Class A Motorhomes

Class A Motorhomes:

Class A motorhomes are generally the largest. Units range in weight from 15,000 to 48,000 pounds and stretch from 25 to 45 feet in length. Describing them as "motorhomes" is no exaggeration. Class A units come with almost every comfort you would expect in a home, minus the yard. They are frequently constructed on custom undercarriages or on a 3-10 ton truck chassis. Many Class A motorhomes also feature an automatic slideout. At the touch of a button, motorhome owners can extend a portion of their RV's exterior wall outward to expand their living space. Class A motorhomes usually provide cooking facilities, a refrigerator, heating, air conditioning, a self-contained toilet, water tanks (fresh water, grey water, black water), faucets, sinks, a LP (propane) gas supply, a separate 100-125 volt electrical system, and a full array of appliances and entertainment features. They can sleep up to eight people, depending on the model and the floor plan. Prices range from $80,000 to above $700,000 for high end rear diesel models.

 

 

1 Sold - 2004 FLEETWOOD Southwind 36E Gas 2952
2 Sold - 2000 Forest River Georgetown 2938
3 Sold - 1997 Monaco Executive PB-FD 40' Diesel 3594
4 Sold - 2007 Monaco Cayman XL PDQ36 3001
5 2005 ALFA Diesel - 40’ “SEE YA" W/2 SLIDES - $95K 3488
6 Sold - 1998 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 36' 2891
 
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