5 Fantastic Class A Motorhomes With a Wall Slide 1617

There are quite a few 2020 Class A gas motorhomes perfectly suited to satisfy your desire for an adventure touring the country. What I’m going to do here is focus on five of these, all of which have a single wall slide to open up their respective cabins.

Exactly what is a wall slide? It’s a slide-out where the entire driver’s side (or passenger side on a few motorhomes but not any of these five) pulls out to create more living area space. This slide will pull out everything from right behind the driver’s seat all the way to the end of the motorhome.

Before we take a look at the chosen few to highlight in order by length, let’s quickly run down what they all share upfront—a Ford F53 chassis with a 6.8L Triton V10 engine – and in the back: a tow hitch rating easily capable of towing your car, SUV, or truck. On to the chosen five!

Thor Vegas 25.6

how motor coach Vegas 25.6

Thor likes to call the Vegas one of their ‘RUV’ models, as in Recreational Utility Vehicle. Then again, Thor loves acronyms (see the A.C.E. below). At 26 feet 6 inches in length, the Vegas 25.6 is certainly the shortest in this five, but this length allows it to have the drivability of a Class C. The wall slide of the 25.6 contains a large 76-inch dream dinette able to sleep two, a 40-inch TV on a swivel, a wardrobe closet, and the queen bed that flips up when you bring in the slide.

The bedroom also has additional closet space and its own 32-inch TV. Designed for efficiency, the 25.6 has a streamlined kitchen entirely on the passenger sidewall. Upfront is the final sleeping space, a drop-down overhead twin bunk sitting above the cab’s swiveling captain’s seats. The Vegas 25.6 also has a nifty exterior 32-inch TV for your outdoor viewing pleasure.

See a 3D tour of the interior by clicking here.

Entegra Coach Vision 29F

entegra coach vision 29f

Entegra Coach builds some of the finest motorhomes out there and the Vision 29F certainly fits the bill. You’ll find the wall slide is packed with all sorts of camp conveniences: a comfy booth dinette; kitchen counter with its wide space and double-bowl sink; a three-burner stove, microwave, and oven; the master bedroom dresser and wardrobe closet; plus a pair of stacked twin bunks.

These and the optional drop-down overhead bunk allow the Vision 29F to sleep up to eight tired campers. The bathroom is a walkthrough with private access from the bedroom plus has a glass door-enclosed angled shower with a skylight and light. You’ll also find a sweet entertainment center on the exterior with an LED TV on a swivel bracket plus a DVD/AM-FM radio and speakers.

See a 3D tour of the interior by clicking here.

Winnebago Intent 31P

winnebago intent 31p

The Intent is new to the Winnebago lineup. Sitting at 31 feet in length, the 31P has, you guessed it, stacked twin bunks embedded in its wall slide (in fact, the rest of the highlighted motorhomes have bunks, FYI). Also within the wall slide is the dinette; deep kitchen counter with a double bowl sink, three-burner cooktop, oven, and microwave; bedroom wardrobe closet, TV and additional storage.

With the bunks plus the walkaround queen bed, convertible dinette, jackknife sofa, and StudioLoft bed, you’ll be able to sleep up to eight. A nifty addition to the bunk beds is a closet rod just in case you’d rather use it as an additional wardrobe space… or if you want to make one of the kids sleep with hanging clothes. The living area has a 39-inch HDTV and the bedroom is all set with a 32-inch HDTV.

See a 3D tour of the interior by clicking here.

Thor A.C.E. 32.3

thor motor coach ace 32.3

That’s a lot of periods, I know. Most RVers just say ‘Ace’ even if the acronym actually stands for “A and C Evolution.” Effectively, this means an A.C.E. is a motorhome with Class A features but has the maneuverability of a Class C motorhome. The A.C.E. 32.3 can sleep up to eight happy campers because it has a) a queen size drop-down overhead bunk, and b) yes, there’s a pair of stacked twin bunks embedded in the wall slide.

Also sitting in the wall slide is a 68-inch convertible dream dinette containing a 40-inch TV; the cooktop/oven, deep kitchen counter and sink; and the master bedroom’s wardrobe closet as well as the bedroom’s dresser, and a 32-inch TV. The master bedroom, by the way, has a walkaround king-size bed. The fridge sits on the passenger side of the 32.3 sharing a wall with the bathroom and its full-size angled shower. The 32.3 also has a pair of 15.5-inch LED TVs in the bunks with a DVD player, plus an additional TV, a 32-inch one on the exterior so you can enjoy a little viewing under the awning or the stars.

See a 3D tour of the interior by clicking here.

Holiday Rambler Admiral 34J

holiday rambler admiral

At 36 feet, the 34J runs a full Laker Center Anthony Davis and a foot more in length beyond the Thor Vegas 25.6. And guess what? It can sleep up to eight. Because? Well you know. The 34J, like the other larger motorhomes in this article, has a hide-a-loft dropdown queen bed… as well as stacked twin bunks embedded into the wall slide. These bunks are slightly different as they have a nifty enclosure – a sliding barn door.

The Admiral 34J’s wall slide has everything the A.C.E. 32.3 does only with just a tad more room – bigger wardrobe closet, more kitchen counter space, and a slightly larger booth dinette. The passenger side adds a pantry and has a residential fridge. TVs are all over the place – a 32-inch flat-screen in the bedroom, another in the bunk area, a 39-inch flat-screen in the living area, plus on the exterior, you’ll find a 50-inch LED TV.

See a 3D tour of the interior by clicking here.


So there you have it – five fantastic Class A gas motorhome options with a single wall slide. Have any others you’d like to tout? Drop us a note, we love hearing from our fellow RVers.

5 Fantastic Class A Motorhomes with a Wall Slide

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