What Class B Motorhomes Are Made on the Sprinter Chassis?


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Many Class B motorhomes are made using the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, including models from Winnebago, Avion, Leisure Travel Vans, Coach House and Thor Motor Coach. The Sprinter is a popular framework for third-party manufacturers of Class B, B-plus and even some Class C models.

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Winnebago and Avion are well-known names in recreational vehicles of all sizes. Winnebago offers the Era and Travato models in Class B that have many of the popular features available on their bigger counterparts, including a flex bed system, MCD roller shades, Ultraleather, Smart Storage and TrueLevel. Avion makes the Azur with a large front salon, a bathroom with a shower and a non-folding king sized bed.

Leisure Travel Vans has six different models to choose from. The three Free Spirit models are designed for more for touring than extended stays, but the Unity, Libero and Serenity models have all the features of full-size RVs.

Coach House's Arriva has features not often found in Class B units, including a separate bath and shower, twin beds that convert into a king, a full length pantry, a combination microwave and convection oven, and a 6-cubic-foot three-way refrigerator-freezer. The Siesta by Thor is a Class B-Plus, making it a little larger than the others, but is economically priced to entice families and retirees.

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