Class A Diesel Motorhome Overview
You may be wondering what the differences are between a gas-powered and diesel-powered motorhome, also called a "Class A Diesel Motorhome". The primary difference (other than the type of fuel required) lies in the foundation of the motorhome, which is the "chassis". Class A Diesel motorhomes are typically built on rear-engine chassis, whereas gas coaches are typically built on front-engine chassis. Class A Diesel 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 Class A Diesel counterparts. So if you travel the mountains quite frequently, then purchasing a Class A Diesel motorhome should be a consideration.
To see our current inventory of Class A Diesels, please click the Class A Diesels Current Inventory link above.