What Are the Standard Features of a Class B RV?

Most Class B recreational vehicles feature a kitchen, bathroom, living/dining area and sleeping area. Storage space, fold-out tables and sofa beds are also standard features in most models. Class B RV manufacturers also include air conditioning/heating systems, entertainment areas and communication technologies as standard features with many models, as of 2015.

A Class B motorhome generally features a kitchen with a sink, stove and refrigerator, as well as a bathroom that includes a sink, shower and toilet. Fold-out tables that convert to beds are common, and larger models often feature separate bedrooms. Communications technologies, such as GPS navigation systems, iPod and Bluetooth interfaces, AM/FM satellite radio, and backup cameras are also standard features in many Class B RVs.

Class B RVs are mid-sized motorhomes that are larger than camper vans and many truck/camper combinations. Such vehicles are more fuel-efficient and maneuverable than large motor homes, and Class B RVs feature enough towing capacity to pull a trailer or car. Class B RVs offer sleeping and seating areas for multiple people and some standing room as well.

The Roadtrek 210-Popular Class B RV features a remote-control backup camera with a 4.3-inch screen, in-dash satellite radio, and compact disc, MP3 and DVD players. The model also features a step-pedal flush toilet, a vanity sink with storage cabinet, mirror and electrical outlet, and as a 19-inch flat-screen television.