Motor Home Vans

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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Motor home vans are an interesting combination of van conversions and motor homes. Motor homes are categorized as Class A, which are the larger homes that are hard to miss on the road; Class B, which are also known as camper vans; Class C, which have the characteristic overhang above the cab that is usually used for beds. Despite the differences in size and shape, motor homes are just that--homes.

They have bathrooms, living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens. The luxurious Class A motor homes have lavish furnishings that rival stationary houses. Motor home vans are confined to the Class B camper vans; these also have defined living areas and are intended for overnight use. Custom or luxury vans, on the other hand, are not for camping, as they lack bathrooms and kitchens.

Motor Home Vans: Road Trek and Pleasure Way

The bestselling Class B camper van in North America is Road Trek, which is currently built on Chevrolet chassis. These vans are small enough to fit into a regular parking place, making them convenient to use for shopping in towns. On the other hand, they are roomy, comfortable highway vans that are suitable for short or long trips.

Pleasure Way motor home vans are second only to Road Trek in sales volume. These camper vans are built around a fully-completed, Chrysler B3500 maxi van chassis that is reliable, sturdy, and capable of being adapted to the many features the company installs. Their convenient arrangement of facilities makes them excellent family and travel vans. Like Road Trek, Pleasure Way vans are marvels of interior efficiency.


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