Class A RVs

The Class A motorhome is a 26 to 45 foot RV, making it the largest and most luxurious recreational vehicle with the most living and storage space. Class A motorhomes are among the most popular type of RVs preferred by RV enthusiasts, rock stars and RV renters. A Class A RV is built on a commercial bus chassis, such as a Prevost and has the highest towing capacity of any type of RV. Many people tow their personal vehicle on the back of their Class A RV, which offers a lot of convenience wherever you go.

Class A RVs For Rentals on RVnGO

2007 Alpine Coach Limited
$300/night
2007 Alpine Limited - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Alpine

Year

2007

Model

Limited

2021 Coachmen Mirada - Newest RV with Lowest Price
$339/night
2021 Coachmen Mirada - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Coachmen

Year

2021

Model

Mirada

2021 Thor Challenger
$300/night
2021 Thor Motor Coach Challenger - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor Motor Coach

Year

2021

Model

Challenger

2016 THOR MOTOR COACH PALAZZO
$1000/night
2016 Thor Palazzo  - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor

Year

2016

Model

Palazzo

Beaver class A Diesel Motor Coach
$275/night
2005 Beaver Santiam - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Beaver

Year

2005

Model

Santiam

Nice Comfortable Class A Getaway for weekend or longer!
$195/night
2007 Georgetown S338 - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Georgetown

Year

2007

Model

S338

Fleetwood-Storm
$215/night
2011 Fleetwood 28MS - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Fleetwood

Year

2011

Model

28MS

Bunkhouse Class A - Perfect for Families
$350/night
2015 Itasca Sunstar 35B - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Itasca

Year

2015

Model

Sunstar 35B

2005 Holiday Rambler Neptune 34 ft - Diesel Pusher - NO SMOKING
$195/night
2005 Holiday  Rambler Neptune 34PDD - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Holiday Rambler

Year

2005

Model

Neptune 34PDD

LUPITA - 2020 Thor Motor Coach Windsport - OUTDOOR Kitchen!!
$299/night
2020 Thor Windsport 29M - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor

Year

2020

Model

Windsport 29M

Dream Machine Winnebago Monster Diesel Pusher 40 ft
$465/night
2019 Winnebago Forza 38W - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Winnebago

Year

2019

Model

Forza 38W

2021 Jayco Alante 29F, Free Essentials, Veteran Discount
$269/night
2021 Jayco Alante 29F - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Jayco

Year

2021

Model

Alante 29F

Forest River FR3 32DS - "Big Mama"
$219/night
2016 Forest River FR3 32DS - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Forest River

Year

2016

Model

FR3 32DS

2022 EntegraCoach Vision XL 36A-Class 'A' Bunkhouse Gas Motorhome
$350/night
2022 Entegra Coach Vision XL 36A - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Entegra Coach

Year

2022

Model

Vision XL 36A

2018 Thor Miramar
$330/night
2018 Thor Miramar  - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor

Year

2018

Model

Miramar

Check out our beautiful 2020 Thor Ace Class A!
$319/night
2020 Thor Motor Coach ACE 30.1 - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor Motor Coach

Year

2020

Model

ACE 30.1

Class A Pet Friendly RV with Outdoor Kitchen
$319/night
2017 Thor Motor Coach Hurricane - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor Motor Coach

Year

2017

Model

Hurricane

2021 Jayco Alante 26x, Free essentials, Veteran discount
$239/night
2021 Jayco Alante 26X - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Jayco

Year

2021

Model

Alante 26X

2009 Monaco La Palma Diesel Pusher
$239/night
2009 Monaco La Palma 36SBD - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Monaco

Year

2009

Model

La Palma 36SBD

Rodeheifer, Class A Motorhome sleeping up to 10
$279/night
2016 Forest River Georgetown 364TS - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Forest River

Year

2016

Model

Georgetown 364TS

Class A RV Family Sleeper AF34
$356/night
2018 Thor Windsport - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor

Year

2018

Model

Windsport

2006 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager
$250/night
2006 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Gulf Stream

Year

2006

Model

Sun Voyager

Enzo: 2 full bath, washer/dryer, 6 Beds sleeps 8-10
$275/night
2019 Forest River Georgetown 36B5 - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Forest River

