The Best & Smallest Class A RVs For Your Next Adventure!

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Are you ballin’ on a budget?

Do you want to hit the open road in style? 

Maybe you’re looking for a way to enjoy retirement with your family?

If any of this applies to you, then may I present small class A RVs as your best option for traveling the great US of A. 

Now, if you’re here you probably know a bit about RVs and are looking for an option that doesn’t suck the air from you when you see the price tag, and if so welcome!

What used to be an industry dominated by suburban dads looking to take back their lost youth, is now getting a face lift from digital nomads who want to take advantage of remote work. 

Which is great news for you dear reader because it’s never been a better time to go RVing! 

Now, when you think of a class A RV, you’re probably picturing a giant bus, and you would be right. In fact, most class A motorhomes are actually built on a bus chassis. 

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But where you might be amiss is in all the different options manufacturers provide in this segment of RVs. In fact, many manufacturers realize that not everyone wants a 45 foot RV, but they still want a high quality camping experience in a small package. 

If you want a motorhome (and not a travel trailer), that’s where these small class A RVs come in. Below you’ll see a number of options that are under 30 feet, but still offer great amenities. However, before you pull out your wallet, keep reading because we’ve done the hard work of filtering the best RV options for you. 

So, what are the smallest class A RV options available today? 

Let’s find out!  

10 Best Small Class A RVs You Have to See

  1. Newmar Bay Star Sport 2702
  2. Entegra Vision 27A
  3. Jayco Alante 27A
  4. Winnebago Sunstar 27P
  5. Coachmen Pursuit 27XPS
  6. Winnebago Intent 26M
  7. Fleetwood Flair 28A
  8. Thor Axis 24.1
  9. Thor Vegas 25.6
  10. Winnebago Adventurer 27N
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Newmar Bay Star Sport 2702

At 27 feet 11 inches long, we have the Bay Star Sport which is the third smallest class A RV on our list. 

This RV is still a firecracker with a strong 7.3 liter V8 engine pushing 350 horsepower sitting on top of a F-series chassis.

This motorhome holds an impressive 75 gallon freshwater tank, 60 gallon gray water tank, and a 40 gallon black water tank. 

Sleeping space is a breeze because you can easily fit between 5-6 people with a majority of the floor plans available to you in this motorhome. The Bay Star Sport 2702 stretches your living space by placing a couch in a slide, with a second slide out bedroom providing a full dressing area. 

The Bay Star Sport comes with a ton of standard amenities not often found in other RV options. These include AC, full generator, a propane heating system, and two 12V batteries to help power the equipment. 

You can even expect overhead cabinets to line practically every wall, which keeps all your living gear secure and away from the living space.

You can customize the interior of this Newmar Class A motorhome to fit your family’s lifestyle. You can choose from a sleeping booth, a regular booth in the Euro style, or a dinette which doubles as a desk.

A folding sofa can replace the lounge sofa, and a folding table can be placed in the middle of the cockpit seats.


  • Length: 27’ 11”
  • Price: $197,008
  • GVWR: 18,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 75 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 40 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 60 gallons
  • LPG: 25 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons
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Entegra Coach Vision 27A

Built on the F-series chassis and rocking a very similar engine (7.3 liter V8 gas) to the Bay Star Sport, is the Entegra Vision 26X. 

With a very similar floor plan to the Bay Star Sport, you can expect a comfortable ride, although the bathroom is opposite the bed in the back, which opens up the kitchen and wardrobe. Even with the bathroom being opposite the back, you can still expect a full bath.

The Vision 26X offers an (RV) queen bed, a full bathroom (including shower), couches, full kitchen (stove, microwave, and fridge), along with a dinette. It even includes an outdoor shower for you or your pets!

The Vision can sleep up to six people with its two slide outs, 13-foot awning, and optional drop-down overhead sleeper above the cockpit. The regular sofa can be swapped out for a theater sofa, which features cupholders in its central console.

It’s also got plenty of overhead storage and wardrobe space for extra RV gear or winter clothes!


