Class B motorhomes have always been revered for their ease of driving, fuel economy and minimal learning curve to operate. What they haven’t necessarily been known for is their livability, often requiring a number of concessions from the owners, with floorplans ranging from minimalist galleys to cramped (if any) bathrooms to awkward, uncomfortable sleeping arrangements. Well, the times they are a-changing.
A continuing trend in the motorhome market has seen manufacturers focus on improving the amenities in the ever-popular Class B segment to make them more than simple van conversions with fold-down beds and a kitchen sink. And, while the space limitations of a traditional van chassis (no cutaways) will always dictate some compromises in space, luxury add-ons and bells and whistles, the gap between small Class C’s and Class B’s continues to close.
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