Year

2019

Model

Georgetown 36B5

Large Marge Mirada the Luxury Land Yacht
$325/night
2019 Coachmen Mirada - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Coachmen

Year

2019

Model

Mirada

Luxury Entegra Coach Reatta
$550/night
2019 Entegra Coach Reatta - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Entegra Coach

Year

2019

Model

Reatta

Luxury Dream Coach
$199/night
2017 Thor Challenger 37GT - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor

Year

2017

Model

Challenger 37GT

LAX Class A 30-32
$0/night
2020 American Freedom Class A 30-32 - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

American Freedom

Year

2020

Model

Class A 30-32

new coach
$220/night
2020 Thor Motor Coach  windsport 29m - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Thor Motor Coach

Year

2020

Model

windsport 29m

Fleetwood Discovery 2
$325/night
2020 Fleetwood Discovery 39L - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Fleetwood

Year

2020

Model

Discovery 39L

Diesel Pusher
$325/night
2015 Forest River Legacy SR300 - Class A RV on RVnGO.com
Type

Class A

Make

Forest River

Year

2015

Model

Legacy SR300

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Renting a Class A RV in

Motorhomes travel has become an ever increasing travel option for Americans. For many, traveling in an RV can be a way of life. There is a wide range of RVs to choose from, as they come in endless combinations of shape, size and configurations. RVs can be as small as a 9-foot long piece, all the way up to a 40-foot van.

In , one of the most commonly used motorhome types is the fully-livable Class A RV. The Class A motorhome has all the bells and whistles that most homes have, while still providing a fair amount of living space. Class A RVs are comfortable in almost every scenario, whether you're taking a weekend getaway or living full-time.

What are Class A RVs?

Class A RVs are built with a heavy-duty frame. These frames are typically built on a commercial bus chassis, motor vehicle chassis are a commercial truck chassis. Class A RVs typically come with 22.5 inch wheels, and vary in size from 25 to 40 feet long. These motorhomes are most common for living in comfort, as they contain plenty of luxurious amenities, storage, and interior space. 2-4 people can sleep in a motorhome, as there is often a bedroom located in the back and extra pull out sleeping arrangements. Long-term use is perfect with Class A RVs, as they come equipped with an onboard bathroom and kitchen in addition to the bathroom and living space.

How Many Can Fit in a Class A RV?

As previously mentioned, Class A RVs often hold an average of 2-4 people. However, Class A RVs can sleep up to 10 people depending on the size of the interior space. In the back bedroom, Class A RVs usually have a king or queen size bed with possible extra bunks in the bedroom. These motorhomes also come with a convertible dinette in the living area. Larger Class A motorhomes may also come with a pull-out couch or spare bedroom for additional sleeping arrangements. It is not uncommon for Class A RVs to have extra space for amenities. RV manufacturers have gotten creative with expansive motorhome space, adding functions like a walk-in closet or extra bathroom space. Those who are looking for a Class A RV in should explore the many floorplans available. Discovering what layout works best for your needs will help you find the best fit motorhome.

Class A RV Rental Prices in

The price of a Class A RV rental in will depend on the age of the RV, season and other important factors. RVnGO lets users list their RV rental rates, so prices will vary. Small Class A RV rentals in may be as low as $100 per night, while a large diesel rig may cost up to $500 per night. Be sure to research with a budget in mind. Check for discounted rates, off-season prices, and read the owner's rules before you book an RV.

Class A RVs in

Class A RVs are some of the most comfortable motorhomes for short-term and long-term traveling. They are extremely flexible and versatile as well. Class A RVs can provide stealth camping options, while larger rigs can hold a large family with no complications. You will always feel at home with a Class A RV. Be sure to rent a Class A RV in with RVnGO!

Types of Class A RVs

There are two primary types of Class A RVs that set themselves apart from one another. In general, the major difference between the two types of RVs is that they are either gas or diesel vehicles. For those who are unaware, both types of RVs have their advantages and disadvantages. Choosing one option over the other only comes down to your personal preference. However, the differences include:

  • Towing power
  • Gas RVs are only capable of half the towing capacity that diesel RVs have. The lifespan of gas engines aren't as long as the lifespan of diesel engines. Diesel engines usually require less maintenance as well.