  • Length: 28’ 5”
  • Price: $137,450
  • GVWR: 16,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 53 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 32 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 40 gallons
  • LPG: 16.5 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons
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Jayco Alante 26X

The Jayco Alante 26X is built on a F-series chassis and is powered by a strong 6.8 liter V10 gas engine. It’s largely similar to the Vision 26X in terms of layout, with two slide outs along with a 13-foot awning for outdoor cover. The kitchen is identical to that of the Vision, however because of its luxury features (think stainless steel appliances), this RV does have a higher base price.

The Jayco Alante 26X layout exemplifies why this model is a top pick among small Class A RVs for families who search for comfortable sleeping quarters and couples who value their privacy.

The tiny size of this RV is contradicted by its spacious bathroom, which makes taking a shower and getting dressed a breeze. The large canopy and outdoor entertainment setup are also major pluses. This RV’s superior road-handling is another advantage.

With a rear slide out, the motorhome’s main bedroom can easily accommodate a queen size bed. The sofa and dinette, which are conveniently located in the middle of the RV, can benefit from the additional space provided by the second slide out, which is located on the other side of the RV.

The galley has a double-door refrigerator which can hold plenty of food, as well as a three burner stove, oven, and convection microwave. The large, deep sink is a welcome addition to the kitchen’s efficiency.

The sofa and the dinette table, both of which are unique to Jayco, can be converted into sleeper sofa for guests. A drop down bunk that lowers and theater seats can be requested for extra space for sleeping.

A wall-mounted 39″ television can be found in the indoor living area, and an LED TV can be found beneath the 13′ electric awning providing a nifty outside entertainment center. 


  • Length: 28’ 5”
  • Price: $163,418
  • GVWR: 18,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 53 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 32 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 40 gallons
  • LPG: 16.5 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons 
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Winnebago Sunstar 27P

The Winnebago Sunstar 27P, like a few other options here, rides on a Ford F-series chassis and is powered by a 7.3L V8 gasoline engine. Its length is 28 feet and 5 inches, and it has enough sleeping space for up to five people to sleep comfortably. In fact, this option is one of the best choices if you plan to regularly entertain or have guests.

It can tow up to 5,000 pounds, so you can attach a compact car (a toad) to the back and pull it behind the RV, or you can get a trailer to haul extra gear or an ATV.

But the RV’s interior design is what really sets it apart from the competition. Because the door is located about halfway back rather than directly behind the cockpit, the sleeping sofa is situated behind the driver’s seat and across from the dinette.

This RV stands out due to its spacious kitchen and living area. You may choose between a couch bed or a dinette that is 42 inches by 73 inches, so there’s plenty of seating options.

There’s plenty of room to spread out in the kitchen, thanks to the double sink, microwave oven, and refrigerator.


  • Length: 28’ 5”
  • Price: $196,138
  • GVWR: 18,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 51 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 50 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 45 gallons
  • LPG: 18 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons 
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Coachmen Pursuit 27XPS

Coming in at number 5 we have the Coachman Pursuit (27XPS) which is one of the few RV options here without a slide out. Although it’s only 29 feet long, the Pursuit comes packed with convenient features. This model, constructed on the Ford F-53 frame, is a mid-size motorhome and an excellent choice for new RVers.

Sleeping quarters for 4 people are provided by a queen bed and a fold-down bunk above the cab which definitely gives a little space between anyone staying with you.

Speaking of guests, you can effortlessly cook and host friends inside the thoroughly equipped kitchen and spacious living room. In fact, all of the kitchen’s appliances, including the range hood, refrigerator, high-rise faucet, 3-burner stove, and microwave oven, are stainless steel. 

A longer counter provides additional space for food preparation with a pretty backsplash to tie it all together. Plus, there’s a ton of room for belongings both above and below the couch, so campers in RVs won’t have to leave anything behind.

The living space is quite nice too. You may listen to your favorite tunes with the touch of a button on the 10-inch touchpad radio that has AM/FM radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto Link. There are also pleated privacy curtains, reclining and swiveling pilot chairs, a charging station, as well as a TV. Like the other models featured in this article, this one does not come with a pedestal table that can be removed from the cab to make more room for eating.

