We’ve all heard of Class A, B and C recreational vehicles.
But there’s also a Class B Plus.
It’s a made-up class, technically more of a C than a B, and usually a bit wider (at seven foot, 10 inches) and longer (it’s 25 feet or so) than a B.
Confused? Then maybe this video will help, featuring our friend from Leisure Travel Vans, Dean Corrigal.
We talked to Dean and put this video together at the recent Super B Small RV show in Glendale, Arizona.
2 Responses to “What is a Class B Plus RV?”
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May 18, 2017at11:29 am, Carol Jean Bufala said:
I’d like to see more of the B+. Will Roadtrek make a B+? I really like the Unity’s dedicated Twin beds. I will be traveling with my sister or a friend and having twins is the only thing that will work for me. Plan to buy in the next year so I have been watching everything RV related and have learned so much from you guys. Thank you Jennifer & Mike for your help to us newbies. Carol
May 15, 2017at1:42 pm, Carolee von Shillagh said:
Hi ! I have a 2001 Isata B+ and i love it ! It is so easy to drive and park and has more than enough room with all the extras you could
want. The features are so ahead of it’s time that many coaches are just now catching up. !