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Top Class B RV Manufacturers

RV Class B manufacturers build recreational vehicles and motorhomes from standard passenger or mini vans. If you are new to the world of Class B RVs, you may want to get acquainted with a few of the top manufacturers.

Several Class B RV manufacturers have established a longstanding reputation for quality and innovation. When looking at used Class B motorhomes, you may want to consider a few of these manufacturers.

Manufacturers of Class B RVs

  1. Airstream Class B Rec. Vehicles

    Airstream’s brand identity has been built on the four ideals of design, quality, authenticity, and freedom. An obsessive attention to detail characterized Airstream’s earlier years – a persistence that endures still today. Manufacturing utilizes innovative practices and the highest quality components, resulting in a product that stands the test of time – and anything else you put through it. The company produces a line of luxury Airstream class B touring coaches as part of a partnership with Mercedes-Benz. The result is a line of RV Class B motorhomes that offer elegant and comfortable travel.

  1. Leisure Travel Vans

    Leisure Travel has over 50 years of experience manufacturing quality Class B RVs that exceed their customer’s expectations. They are committed to building their Class B motorhomes with quality components and attention to detail. Leisure Travel Vans has proven itself an innovator with the first Class B motorhome manufacturered on a Sprinter chassis and the first murphy bed in a class B+. Leisure Travel Vans is committed to product innovation and craftsmanship. Superior fuel mileage, drivability, maneuverability, and versatility are just a few of the benefits of owning a Class B motorhome.

  1. Winnebago

    Winnebago Industries continues to add unique features and amenities to its lineup of Class B motorhomes. The stylish Winnebago Touring Coach Class B motorhomes offer the versatile comforts of home and an agile ride with impressive fuel efficiency.From the start, Winnebago, Itasca, and Winnebago Touring Coach motorhomes have been built with innovations unique within the motorhome industry. That first motorhome was built with the Thermo-Panel® system which provides strong, lightweight and well insulated backwalls and sidewalls. It’s a Winnebago Industries exclusive.

    Winnebago Industries also has manufactured many of the motorhome components that others buy from outside suppliers. Most cabinets, furniture, holding tanks, plastic and aluminum components in Winnebago and Itasca motorhomes are made right on site. We design and manufacture components to meet our own rigorous specifications. This means higher quality at a lower price and better parts availability down the road.

  1. Roadtrek

    Roadtrek has made huge strides in developing comfortable and functional Class B motorhomes. Roadtrek offers a line of Class B motorhomes built on Mercedes, Chevrolet or Ram ProMaster chassis. These models range in size and style to suit any RV lifestyle.Their forward-thinking has lead them to create quality products with innovative designs and helped us secure the #1 position for over 20 years, but none of it would have been possible without the talented and passionate team that is behind every Roadtrek made. The team believes in building long-standing relationships with Roadtrek owners and delivering a quality custom-fitted product, with care put into every process to deliver a quality product that will give our Roadtrek owners years of enjoyment.

  1. The RV Factory

    With a factory-direct business model, The RV Factory sells luxury Class B motorhome camper vans, built on the Mercedes Sprinter van chassis, direct to the customer. The focus is on the newest designs and customized construction in the RV Class B motorhome market.

  1. Pleasure-Way

    You won’t find mass produced Class B motorhomes coming from Pleasure-Way. Based in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, Pleasure-Way prides itself on a high level of quality control and custom hand-crafted cabinetry. Class B Pleasure-Way models like the ProMaster Lexor TS serve as examples of the top notch manufacturing processes.You will not find an assembly line at Pleasure-Way Industries.  They do not use this popular and time-saving method of manufacturing because they refuse to sacrifice fit, finish, quality and safety for time and cost savings.

    At Pleasure-Way Industries, each motorhome is built with the meticulous care and attention it deserves.  On average, it takes six weeks and over four hundred man hours to finish just one RV.

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