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Where is the Coachmen RV Class C manufactured?

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As of 2015, Coachmen Class C recreational vehicles are manufactured at the company’s headquarters and manufacturing facility in Middlebury, Indiana. Coachmen also manufactures its line of Class A motorhomes, fifth wheels and travel Trailers in Middlebury.

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Coachmen produces several Class C RVs, including the Concord, Leprechaun, Freelander, Prism and Orion. Class C motorhomes are typically built using a cargo van, such as the Ford Econoline and Chevrolet Express. These campers generally range from 20 to 33 feet long and cost approximately $60,000 to $100,000 and more. Class C RVs tend to be more economical than larger motorhomes and typically do not incorporate amenities like washers, dryers, tile floors and larger closets.

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