While the bedroom is shorter than others, there is still enough space thanks to the two wardrobes and the overhead cabinets.


  • Length: 29’
  • Price: $150,000
  • GVWR: 16,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Towing Capacity: 8,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 50 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 31 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 31 gallons
  • LPG: 20 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons 

Winnebago Intent 26M

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If you don’t mind a used RV then check out the Winnebago Intent. Smaller families (or those who only have the occasional visitor) will find the Winnebago Intent 26M to be the perfect choice for a recreational vehicle. 

Since 2020, Winnebago no longer produces the Intent, making it a perfect choice for anyone shopping for a used compact Class A motorhome. In any case, that merely means you receive the same high level of convenience and comfort.

The Winnebago Intent offers loads of features and fun in a compact package. Since it’s now only available as a used motorhome, it’s even more affordable. And since not everyone is in the market for a new RV, this could be a great option for you and your family.

The Intent boasts a powerful V10 triton engine (gas powered) and sits on top a F-series chassis which holds this 26 foot 10 inch long RV. 

For a little RV, the Intent’s 80-gallon fuel tank is surprisingly large. Furthermore, the 5,000-pound towing capacity allows you to bring a sizable toad along on cross-country journeys.

The Winnebago Intent is available with either 2 separate slide outs or a full wall slide out, and it is built from aluminum and fiberglass. Each one is outfitted with a 19 foot awning and hydraulic front and rear stabilizer jacks.

Vinyl flooring can be found inside, along with a 3 burner stove and oven in the galley along with a decent sized refrigerator.

The Intent can comfortably sleep 5 people (more if smaller kids) by boasting a queen bed, a loft bed in the living area, and a convertible dinette. The rear of this RV contains the bedroom that serves as the master, and it is outfitted with both a king bed and a walk-in closet which folds out like an accordion.


  • Length: 26’ 8”
  • Price: Starting around $86,000
  • GVWR: 16,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 48 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 31 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 45 gallons
  • LPG: 60 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons 

Fleetwood Flair 28A

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Coming in at just over 29 feet (29’3” actually) is the Fleetwood Flair 28A. This small class A RV is another example of a motorhome built on a Ford series chassis. It also boasts a strong 7.3 liter V8 engine.

The Flair 28A is also incredibly nimble on the road. With an 8,000-pound towing capacity, you can tow most vehicles (even up to SUVs) so you can travel easily on your RV adventure.

While the Fleetwood Flair 28A is capable of sleeping eight people, the layout is more effective to a traveling couple. 

The motorhome’s kitchen, which spans both sides, maximizes efficiency, while the vehicle’s central entrance minimizes bottlenecks.

Having a 50 inch TV in the outdoor entertainment center, a huge pass through storage area in the basement, and a direct hookup for a gas grill means you won’t need to bring a separate tank, all of which you will greatly appreciate. 

The modern cabinetry and color scheme provide a clean, sophisticated look for the room.

The Flair 28A class A RV is definitely built for a life within RV parks or camping at any campground with water lines available.


  • Length: 29’ 3”
  • Price: $116,200
  • GVWR: 16,000 lbs
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Towing Capacity: 8,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 50 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 37 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 37 gallons
  • LPG: 5 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons  

Thor Axis 24.1

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Coming in at just under 26 feet we have the Thor Axis 24.1. This is definitely one of the smallest RVs you’ll come across, and it’s actually the smallest class A RV on our list. 

Built on a Ford chassis (E-series) and rocking a 7.3 liter V8 Triton engine, this “pocket rocket” is bound to be a good time. 

Thor actually considers this a RUV (recreational utility vehicles) more than it does an RV because it drives similar to a very large SUV. 

This model (and the Vegas model below) are built with small size in mind so you can feel comfortable driving. Plus, you won’t need to give up on comfort.  

Powerful enough to haul around 8,000 pounds, but small enough to fit in a large majority of campgrounds, this RV is built for being on the road and exploring the great outdoors. It’s only got a GVWR of 12,500. 

