Class A Motorhomes are bigger and more luxurious than Class B and C motorhomes, but tend to be more expensive, depending on the model you choose. When considering to buy a motorhome research brands, models, floorplans and features offered to find the best fit for you. Also, ask yourself what you plan to do in your motorhome, are you going to: travel full-time; travel part-time; bring friends or family; tow a car behind, etc. Start researching today on RVUSA!
The RV of the Week presented by RVUSA, spotlights the Holiday Rambler Endeavor Class A Diesel Motorhome. The Endeavor is built on the custom Roadmaster Chassis, offered by Holiday Rambler on their high-end Class A diesel motorhomes. The interior of the Endeavor is stunning with hardwood cabinets, doors & drawers, polished solid-surface countertops and tile flooring throughout. In addition, the high ceilings and slide outs provide RVers the feeling of at home living and travelling in style. The standard features included in the Endeavor include: dual furnaces; water filtration system; 3 roof-mounted, high efficiency a/c with solar panel; full-length, metallic a/c ducting; tank less water heater; LED TV; dishwasher; residential refrigerator; king bed; wardrobe; stackable washer & dryer; porcelain toilet with water saver; aluminum wheels; and rear & side camera system.
The Holiday Rambler Endeavor Class A has 4 floorplans:
- 40E: The 40E floorplan is best for smaller families or a travelling couple, with only the king-sized bed and the pull-out coach as sleeping options. The living room is in the front, arranged towards to TV on the opposite wall, followed by the kitchen with a pantry for extra food storage, a ½ bath in the common area and then the bedroom with a full bathroom in the back.
- 40G: The 40G has a ton of sleeping options, king bed, bunk beds, pull-out sofa, and is best for larger families or multiple families.
- 40X: The 40X is better for smaller to larger families. The floorplan combines the living room and kitchen and is the most open floorplan out of the 4.
- 40D: The 40D also combines the kitchen and living room but isn’t as open as the 40X. The addition of the ½ bath will help with visiting friends or families with multiple kids. Sleeping options are a bit limited but can be comfortable for up to 5 people.
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