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How does driving a Jayco C class motorhome feel?

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Driving a Jayco C class motorhome feels easy according to several customer reviews. The Jayco C class has "plenty of power," states a review found on Roaming Times.

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Another reviewer says of the Jayco C class, "I think the Ford Triton gas engine in the Melbourne is remarkable. We've been up and down really steep climbs with no problems whatsoever."

A Motorhome review of the Jayco Seneca 36FK C class says "The 340-horsepower 6.7-liter Cummins ISB diesel, with engine brake, turns an Allison six-speed overdrive automatic transmission creating a powertrain combo that offers improved performance and handling." It says that drivers appreciate the "large 2,500-square-inch windshield and aerodynamically sloped, front-hinged hood," which offer panoramic views. At the same time, it has a cozy, enclosed cockpit, which creates the "confidence-inspiring" sensation of driving a smaller vehicle. Standard features in the cabin to make driving more pleasant include 55-degree wheel cut, heated side-view mirrors and side-view cameras, anti-lock brakes and a keyless cab and coach entry.

The Jayco C class also features a streetside slideout with pneumatic sofa bed, a standard 32-inch LCD HD TV, oversized oven, microwave and fridge. The bathroom has a porcelain commode, shower with skylight and a vanity basin with a medicine chest.

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