Like the Class A motorhome, the Class C motorhome sleeps four to eight people comfortably with an over the cab sleeping area and back bedroom suit available on many models. Class C RVs are easier to maneuver into parking areas yet still large enough to tow a smaller car or truck for running errands or sightseeing with better gas mileage than the Class A RV. Class C motorhomes don’t typically have an open type floor plan because very few have pop outs, but are still roomy enough for the whole family to enjoy.
The Class C motorhome is one of the easiest to get serviced as the most common engine models are built by Ford and Chevrolet. This means your Class C RV can be serviced and repaired at almost any Ford or Chevy dealership if you break down on the road. When traveling with your family you don’t want to be stranded on the side of the road, this safety feature of the Class C motorhome can be priceless to some RV buyers.