These are the bus-like RVs that you’ve seen in movies like in Robin Williams’ classic RV and in Universal Studio’s Meet the Fockers. The chassis is designed specifically for these motorhomes and shipped to the RV manufacturer bare-bones like a blank canvas.
Class A motorhomes are powered by a gasoline or diesel engine. Diesel engine motorhomes are commonly referred to as “pushers” because the engine is placed in the rear and pushes the coach down the road.
Some advantages of the Class A motorhome include:
- Ability for adult passengers to access conveniences like the bathroom and refrigerator while the motorhome is moving
- Nearly unlimited luxuries, many with home-like features such as clothes washer and dryer, two bathrooms, induction cooktop, and residential refrigerator
- Best in class exterior storage with large pass-thru compartments that can accommodate larger items like grills, coolers and patio furniture
- Multiple slide-outs to increase living and storage space
- Some models offer toy hauler capability making it easy to transport ATVs, bikes or kayaks
- Higher towing capacity for hauling a cargo trailer, vehicle or toy
Length: Usually 26 to 45 feet
Sleeps: Typically 4 or more with bunk bed option