishes. Bill.

Bryan Arias: Mzjdidksuixkshussk oh crap its great

Happy Traveler: I purchased a THOR Chateau, Class C from MHSRV. It was a great experience and I love the THOR motorhome. I live in California. Flew there, they picked me up at the airport. Stayed in their overnight parking the first night. It was great. Got a complete run through the next day on how everything worked. Then I embarked on a slow drive back to California and had a blast seeing all the sights on the way. I highly suggest  the experience. 

Girom Christian Calica: It's things like these that make me wish I lived in a vehicle instead of a house

Danny F: we bought this particular model a year ago in order to take our two grandsons and 5 poodles on road trips. can't do that in a motel! other than a few warranty issues concerning workmanship at the factory, we love our 31A..

Stephanie Mason: Love it, Love it Love it. Time to buy!!!!

John Salazar: went to your website no class B?

Ray Stamey sr: I made a commet on this And didnt get a commet back I wanted to say thank you

Ray Stamey sr: do you help any body get one ?
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Best Class C Motorhomes Reviewed (Best Class C RV Motor Homes of 2013) 5 out of 5

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