Class A motorhomes are fantastic large RVs to have. They offer plenty of space, a lot of features, and most of the creature comforts of home. For many camping families out there, they’re the best option. However, they can be quite expensive.
However, there are options out there that are reasonably affordable. While some luxury Class A motorhomes can cost over $1 million, some can be well below $100,000. These RVs are still fantastic options with good features and amenities.
I wanted to pull together a few reasonably affordable Class A motorhomes below. I do not list the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) below because if you go around to RV lots across the country, you’ll rarely find units listed for that. You can usually find units priced well below the MSRP. A quick search of the models listed below on Camping World’s website shows they’re all listed for far less than the MSRP. So keep that in mind when reading.
Fleetwood Flair 28A
The Fleetwood Flair 28A is an RV you can find at lots across the country for a very reasonable price. Between the dinette and the sofa there’s plenty of seating for thos long hauls, but the RV also comes with a large king bed a nice size kitchen and a small bathroom.
The unit features a gas engine that makes 460 torque and 320 hp and it sleeps up to six people thanks to its king bed, dinette, sofa, and drop-down bunk over the cab. The two slides on this unit help open up the floorplan a bit and the rugged Ford F53 chassis is known for its durability. Overall, this unit measures 29.25 feet long, and it’s a good option for small to medium size families.
Thor Axis 25.6
The Thor Axis 25.6 is another good option. This unit has only one slide out, but otherwise has all that you could want or need. The model features a full bathroom, a kitchen along the passenger side of the RV. On the driver’s side wall, there’s a large dinette and at the rear of the motorhome a queen flip-up bed.
The unit measures 25.5 feet in length and the Ford E-450 chassis features a gas engine with 305 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. This unit sleeps up to four people between the drop-down bunk and the queen bed. It is a fantastic option for small families.
Thor Vegas 24.1
Want an RV with an even smaller slide out? The thor Vegas 24.1 is the way to go. This model features a single small slide for the sofa bed, a bathroom next to the sofa, a kitchen across from that, and a sleeping area at the rear of the unit that can be two twin beds or a single king.
This model is built on the Ford E-450 chassis and that means it gets a gas 305 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque engine. The overall length of this one is 25.5 feet, and the motorhome sleeps up to four people. It’s another great option for small families.