You’ll comfortably sleep up to five people with its unique floor plan options, which include 2 twin beds that can convert into a king size bed, along with an overhead bunk bed above the captain’s chair, and a 68” sofa bed conversion. It’s not often you come across a smaller RV like this that has a king size bed; food for thought if you want the most out of a master suite.

Amenity wise, you can expect all the classics of a class A, but in a more compact package. Fairly sized sink, 2 burner stove, fridge, convection oven, full bathroom (no wet baths here), and a couple of TVs.

Talk about glamping!

This RV also does well in winter with a 15,000 BTU A/C and another 30,000 BTU furnace (propane) for full climate control.  


  • Length: 25’ 8”
  • Price: $147,900
  • GVWR: 12,500 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Towing Capacity: 8,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 42 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 30 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 40 gallons
  • LPG: 9.4 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 55 gallons

Thor Vegas 25.6

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Next on our list is the Thor Vegas Class A. Now, this bad boy may be small, but they’re packed with features and practicality. One slide out in this model contains almost all of the kitchen, which provides more living space for a roomy and comfortable feel on the road compared to many class A options. 

Plus, this version features everything you could possibly want for a road trip, whether you’re going to a stadium for tailgating or driving across the country to visit relatives. 

With the queen-size fold-out bed, the 76″ long dinette, and the bunk bed located above the cab, you will easily sleep four people. 

You can set up camp just about anywhere thanks to the fully equipped kitchen and bathroom, and there’s no need to go hungry with the one induction stovetop and one gas burner.

Thor considers this an RUV (recreational utility vehicle, just like the Axis above) which means it’s meant to drive a lot like loaded down SUVs. 

This makes sense because it’s built on a Ford F series truck chassis and rocking a 7.3 liter V8 engine. 

Built small intentionally, this RV is supposed to inspire confidence in any driver when on the road. It only has a GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of 14,500 pounds and more than enough engine to help you go up and down hills – coming in with a 7.3 liter V8 gas engine. You can even tow roughly 8,000 pounds.

Combine all of this with a fairly sized 6 gallon water heater, and a 15,000 BTU A/C (plus a 30,000 BTU heater) and you’re going to be camping in luxury.

The master is a queen and has a decent 32” TV, with the main living space offering another 39” swivel TV option. Plus you’ll get all the amenities you need with very similar options to the Thor Axis above. 

If you have a small family (2 kids, plus you and your spouse) and want a great drivable RV that offers higher class sleeping conditions, then check out this Vegas option.


  • Length: 26’ 9”
  • Price: $99,999
  • GVWR: 14,500 lb
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Towing Capacity: 8,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 39 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 30 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 41 gallons
  • LPG: 40 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 55 gallons  

Winnebago Adventurer 27N

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Ah the Adventurer 27N. This small class A RV is another beauty from Winnebago and the last on our list. Utilizing the space in an incredibly clever way, with the kitchen being a full slide out, you’ll find plenty of room for a comfy overnight stay. 

Like many other class A options on this list, this RV is built on a Ford chassis (F series) and it is equally powered by a 7.3 liter V8 engine offering plenty of power to haul a toad (you know, that travel car) anywhere you need to go. The Winnebago also rocks plenty of exterior storage to help you bring more camping gear. Trust us, you’ll want this extra storage space.

Unlike many options on this list, you won’t find a convertible sofa in this RV. In fact, the 27N was built with couples in mind who are looking to live full time in an RV. They opted to make the master bedroom more spacious, improve the closet and wardrobe options, and provide plenty of walking room. 

Most floor plans will offer a queen bed, but there are some floor plans which will offer a king bed. There’s even a sliding door to help provide privacy. From what we can tell, we couldn’t find any options with twin beds which make me think further that this RV was built for 2.

Granted, you can sleep 4 because of the convertible dinette and the loft bed above the cockpit, but in our opinion this was built with couples (who don’t have children) in mind. 

  • Length: 28’ 5”
  • Price: $171,059
  • GVWR: 18,000 lb
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Towing Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 64 gallons
  • Black Water Tank: 43 gallons
  • Gray Water Tank: 53 gallons
  • LPG: 18 gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons 

What’s a Class A RV?

Class A RVs are basically hotels on wheels. End of story, right?

