We know you’re going to spend a lot of time in your Fleetwood RV making memories. So we spent a lot of time figuring out how to make the best motorhome possible–and it all starts with construction innovation.
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As one of the top-known brands in the RV world, Fleetwood’s won a reputation for longevity. Fleetwood Class A gas motorhomes for sale today add to this legacy by providing some of the best touring recreational vehicles on the market. Fleetwood’s entire business model revolves around building an RV that people can believe in that has all the creature comforts of a static home with all the versatility of one built for the road.
Fleetwood Class A gas motorhomes for sale today have the space needed to tour in style. Whether you’re traveling as a retired couple, going on an adventure with a crew, or full-timing and seeing all that America has to offer and more, you live your life to the fullest in a Fleetwood. Both overhead and underneath, your storage options have never been more spacious. Sleeping areas are customizable and feature all the modern conveniences to help you relax for the next day ahead. Eat a meal cooked in the full-service kitchen and store what’s left over inside the generous refrigerator and freezer selection.
Class A gas motorhomes by Fleetwood have the versatility to reach out to untraveled lands thanks to their flexibility. Gas is more common than diesel, making it easier to fuel up, and the large reservoirs for fresh and gray water allow for longer periods spent boondocking. Gas engines, requiring fewer specialized parts and skills to maintain, also perform very well in colder climates overall.
Fleetwood Class A RVs are larger and heavier than Class B or Class C RVs. With this additional living space and storage space also comes a larger footprint, so you’ll want to make sure that you have the proper pad size reserved for you when you pull into your RV park. Calling ahead to save a parking area for your size and weight is always recommended regardless of your RV’s size, but for impromptu traveling and overnights, it might be more difficult to find spaces that can accommodate larger RVs. Gas engines also don’t have the torque of their diesel counterparts, so if you’re looking to do a lot of towing in the mountains, then you might want to consider a diesel RV option.
Fleetwood Class A gas motorhomes for sale today are perfect for taking the whole crew and their travel needs with you on your next adventure. If you’re interested in a Fleetwood for your next (or perhaps your first) RV, then reach out to the motorcoach experts at Berryland Campers to schedule a zero-pressure tour of our models!