The very name “recreational vehicle” implies a mode of transportation that provides the perfect venue for recreation and relaxation. Campervans are homes on wheels, providing all the conveniences of a house in one compact, mobile package. RVs are a popular form of travel for families, retirees and those who travel for their jobs. In fact, one in 12 drivers in America own an RV.
Choices are abundant for those looking to buy an RV. Recreational vehicles are classified as A, B or C, based on size. Amenities and options are endless. Buyers can seek the help of a campervan hire broker to help them sort through the options and find a vehicle that best suits their needs. Class A RVs are considered the “top of the line.” They are the largest, measuring from 21 to 45 inches, and the most luxurious. They often feature “slide outs” to further increase space and comfort. Consider the nation's top five class A recreational vehicles.
The Damon Essence RV comes with a 425 horsepower diesel engine and is built on a Freightliner chassis. Its luxurious interior features leather furnishings, a king size bed, convertible sofa, recessed lighting, ceramic tile and large LCD televisions in the living area and bedroom. The kitchen features a refrigerator with icemaker, three-burner cooktop, microwave oven that doubles as a convection oven, Corian countertops, solid wood cabinetry and furniture. This model comes with a $260,365 price tag.
The Beaver Patriot Thunder RV is considered the most expensive, starting at $475,000. Travelers enjoy a luxurious wood interior, designer furnishings, private bath, three LCD TVs and two washers and dryers.
The 2011 Monaco Diplomat is considered a great deal, providing luxurious accommodations for just over $300,000. It comes with a Cummins ISL 425 HP engine, offering a powerful driving experience. The interior boasts hardwood cabinets, a refrigerator featuring a wood panel exterior, Corian countertops, stainless steel sink, a pull-out countertop extension, ceramic tile, luxurious carpeting and blackout shades.
The American Eagle by American Coach motorhome features a a Liberty chassis and offers a choice of a 425 or 500 horsepower diesel engine. This RV offers abundant space, featuring slide boxes that are 30 inches deep and full-wall extensions on certain models. It comes with luxurious furnishings, including a Villa leather convertible sofa, a large wardrobe, designer chairs, Masland carpeting and solid wood cabinets. Additional details include custom molding, decorative tile flooring and slide-out extensions. The American Coach designers have gone to great lengths to make the details really stand out on this model. The American Eagle sells for $461,160.
The Damon Tuscany is considered the best motorhome for the price, starting at only $222,880. It features a Freightliner raised chassis, floorplans with three, four or five slide extensions, dual pane windows with electronic day and night shades, a king sized bed and central vacuum system. The kitchen features many upgrades, including a wood-paneled refrigerator, ceramic tile and Coriancountertops.
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