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How Much Does a Class A RV Cost? (prices of 45 models)

Have you ever wondered how much a big class A bus style RV costs?

A new model will cost about $271k and a used one $97k. You can see prices for various models in the charts below. Prices range from $20k for a 20+ year old, to $850k for a new luxury model.

 

Year, Make, and Model Price New

2021 THOR WINDSPORT 29M

$124k

2020 WINNEBAGO SUNSTAR 35U

$129

2021 Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro Bus 450PP

$547k

2021 Thor Motor Coach Venetian B42

$427k

2020 Entegra Coach Cornerstone 45B

$745k

2021 Winnebago Forza 34T

$287k

2021 THOR FREEDOM TRAVELER A27

$99k

2021 Coachmen Pursuit

$112k

2021 Holiday Rambler Admiral

$127k

2020 THOR MIRAMAR 35.2

$149k

2021 THOR AXIS 24.1

$99k

2021 Thor Motor Coach ARIA 3701

$325k

2021 Newmar Ventana 3709

$345k

2021 Jayco Alante 29F

$146k

2021 Winnebago Adventurer 33C

$206k

2021 Entegra Coach Aspire 44R

 

$496k

2021 Coachmen Sportscoach SRS 376ES

 

$183k

2020 Foretravel Realm FS6 Luxury Villa Master Suite

 

$850k

2021 Thor Motor Coach Venetian F42

 

$324k

New 2020 Winnebago Intent 28Y

$136k

2020 Forest River RV FR3 33DS

$145k

2020 Newmar Bay Star 3626

$137k
Average Price New: $271k

I looked up prices from campingworld.com, rvtrader.com, lazydays.com, craigslist.org, and a few others. They are listed for informational purpose.

Note that prices are always negotiable. If you do not have the cash, then you can finance for 240 months and get a $150k RV for about $900 per month.

 

Used RV Model Price in USD

2012 THOR HURRICANE 32A

$47k

2014 Thor Motor Coach Tuscany 42WX

$186k

2014 Entegra Coach Aspire 44U

$219k

2014 Itasca Ellipse 42QD

$209k

2008 Fleetwood RV Excursion 40X

$90k

2017 Forest River Berkshire XLT 43A

$240k

32′ 2012 Thor Daybreak w/Slide

$45k

1999 Fleetwood Southwind Storm w/2 Slides

$27k

2004 Itasca Suncruiser w/2 Slides

$25k

2003 Winnebago Brave w/2 Slides

$24k

2018 Fleetwood RV Bounder 35P

$115k

2016 Itasca Solei 36G

$140k

2014 Thor Motor Coach Hurricane

$49k

2008 Newmar Grand Star

$60k

2018 Coachmen Mirada

$89k

2008 COUNTRY COACH ALLURE 420

$140k

2014 Thor ace 30.1

$43k

2000 Holiday Rambler Ambassador 36′ – Diesel

$20k

2002 40ft Beaver contessa Diesel motor home

$27k

2011 Damon Avanti Diesel Motorhome 31ft

$43k

2008 Monaco CAMELOT 42 DSQ

$125k

2011 Four Winds RV Hurricane 34T

$47k

2015 Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro Bus 40 SP

$220k
Average Used Price $97k

Compare to the price of a class b, class c, or popup camper.

 

Class A RVs are constructed using heavy-duty and robust frames that are created on either of the following buses:

  • A Commercial-use Bus Chassis

  • A Motor Vehicle Chassis.

  • A Commercial-use Truck Chassis. 

A usual 18-wheeler truck comprises a very similar construction and materials as do Class A RVs. The massive 22.5 inch thick wheels are designed to back the heavy load and formation of this particular class of RV. A Class A RV features 9 MPG, which is not at all economical for fuel storage. They typically have at least 1 slide-out for extra width.

In terms of extravagance and quality, the Class A RV ranks the best. This is the go-to class of RV for people who seek adventure with a touch of sheer bliss and indulgence. These RVs have ample space for storage and a spacious interior for extreme relaxation. Class A RV provides accommodation and sleeping space for 4 or more people.

The backside features a bedroom and some couches that can transform into foldable beds in the lounge area. If ample space, luxury, and stylish interior are what you are looking for in your RV, without a doubt, the Class A RV is the best choice. The Class A RV features enormous windows and flat vertical fronts, looking almost like your regular bus. A

At a length of approximately 30 or 40 feet, they are classified amongst the top-of-the-line RVs. In one statement, the Class A RV perfectly fit the description of “Luxury on Wheels” and are fully furnished with a kitchen, bathrooms, king-sized beds, dryers, washers, luxurious lounging and dining areas, and means of entertainment such as DVD players and TVs.

It is quite agreeable that some of these Class A RVs are more indulgent than the majority of homes. This RV is popularly recommended for adventure-seeking families or retirees who sell off their homes in hopes of living their dream “nomad” life. Alternatively, try frugal camping in a stealth camper van.

Note that you have to pay a hefty sum of money to live and travel so extravagantly. Still, if you have the budget and prefer living your life on the wheels, there is no better option than a Class A RV.

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