Not quite so. 

Actually, Class A RVs (or recreational vehicles if you drink tea with your pinky up) are considered motorhomes. Meaning they have an engine and are able to propel the RV. 

Best way to explain what a class A RV is by asking you if you’ve ever seen the movie “RV” with Robin Williams? 

That’s a class A motorhome.

Typically these RVs are fully self contained because they’re giant fiberglass boxes sitting on a steel or aluminum truck or bus chassis. They’ll often range from 25 to sometimes 50+ feet if you’re feeling extra spicy, and they have the best amenities of nearly any other RV type (maybe except for fifth wheels, those things are spaceships too).  

If you like camping in style, or just flexing on your neighbors, then class A RVs are the way to go. They’ll almost always offer a full kitchen, multiple sleeping areas, bathroom, a living room with recliners and sofas, along with a dining area because that’s totally casual.

You can also typically expect every gadget in existence on a class A too. If you’re a dad who loves gizmos, you’ll fit right in with these motorhomes!

Be warned though, in terms of length, some states can be strict about what license type they require for you to drive a rolling hotel. Makes sense, but I recommend you check out our article on it to verify. 

If you’re new to the whole RV thing, then I would recommend not getting a class A to pop your cherry, unless you drove a school bus for a living (shout out to my pops!). Anyways, these monsters can be tough to maneuver, especially on sharp S curves, and are an absolute beast to park into a campsite. In fact, most national parks won’t allow for giant class A’s to stay in their campgrounds. 

Expect to pay for luxury. Class A RVs start at roughly $70,000 and can go as high as $1M+ (if you opt for the all-gold-errything option). And that’s only the gas engines, if you opt for a diesel pusher expect to tack on an extra $20k to the RV. 

With all that being said, there are certainly smaller class A options you can choose from. They’ll still offer quite a bit of extras, but in a mini-me format. 

What Makes A Small Class A RV Different?

The main difference between a “regular” class A and a small class A is the length. Most class As will average to around 35 feet long where these smaller options will average around 27 feet making them significantly more manageable for the new RVer. 

Why Choose A Small Class A Over Other RV Types?

Despite its smaller size compared to large Class A motorhomes or even super class C RVs, a compact Class A motorhome will offer a high level of luxury and comfort.

One compelling argument in favor of Class A’s is the ease of parking at campsites and beyond. This is something you won’t usually find with other class A options.

Buyers of smaller Class A motorhomes may give up some luxuries without giving up much in the way of price or fuel economy.

Here are some of the main benefits of picking a small class A compared to other RV types:

Smooth Ride

Regardless of size with class A’s, you can expect a thicker and more durable suspension and chassis, which comes from a larger truck or even bus. This makes riding in a class A very comfortable. 

Other RV types will use an E series chassis or something similar, which makes you feel every bump or pothole. 

One additional aspect of a small class A is front seating. These RV seats are significantly more comfortable compared to class B or Cs. Plus you get the added benefit of sitting higher compared to your peers on the road.


So, be honest. When leaving for a trip, you’re going to include as much camping gear or other nice-to-haves so the camping experience will be comfortable.

This is why a small class A will come in handy. Often these RVs will provide ample storage to bring your extra equipment. 

Even though class C and Bs have external storage options, those are going to pale in comparison to class A RVs.

Additionally, road noise is dampened by the storage spaces beneath the class A floor.

Living Space

Class A motorhomes have larger windows and taller ceilings than class C RVs, creating the sensation of additional interior space upon entry.

A more spacious and open layout is used for the pilot section. The captain’s chairs easily swivel to face the living area, making the place feel more like home.

The abundance of windows allows for an influx of natural light which instantly lifts the mood. Class C vehicles often have a smaller cab space, with only a single rotating seat. Class C cabins are smaller and darker because of the upper bunk or storage.

Most Class A RVs have a bunk above the cab; however, it is suspended from the ceiling by electric jacks and may be easily removed when not in use.


Class A motorhomes have larger fresh water, grey water, and black water storage tanks, reducing the frequency of tank refills and emptying, whether you choose dry camping or RV parks.

