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Old 09-12-2016, 08:53 PM   #1
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Looking for Class B under 22' that comfortably sleeps 3 adults

The only thing I can find that will sleep 3 adults are the Winnebago Travato 59G and the Winnebago Rialta. With a budget of around 50K I don't think I can find a Travato, and the fact that they stopped making the Rialta in 2005 concerns me. Does anyone have any other suggestions, or feedback about the reliability of a 2004 or 2005 Rialta? I like the 2 separate sleeping areas as well. It seems like the Roadtreks that say they sleep 3 are more for kids in the front. I may be able to push to 60K but I don't think I can go any higher. I plan on getting something on the back to bring along a moped/scooter for local transportation so definitely don't want longer than 22'. Thanks.

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If you can find one, I have heard good things about the 2005/6 Airstream Sprinter Westfalia. Apparently fewer than 250 of these were imported, so they are relatively rare, but they do come up for sale now and again and are right in your price range ($50-60k).

Sleeps and seats 4 adults in typical Euro design fashion.

You may also want to keep an eye on the new Hymer Aktiv, but they are about 1 year out, and since they will be new, are 2x your budget.


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A used Sportsmobile with a penthouse would meet your criteria.
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