Yesterday we had a customer call in and ask the difference between Class B and Class C motorhomes. It’s a very common question with a fairly simple answer. Below I have included some of the differences between the models along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Class B vans are built on van or sprinter chassis. The roof of a Class B Van is often raised, giving occupants more headroom and accommodating cabinets and accessories. Class B motorhomes are often called camper vans or van conversions. The bigger and more luxurious Class B motorhomes can have slide-outs for more space. Unlike the Class C motorhome, they do not have a bed or entertainment center in a cabover, which is the area over the driver’s and passenger’s seats. A Class B averages 10 to 25 miles per gallon, depending on length and weight.
Class C motorhomes are built on a cutaway van chassis or large [...]