  • Price
  • A diesel RV usually costs substantially more than an RV with a gas engine. Finding a certified diesel mechanic can be tricky and expensive, and you usually can't work on the engine yourself.

  • Driving experience
  • Diesel RVs are a bit smoother and more stable to drive. The air ride suspension keeps diesel RV from swaying. Gas RVs sway more and hit bumps roughly. Descending big hills in a diesel RV is safer because they have great brakes that slow down the engine.

  • Engine location
  • Gas RVs have a front engine while diesel motorhomes have them in the back. Because of the front engine, gas RVs might be a bit louder than their diesel counterpart.

  • Generator location
  • The generator for a gas RV is located a bit closer to the bedroom then a diesel RV, which can be loud if you run it while trying to sleep.

  • Doghouse
  • Gas RVs have a big bump between the two front seats called a “doghouse.” Diesel RVs have a little less headroom in the back of the RV.

Remember, the decision for either a gas or diesel engine comes down to preference. Diesel motorhomes might be more comfortable for drivers who plan on taking long trips or choose to permanently live in their RV. Those who wish to save money might choose a gas RV to avoid price and extra mechanic hassle.

Should You Purchase or Rent a Class A RV?

Renting RVs has reinvented the travel lifestyle. RV enthusiasts can now rent a motorhome to enjoy the experience of having a mobile lifestyle. Renting a Class A RV in offers many benefits to those who are going on a trip or living in a motorhome permanently. These benefits include:

  • Lack of hefty price tag
  • RVs can be rented for a weekend, week or even multiple months at a time.

  • Shopping experience
  • You can rent out multiple types of RVs to see which one best fits your needs. You can spend a few weeks in a Class A RV to determine if living on one on a long-term basis is possible for your family.

  • Little maintenance and external storage
  • When you rent an RV, you don't have to worry about keeping the mechanical internals in good shape. You also don't have to worry about storing the RV when it is not in use. These bills can add up quickly, so renting an RV can offset the costs of an RV purchase.

Whether you plan to rent or purchase a Class A RV comes down to how much time you plan to spend in it. Renting might be best for those who plan to take a short-term vacation, while purchasing might be better for those who use an RV every weekend.

Makes and Models of Class A RVs

American Coach

Models: Eagle, Heritage, Revolution, Allegiance, Dream, Tradition

Coachman

Models: Cross Country, Cross Country SRS, Mirada, Mirada Select, Pursuit

Cool Amphibious Manufacturers International LLC

Models: Terra Wind

Custom Coach

Models: Mauck 2

Entegra Coach

Models: Insignia, Anthem, Inspire, Cornerstone

Fleetwood RV

Diesel Models: Discovery, Expedition, Pace Arrow LXE, Excursion

Gasoline Models: Southwind, Bounder, Bounder Classic

Forest River RVs

Diesel Models: Berkshire XL and XLT, Charleston, Legacy SR340

Gasoline Models: FR3, Georgetown 3 Series GT3 and XL

Foretravel Motorcoach

Models: ih-45, Realm FS6

Hemphill Brothers Coaches

Model: H3~45

Jayco

Models: Allante, Precept

Liberty Coach

Models: Prevost Custom Builds for the Liberty Lady, Elegant Lady

Monaco

Models: Dynasty, Diplomat

Newell Coach Model: Newell

Newmar

Diesel Models: King Aire, Essex, London Aire, Mountain Aire, Dutch Star, Ventana, Ventana LEGasoline Models: Canyon Star, Bay Star, Bay Star Sport

Nexus

Diesel Model: Bentley

Gasoline Model: Maybach

Rexhall Industries

Models: Aerbus, RexAir, Roseair, American Clipper, Vision

Thor Motor Coach

Diesel Models: Palazzo, Tuscany, Tuscany XTE, Venetian

Gasoline Models: Axis, Vegas, A.C.E., Windsport, Hurricane, Miramar, Challenger, Outlaw

Tiffin Motorhomes

Models: Allegro, Allegro Red, Allegro Breeze, Allegro Bus, Pheaton, Zephyr

Winnebago

Diesel Models: Tour, Grand Tour, Journey, Forza, Via, Ellipse, Ellipse Ultra, Meridian, Solei

Gasoline Models: Adventurer, Sightseer, Vista, Vista LX, Suncruiser, Sunova, Sunstar, Sunstar LX