Class C motorhomes have been a popular way of vacationing, traveling, and living since they burst onto the scene back in the 1970’s. To give you an idea of the size, these RV’s are the size of a traditional rental moving truck.
You may be under the impression that Class A motorhomes are the only way to go, but Class C motorhomes can be just as luxurious as their Class A counterparts and have the added benefit of a lower price tag. Class C motorhomes are also perfect for Federal Way families with multiple children as they usually have plenty of sleeping space for the entire family.
Class C Motorhomes for Federal Way Residents
The Class C motorhome is popularly known as the “mini-motorhome” and is one of the most popular choices for individuals and families in Federal Way looking into buying a motorhome. Class C motorhomes are ideal for small families and couples that want to hit the road and have an adventure, and even larger families can find the perfect fit in a Class C motorhome. Every year finds more and more slide-outs options being made available to Federal Way Class C motorhomes, creating additional space and more features to make your Class C motorhome even more luxurious and comfortable.
Here is a quick list of some of the benefits of investing in a class C motorhome:
- They are easy to maneuver and drive. If you have ever driven a moving truck before, you will have no problem handling this vehicle.
- The living space in the RV is connected to the driving area so that you always have quick and easy access to your quarters and belongings while on the road.
- The construction of the cockpit is regarded as some of the safest in RV construction and technology.
- These RVs are powerful enough to tow a car behind them or support a carrying platform via a hitch receiver.
- Class C motorhomes have smaller driving compartments than Class A RVs and subsequently are more energy efficient.
- Despite being smaller than Class A RVs while on the road, Class C RVs provide incredibly spacious living areas with slide-outs, giving you and your family plenty of room to be comfortable when parked.
- This model also includes a bunk above the cab, providing sleeping accommodations for up to 8 adults.
Some of the potential negatives of Class C motorhomes are:
- They can be difficult to maneuver in tight spaces.
- They are too big to drive on small streets or in city traffic.
- When you aren’t using it, a Class C RV needs a lot of storage space to protect it from the elements in Federal Way.
- If you are looking to be a full-time occupant, these RVs usually aren’t big enough for that.
- Slide-outs can sometimes malfunction and require repair.
Purchasing A Class C Motorhome
If you think that a Class C RV is the best fit for you and your family, our dealership has a wide variety of Class C motorhomes available, with prices that can fit the biggest budget or the tightest. Take a look at our listings, or call our office to schedule a time to come see our Class C’s in person.