10 Cheapest Сlass-A Motorhomes and Integrated RVs you Can Own in 2020
Must See Tech
Published at : 11 Jan 2021
Class A-Motorhomes are nearly synonymous with extreme price tags, since a lot of market offerings cost well over a couple hundred thousand and as high as a million bucks. In this episode, though, we will be trying to dispute this notion by showing you the cheapest new models currently on sale with price tags well below the usually expected outrageous figures. Lets take a look inside these motorhomes to find out whether premium luxury can be at least remotely affordable!
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0:38 #1 Winnebago Intent: winnebago.com/models/product/intent
Winnebago Intent is the entry-level Class A from the Iowa-based company, that has a rather conservative pricing, starting from a little above $120k, which is still less than many of their smaller campers.
1:47 #2 Vegas RUV From Thor Motor Coach: thormotorcoach.com/vegas
Thor labels their smallest selection of Class A’s RUVs or recreational utility vehicles, which boast of incredible power, agile driveability and roomy interiors despite rather compact dimensions. The Vegas rides on the Ford E-Series Chassis.
2:53 #3 Adria Sonic: adria-mobil.com/motorhomes/sonic
This RV arrives to us from Slovenia, where Adria Mobil has been ramping up production for the past couple of years delivering beautiful campers across multiple classes. The Sonic line is their take on the integrated luxury tourer based on the Fiat Ducato platform.
3:55 #4 2020 Newmar Bay Star Sport: newmarcorp.com/gas-motor-coaches/bay-star-sport/
Regarded as the most budget-friendly motorhome in Newmar’s range, the Bay Star Sport has a base price of $121,674. It is built on the Ford F-53 chassis, with 8 available floor plans, ranging between 27 and 33 feet, and up to 3 slide outs.
5:03 #5 KNAUS L!VE I: knaus.com/en-int/motorhomes/lve-i/highlights
The very first German Knaus Class C motorhome, the Traveller, hit the road in 1988, right away earning the title RV of the year. Even though, it is carried by the brand till this day, the current flagship of the company is the Live I.
6:07 #6 2020 Entegra Vision: entegracoach.com/motorhomes/vision
In 2018, the Indiana-based Entegra Coach has extended their line-up of diesel Class A coaches to include gas models, and the brand-new Vision is the latest gas-powered motorhome in the company’s product range.
7:08 #7 Chausson A-Class: chausson-motorhomes.com/gamme/a-class
In business since 1905, Chausson is a French RV manufacturer, that specializes in class C and class B campervans. The company does offer a single Class A option, with three interior layouts and two lengths, 23 and 24 feet.
8:09 #8 Axis RUV From Thor Motor Coach: youtube.com/watch?v=-_cHdLUzBEA / thormotorcoach.com/axis
This is a very close sibling of the Vegas class A that combines features of a motorhome and an SUV being powered by the Ford R-350 6.8L Triton V10 305 horsepower strong. Rated at 8,500 The identical trio of floorplans 25.5, 26.5 and 28.5 feet in length are on offer.
9:23 #9 FleetwoodRV Flair: fleetwoodrv.com/models/flair-2020
Flair Class A is the most affordable option in the bunch of Fleetwood RV’s gas-powered motorhomes, that depending on the floor plan, varies in pricing from $116 to 147 grand.
10:29 #10 Jayco Alante: jayco.com/products/class-a-motorhomes/2020-alante/floorplans-and-prices
Currently, the subsidiary of Thor Industries, Jayco has been in the recreation vehicles business since the mid-sixties. The American manufacturer is known for offering a perfect balance of style, comfort and quality, and their Alante Motorhome is among the best representatives of these values.
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