Pleasure-Way Pursuit Class B Motorhome
- June 5, 2013
- Arbogast Featured Motorhome, Class B Motorhome, News, Pleasure-Way
- Posted by Dave Arbogast Van Depot
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Pleasure-Way has rolled out a new line of RVs, it’s first ever B-Plus class motorhome. Straddling the economy of the B class and the luxury of the C class, the Pleasure-Way Pursuit provides something of the best of both worlds.
The Pursuit is built on a Ford E350 dual rear wheel cutaway chassis, giving it a 22 foot length. This is ideal for consumers who are looking for something roomier than the standard B class economy model without having the bus-like size of the C class. This means that it has room to stretch out in comfortably for a small family or couple, while not requiring special experience or training to operate. The smaller size makes if more fuel efficient as well. The Pursuit comes in at 13 to 15 miles per gallon on the highway, depending on the load, which is rather good for vehicles of its size.
It’s the interior, though, that really shines. Everything from the cabinet doors to the molding is done in classy maple wood, and the seats are upholstered in ultraleather. Three inches of memory foam padding make these seats the ultimate in comfort. The bathroom skylight, Corian vanity, porcelain toilet and stainless steel sink fill the unusually spacious bathroom, along with a curved glass shower in the corner. The lounge area had opening adjustable skylights with screens and shades. These extra touches make the Pursuit look from the inside like it’s one of the luxury class RVs.
Nor does the luxury stop with the furnishings. The Pursuit comes with a 32 inch LED television set, a Blu-Ray player, Wi-Fi, a powerful 13,500 BTU air conditioner mounted on the roof. The computer workstation is a feature that even many top end RVs do not as yet offer. The 4 kw generator means plenty of electrical power, and the multiplex wiring system makes the electrical system easy to use, with just three switch panels. The interior lighting is all done with LEDs, which not only use less electricity but also last much longer than traditional incandescent bulbs. The shades and the awning all operate by electricity, making adjusting the interior and exterior setup a breeze. The dashboard navigation system, by Clarion, has USB, iPod, and Bluetooth connections.
The Pursuit is ideal for those people who want to travel in comfort, luxury, and style without breaking the bank. With the reduced B-Plus class size, this RV can fit into any camping spot with ease, while making that camping spot feel just like home.