2014 Pleasure Way Pursuit Review
- August 5, 2013
- Class B Motorhome, Pleasure-Way
- Posted by Dave Arbogast Van Depot
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The Pleasure-Way Pursuit is a product born out of trial and error. This Canadian motorhome manufacturer spent years crafting recreational vehicles that had both style and functionality while collecting feedback from loyal customers. The Pursuit is a by-product of that process. Consumers wanted a Class-B style home with a slightly larger base. Pleasure-Way met that challenge with their 22’ Pursuit.
There are three key features to take note of when entering the Pursuit.
Low entry step
Electric awning control immediately to the right
Master control panel on the left for the lighting, the electric shades, water pump and generator.
The Pleasure-Way Pursuit has an impressive bath just inside the cabin.
Solid surface counter and wall
A hidden mirror
Sliding doors with latches
Next is the fully functional kitchen area.
Built-in spice center
Solid surface counters
Recessed two-burner stove
Drawer and over and under dark wood cabinet space
Double door refrigerator
The back sectopm serves as both the sleeping and passenger cabin. There is room for three secured guests. At night, the seats fold out to a king sized bed complete with ultra leather and memory foam.
Hidden there is a tabletop to that forms a dining booth. The bed and seating area are surrounded by tinted windows complete with shades. Just above the bench seat is another control panel. It tops off with sunlight and screen that opens up to another exit.
The cabins chair in the driver’s area of the motor home turn to face the rear converting the front area into an office/TV room combination with entertainment system and a small work desk. The 32-inch HD television sits on the wall for easy viewing from anywhere in the unit. There is another screened skylight up front.
The Pleasure-Way Pursuit comes with all the high-tech features you expect from modern transportation.
Clarion sound system
The fuel economy is reasonable for a Class-B motorhome. Pleasure-way reports the Pursuit gets about 10 to 12 mpg.
The exterior features the electric awning, an electric outlet plus multiple storage cabinets. There is easy access to the batteries and tools. The four thousand watt generator is accessible from the driver’s side of the unit. The motor home comes equipped with a trailer hitch and wiring.
This Class-B motor home offers a combination of luxury and functionality, but the nicest thing is probably the size. At 22 feet, the Pursuit is not too big and not too small. It offers a practical way to enjoy life on the road. For the price, the Pursuit is a powerhouse of style.