Most also feature an integral generator that makes it simple to camp without access to grid power or to endure temporary blackouts at the campground.

Pros of a Small Class A RV


If you’re looking for a tiny Class A RV, this is the biggest perk you’ll find. One of these vehicles is easier to maneuver through congested parking lots and fit into tighter campgrounds. To add, you shouldn’t feel bad about spending the night in a campground in a national park. Your motorhome’s size is no longer a problem.

Great For 2

If you’re looking for a coach for two, look no further. You can save money on a larger motorhome by forgoing amenities like bunk beds, a second bathroom, and extra sofas if you’re not taking your kids along on your trip. The amount of usable space in your home increases. This is ideal for when you intend to remain in one location for an extended amount of time.


Most class A RVs are going to run you between $300,000 – $500,000 with some options going much further north of that. These small class A RV options are only going to run you between $100,000 – $200,000. Plus, with all that savings, you can go on many more trips!

Cons of a Small Class A RV

Living Space

If you’re used to a larger motorhome, the smaller living space of one of these RVs may come as a shock at first. Some luxuries, like tile floors or an on-demand water heater, may be removed as well.

Need A Toad 

If you plan on visiting any of the locations you travel to, you’re going to need a toad for going into town. It’s very difficult to try and get groceries with a class A RV, no matter the size. Now imagine trying to park it in a small cafe parking lot, impossible. 


Something that doesn’t often get talked about is the safety of class A RVs. Compared with other drivable RV options, I personally think class As are the most dangerous. You’re sitting in a cockpit which only has glass protecting you, and you’re not usually going to find airbags within a class A. Plus, it’s just a fiberglass box on top of a frame, which doesn’t do well in accidents.  

What’s The Smallest Class A Available?

Right now, it’s tied between the Axis 24.1 and the Vegas 24.5 (both made by Thor) where they come in at 25 feet 8 inches long. 

Although they’re both the same size, their floor plans are drastically different. 

How Do Class A Motorhomes Retain Their Value?

I don’t recommend you think of RVs in the same ways as stick and motor homes. They’re not going to appreciate in value, at all, but they will often keep a very decent chunk of their value. This will all depend on how you treat the RV. 

I’ve seen RVs keep between 80-90% of their value (usually Airstreams) while others might only keep 50% (usually pop ups).

Generally, class A RVs will lose at most 30% of their value IF maintained well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will My Class A Motorhome Get Great Gas Mileage?

Depending on the engine type. Gas engines will do slightly worse then diesel pushers. You can expect roughly 8 -12 miles per gallon with your class A. Remember, they’re much heavier than other RV types (even the small ones) and are sitting on a fairly substantial chassis. 

Will I Need Any Special Driver’s Licenses To Operate A Class A?

Depends on the state. We have a full article on special license requirements for class A RVs. Most of the time, as long as the vehicle is under 26,000 pounds, you’re good to go. Although quite a few states have a length requirement which won’t be a problem if you’re looking for the smallest class A RV. 

What Is the Shortest Diesel Pusher Class A Motorhome?

Right now it’s the Allegro Breeze 31 BR (which is made by Tiffin) coming in at just over 31 feet. It rocks a Cummins B6.7 liter engine and is a nice hauler. 


Nowadays, you may choose from a wide variety of high-quality RVs. They are now easier to use, more maneuverable, and lighter thanks to developments in manufacturing and material selection.

Especially when we’re talking about Class A motorhomes that are less than 30 feet in length. The comforts of home may be taken on the road with any type of Class A motorhome.

How you plan to utilize your smaller Class A Rv will play a role in determining which model is ideal for both you and your family.

The Jayco Alante 26X and the Winnebago Sunstar 29V are two of the greatest small Class A motorhomes to consider if you require a lot of sleeping room for a large family or a large traveling group.

The Coachmen Precision 27DS is an excellent small motorhome option if you are the type of traveler who enjoys spending days at a time boondocking away from civilization.

You may go for days without needing to restock either your fresh water or sewage supplies thanks to the tanks provided.

It’s true that the motorhome market is flooded with excellent products. This list contains what is likely to be the best compact Class A motorhomes available.

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