Triple E RV Leisure Vans Free Spirit

Triple E RV has made history in the RV industry with their Class B Free Spirit Leisure van. The 2013 Free Spirit SS is the industry’s very first Class B van that has a front living area slideout. It also has a unique three-piece, self-contained bathroom. There is lots of room in this van built on a MercedezBenz 3500 Sprinter Van, with dual rear wheels and a 170″ wheelbase, and a powerful 3 Liter V6 CDI Blue Tec Turbo Diesel 188 hp w/ Mercedes 5 Speed Auto Transmission engine. The cab features captain chairs that are ultra-leather with swing bases, cruise control and a tilt steering wheel. Remote locks and power windows add to the convenience of this Class B leisure van.

Amenities for the Free Spirit SS include a galley with a 3-way, 4.5 cu. ft. refrigerator/ freezer, Corian countertops, sink and stove covers and a microwave/conventional oven.  A sofa converts to a U-shaped table, and a built-in rear 22″ LED TV on swing arm c/w Antenna offers entertainment. With an optional rear powered sofa sleeper that converts to a queen bed, it sleeps 2 comfortably.

The stylish, full body exterior paint, high quality interior furnishings and solid wood cabinetry give the Free Spirit a beautiful interior that emits a classy look and layout. Adding to those details the fact that Triple E RV continues to be popular with owners, this may be a manufacturer you want to consider.

Our Motorhome Comparison Guide can help you weigh the pros and cons of Triple E with other popular Class B motorhome manufacturers. Be sure you know which company provides the best for your RV and traveling needs by purchasing our book and getting the facts, reviews and ratings of more Class B models and manufacturers…….Motorhome Guide Information

Roadtrek’s 210 Popular

Full-Featured Class B RV

Roadtrek has been a leader in the Class B motorhome industry for over 21 years and named the best-selling Class B motorhome in North America. So it is not uprising that the manufacturer provides a Class B motorhome that boasts more space and efficient engineering. That’s what you’ll find with Roadtrek’s 2013 210-Popular; design, engineering and functionality. Built on a Chevrolet Express 3500 widebody extended van, it has a 6.0L V-8 Engine. The body is made of a fully painted design and steel-cage-reinforced fiberglass. The 155-inch wheelbase provides a smooth ride and easy handling; not surprising as Roadtrek rates high when it comes to performance. Roadtrek started with a full van body and extended the frame 18” behind the rear wheels increasing the overall length to 21’ 11”. Roadtrek Co-chairman Jeff Hanemaayer said owners report getting around 15 mpg on the highway.

The 210 Popular has 74 inches of headroom, a fully enclosed, private bathroom, a GPS navigation system, iPod and Bluetooth phone interfaces, a backup camera with remote , dash AM/FM satellite radio and CD, MP3 and DVD players.  It features an amazing amount of storage, 74 cubic feet. The Popular has a 120-volt AC Dometic air conditioner and heat pump, box awning for entertaining ,faux leather seating for five, granite countertops, stainless steel sink, recessed two-burner stove with flush cover, a microwave/convection oven and 5-cubic-foot refrigerator.   The 210 has leather captain seats in the cab, seats 2 to 5, and sleeps 2 to 3 in a front single and a king-size bed. Rear twins are an option in place of the king size bed.

The 210 Popular can be found with a MSRP of $100,945; when fully loaded the MSRP starts at just over $110,000.

To find more information, reviews and ratings about this best-selling Class B motorhome manufacturer, purchase our Motorhome Comparison Guide now.

Forest River’s Lexington Class B+ Motorhome

If you are looking for a means of travel that offers the kind of amenities found in the bigger motorhomes, yet provides the ability to navigate in more places and travel on more roads, you will want to see the Forest River 2013 Lexington 265GDSF motorhome. While some RV dealers call it a Class C, Forest River names it their Class B+.  The Lexington has four floorplans, ranging in an exterior length from 28 ft. to 32 ft. 3 inches. We want to tell you about the 28 ft. Lexington 265GDSF. This Class B+ is built on a Ford Chassis, has a 55 gallon gas fuel tank, a gross weight rating of 14,500 lbs. and a cargo carrying capacity of 3,300 lbs. Manufactured with tough fiberglass construction, the Lexington 265GDSF has a classy, eye turning look due to its full body paint exterior and design.

Easily maneuverable on the road, including a rear backup camera, the features of the Lexington make for a smooth, comfortable ride.  The exterior height is 10 ft. 7 in., has a 16 ft. awning and is built with two slideouts, including a slide-out pantry that delivers an abundance of storage room. The fresh water tank holds 44 gallons and the gray water capacity is 35 gallons.  The Lexington has a 40G Guardian generator, 13.5 BTU ducted roof A/C and a cab featuring a 7” Touch-screen AM/FM radio w/ CD, DVD, USB, Aux, Weatherband and Bluetooth.

Amenities that will make you feel you have a home away from home include a 32 inch flat panel 12 volt TV, a kitchen with microwave/convection oven, range and sink with covers, and a private bath with sink and a split shower/bath.

There is plenty of room in the Lexington and this Class B+ can sleep 3 comfortably and seats up to 6 people, with plenty of room and comfort for relaxing, games, TV, eating or taking a nap. We found a sale list price of $93,517.

Forest River is a RV manufacturing company that has been building RVs since 1996. Reviews and ratings are mixed for this company so you will want to see the details in our Motorhome Comparison Guide to know if the product you are considering is one that rates highly. Purchase our book before making such a major investment and you will not be disappointed in your choice of a motorhome or a manufacturer.

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