RV Find of the Week: Tiffin Allegro Bus Class A Motorhome

by | Mar 13, 2017 | RV Spotlight | 0 comments

Tiffin Motorhomes is a family-owned RV Manufacturer, specializing in luxurious Class A and Class C motorhomes and dedicated to “building a superior motorhome.” Tiffin operates in the confines of quality, not quantity, producing only a few lines of Class A Motorhomes: Allegro Breeze, Allegro Red, Allegro, Phaeton, Allegro Bus, Zephyr; as well as the Wayfarer Class C Motorhome. In this week’s segment, RVUSA features the Tiffin Allegro Bus Class A Motorhome the “preferred home sweet motorhome for Tiffin owners who live full-time on the road.”

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The Tiffin Allegro Bus Class A is one of the more luxurious motorhomes in the RV industry, offering you five-star amenities, huge living spaces, tons of storage, and built on Tiffin’s innovative PowerGlide Chassis. The interior of the Allegro Bus is quite stunning: handcrafted wood cabinetry, hand-laid porcelain tile floor, leather seating, and a beautiful kitchen. If you’re in the market for a Class A Motorhome that offers the highest luxury and style, than check out the Tiffin Allegro Bus!

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