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Recommendations for a 25-footish Class C with a corner bed?


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I've done two major trips with my first RV, a 30-foot Thor 29FE. It runs great but it has taught me a bit more about what I really want/need. My major issue with the floorplan is that there's so much wasted space in back with the walk-around Queen bed and wardrobe and closets. (It's just me and a doggo.) Ideally I'd have a sunny facing-twin bed floorplan that I could use as a living room too, or a one with a corner bed with windows that I could throw a bolster on and lounge there as desired.

So now I'm looking for a "new" Class C ... 2015-2020 year models. (price range $50-$75K)

For the corner bed and a rear bathroom floorplan, I want a big U- or J-shaped dinette. I'd prefer one with a slide by the living area. Length 24-28. Any model suggestions? 

I've noted down these:
Forest River Sunseeker 2350 SLE or 2150 SLE https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/class-c-motorhomes/sunseeker-le/2350SLE/4413
Winnebago Itasca Spirit (though I don't think their current models have a corner bed)

For the rear twin-bed floorplan, I've only found a Class A that fits that bill, and I'm not sure if I'd like all that sun glaring down at me while I'm driving 😉

Thor Vegas 24.1 https://www.thormotorcoach.com/vegas/floor-plans/241/

Thanks for any help!

AM

 

 

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We had ONE RV with a corner bed and  said never another one.  With a couple it gets to be a pain to crawl over the other one.  Plus the one up against the side wall is either hot or cold.  If you are a solo traveler, it is not a problem except it is a pain to get the sheets on and the spread on.

Ken

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  • 3 weeks later...

The Winnebago View/Navion lines have a slide. I don't know how much used ones are going for nowadays but they've been making them for a long time so there might be some deals out there. I think the corner bed model has always been a 24J.

Linda

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