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Old 07-06-2016, 11:06 AM   #1
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Which RV?

Hi all, my wife and me are looking for another RV. We roll around the UK in the summer, and Spain, Portugal etc; during the winter. We almost full time.
Which would be your choice of an A or B class RV around the 29-34ft mark?
Mainly 2 persons, but sometimes 6 when the 4 grandchildren arrive.
It's a minefield out there.


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Old 07-06-2016, 11:38 AM   #2
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A small Class A will give you more room, especially if it has slide outs and you deploy them. I can't picture 6 people in a Class B especially if you were to be confined to it. Inclement weather etc.
Good luck with your search. Let us know what you decide on.

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Old 07-06-2016, 05:29 PM   #3
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Class with slides for the more room. There are some newer units that have drop down beds over the front area.

Spent a couple years working on a project in NW Spain close to the coast. Beautiful scenary but don't know if I'd want to drive an RV off the main highways. Narrow and windy. The started a new highway system but didn't finish, it ends and starts sporadically. The parts that are done are nice.
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I think you meant to say class a or C, a class b probably would not be near the length you need, though it might be the easiest drive in that part of the world.

If you consider a shorter Class A, check out the VEGAS or ACE, or similar 'RUV' models that would probably fit well on the streets and roads across the pond. I watch the TourD'France each day and see so many class C's as the go-to type for the region.
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