Class B Motorhome Pros Cons

The average length is 16 to 21 feet and the average height is 7 to 8 feet. Towing capacity is 6,000 to 8,000 pounds on average. Class B’s are versatility while providing self-contained motorhome attributes. They are easy to drive, park and can fit in smaller off-road spots that are too hard or impossible to get to with larger Class C motorhomes.  Class B’s offer great gas mileage, they are fast on the road, and easy to find parts and mechanics for.

Class B Motorhome Pros:

  • Easy to drive on highway and around town. This RV is constructed from a van, so it is just as easy to drive.
  • Driving and living compartments are connected. No need to get out of the RV during stops. Living area accessible even      while moving.
  • It can be used as local transportation.
  • Can tow a small trailer, boat or support a carrying platform on hitch receiver.
  • Can be used as a second family car when not traveling.
  • Requires no special storage when not in use. Fits in standard driveway and lower models may fit in the garage.
  • Can go off road if equipped with four wheel drive.

Class B Motorhome Cons:

  • Limited space, practical only for short trips.
  • Accommodates a small number of travelers; usually two, but not more than four.
  • Based on square footage costs they are the most expensive RV’s to own.

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