Diesel Pusher Overview
You may be wondering what the differences are between a gas-powered and diesel-powered motorhome, also called a "Diesel Pusher". The primary difference (other than the type of fuel required) lies in the foundation of the motorhome, which is the "chassis". Diesel Pusher motorhomes are typically built on rear-engine chassis, whereas gas coaches are typically built on front-engine chassis. Diesel Pusher motorhomes also allow for higher carrying capacity and towing capability due to the chassis and powertrain advantages. Gasoline-powered recreational vehicles are typically lower in price than their Diesel Pusher counterparts. So if you travel the mountains quite frequently, then purchasing a Diesel Pusher motorhome should be a consideration.
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