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What is the Difference Between a Class B and a Class C Motorhome

What is the Difference Between a Class B and a Class C Motorhome



If you are in the market for a new motorhome, you will find that there are several options to choose from. There are a number of floorplans and amenities to choose from, the possibilities are almost endless. Before you can choose what type of amenities you need in your motorhome, you need to decide what class of motorhome would best suit your needs. Motorhomes are categorized into two classes: Class B and Class C. Here is a look at the two different classes to help you decide which would be best for you.

 

Class B Motorhomes

These smaller motorhomes are often confused with conversion vans. Because they are smaller in size, Class B motorhomes are considerably easier to maneuver through narrow streets and parking lots. These motorhomes are usually between 21 feet and 24 feet long.

These motorhomes are quite different than a typical conversation van because it has all of the conveniences and necessities of home. Most Class B motorhomes come with amenities like a bathroom with built-in shower and sink. They can also come with kitchens that are equipped with a refrigerator, stove, and other appliances. They even have fresh water and wastewater storage units. Because of their small frame, they don't feature separate bedrooms. Instead, the living room transforms into your bedroom and can be loaded with everything from the latest smart TVs to some of the most comfortable furniture. With the way the lighting is arranged help to add to the feel of home, making it easier to relax.

This type of motorhome is perfect for one to two people to comfortably sleep in. Though not having the power of the larger motorhome, the gas motor still has plenty of taking options and is powerful enough to tow your favourite watercraft or other items.

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Class C Motorhomes

At first glance, one can see some of the major differences between class B and Class C. The most notable difference is the size. Everything past the cab is reconstructed to be more like a home, providing more general room than the smaller Class B.

The kitchen comes with a larger refrigerator and freezer. The ranging unit offers more cooking space with bigger counters and deeper sinks, which helps to make preparing meals much easier. The added space in the cabinets gives you more room to store more pans and cooking utensils.

The living room is also much bigger, allowing you to have full-sized couches and other furniture, and can come with slideouts to give you more space, which allows the RV to feel even more like home.

The bathrooms are also roomier and feel more like an actual room than a closet. So showering and getting dressed is much less stressful and the larger water tanks for both fresh and wastewater will allow for longer showers. The Class C motorhome also comes with a bigger AC/ heating unit and better insulation help keep the interior more comfortable and lower the energy costs.

Class C Motorhomes are usually able to sleep up to seven people, which makes it perfect for larger families. able to occupy up to seven individuals.

Having a motorhome can add some adventure and comfort into your life. Whether you are looking for a Class B or a Class C motorhome, here at The Hitch House, we have a wide selection of motorhomes to fit every need and budget.

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