Category Archives: Class C Motorhome

Review of the Gulfstream Coach

 Gulfstream Coach On this week’s show Jeff gives us a quick insight on how to tell a class C motorhome from a B-Plus or even a class A. I know that, especially if you’re new to the RV world, identifying all the various models can get a little confusing. Well, Jeff shows us a…
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Nexus RV Ghost- Class C

Nexus RV's new DirectionNexus RV has been around for some time now building high-quality motorhomes with factory-direct sales. The success of this company is a story in itself and one we may bring to you on a future show.

During the Elkhart Open House, we asked our RV Nexus RV Interiordealer expert Bob Zagami to pay a visit to Nexus and talk with company founders, Claude Donati and Dave Middleton about the company’s decision to start selling through RV dealers and how it effects past, current and future buyers.

While at the company, Bob had a chance to check out their 2018 model lineup including the all-new super-C diesel model called the Wraith which is now available in 3 different floor plans. For more information on the Wraith and Nexus RV visit: www.nexusrv.com

Gulf Stream Conquest Class C

Gulf Stream Class CLike most categories of RVs, the class C motorhome market has been seeing record growth for the past few years especially with young growing families or grandparents with grandkids in tow.

If your RV taste leans toward a motorized RV as opposed to a towable and you are on a family budget then check out this week’s feature story on the Gulf Stream Coach, Conquest class C motorhome.

Gulf Stream Class CIt’s been a while since we’ve done a feature on a class C so this story gave Jeff Johnston an opportunity to get back into the class C style of RVing.

Jeff and Pam took the Conquest out for a few days of travel and camping to get a good feel for what the Conquest has to offer and one thing it has is… plenty of room.

Gulf Stream Class CLike most class C’s, the Conquest has the big over-the-cab extension which adds a whole lot of sleeping space without taking up any space in the general living area. Also, like many class C’s, the Conquest is built on the popular, fuel-efficient Ford E-350 or E-450 chassis. And like all class C’s the cab area is the same as any E-350 or E-450 van so driving Conquest won’t take a major learning experience to find yourself comfortable behind the wheel.

The Conquest has models varying from 24-feet right up to 34-feet, so you’re sure to find a size and floor plan that will fit your needs. When it comes to amenities… the Conquest comes with most features anyone would want, but if you’re looking for extras, Gulf Stream has plenty of options you can choose from.

Check out this week’s feature and for more information on the Conquest Class C or any Gulf Stream product.

Review of Jayco Melbourne Class C, Airstream 2 Go and How Aqua-Kem is made

Thetford Corp office

We visit Thetford Corp.

How Aqua-Kem is made

This week we head to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to visit Thetford Corp. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, Thetford makes a lot of RV related products. This week we’re looking at one in particular….. Aqua-Kem. It’s been the number 1 selling holding tank deodorant of all time as well as America’s most trusted holding tank deodorant. Now that says it all!

We decided to pay a visit to the Thetford headquarters and factory and find out just what goes into developing and making the various Aqua-Kem products.

 

Jayco Melbourne reviewed by Rollin On TV


Jayco Melbourne Class C

Also, Jeff Johnston checks out the Jayco Melbourne Class C motorhome. This smaller size class C is one of the hottest selling categories of motorhomes on the market.

We’ll join Jeff as he takes out the Melbourne for a few days for one of his real-life reviews. He soon finds out why this new size motorhome is so popular.

 


Airstream-2-Go

You don’t have to be a seasoned RVer to know the name Airstream. Airstream trailers, even used ones, are in high demand, which explains why affording an Airstream isn’t in everyone’s budget.

But even if you can’t afford one, that doesn’t preclude you from enjoying a fun-filled Airstream vacation with Airstream-2-Go.

These stories and more on this week’s program.