When it comes to motorhomes, Class C RVs are a clear winner for many RVers. The Goldilocks of motorhomes, they’re not too big or too small, making them a popular choice for those who don’t want to drive a tour-bus-size vehicle but want more room than a camper van provides.

The popularity of the Class C motorhome means there are plenty of models to choose from. All of the big-name RV makers (and some lesser-known ones) produce this type of motorhome. To help you cut through some of the noise as you’re shopping, we’ve picked out five of the best Class C RVs on the market.

1. Winnebago Minnie Winnie

Compact, Well-designed Spaces, Best Class C RV for Smaller Families

Minnie Winnie Class C RV

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Winnebago is a mainstay of the RVing world, producing a range of well-respected campers. The Minnie Winnie is no exception. As its name implies, this motorhome is on the smaller side of Winnebago’s RV offerings, with the smallest layout measuring just 23’ long. Depending on the layout you select, the Minnie Winnie can sleep up to seven making it a good choice for smaller groups.

Minnie Winnie Interior

One of the things we liked best on this rig include a split bathroom that houses the shower separately from the toilet and sink, allowing two people to use it at the same time while maintaining everyone’s privacy. Unique storage solutions come standard with Winnebago Smart Space™ design to ensure that every inch of space is put to use. The result is loads of extra storage in places you wouldn’t expect to find it, like the oversized trunk in the back for storing all of your gear and hidden storage compartments underneath the dinette seats.

With seven floor plans to choose from, you’ll find the perfect layout for your family. The starting price is a modest $83,355.

2. Jayco Greyhawk Prestige

Roomy to Roam, Best Class C Motorhome for Larger Families

Jayco Greyhawk

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Celebrating 50 years of manufacturing RVs, Jayco is a trusted name in the motorhome industry. Their Greyhawk Prestige is a versatile option for those interested in bringing along all of the comforts of home when you’re on the road. The 32’ length provides lots of space to spread out. A comfy queen size bed in the master bedroom and a darkening roller window ensure you rest well after each adventure-filled day. Two slide outs provide extra space in the bedroom and living room/kitchen areas.

Jayco Greyhawk Prestige interiorUnique touches include a large 30” x 82” panoramic window in the front cap for expansive outdoor views. An exterior 32” LED TV with all-weather speakers means you don’t have to head indoors to keep up with your favorite shows! Depending on the floor plan you choose, a 10’ to 18’ awning offers plenty of outdoor space to enjoy the fresh air and fun times with friends and family.

Starting just shy of $125,000, the Jayco Greyhawk Prestige is a higher-priced option that works well for weekend warriors and just as well for those who plan on longer-term travel. This model offers three different floor plans and sleeps between 7-11 people. This motorhome offers a lot of space and high-end touches.

3. Thor Motor Coach Outlaw

Innovative Layout, Best Class C for Hauling Toys of All Sizes

Thor Motor Coach Outlaw exterior

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The Thor Motor Coach Outlaw offers the best of many worlds. Its creative design breaks with tradition in all the right ways. The Outlaw is built on a Ford E-Series Chassis with a 6.8L V10 engine that generates 305 HP / 420 lbs.-ft. torque — a lot of power for hauling your toys. It measures 31’ and includes a garage at the back that’s perfect for carrying all your adventure gear. Despite the space devoted to the garage, this RV has space to spare for a full kitchen, bath, and over the cab bunk bed.

Thor Motor Coach Outlaw interior

In the spirit of maximizing space, the garage features a Denver Mattress fold-down murphy queen that transforms a storage space into the master bedroom when you’re stationary. This RV features an innovating 7’ x 6 foot outdoor deck that folds off the back, using the large garage door as an expansive roof to cover the space. This creative design element makes enjoying the great outdoors just that much sweeter.

The Outlaw has two floor plans to choose from, and with starting price south of $75,000 it won't break the bank.

4. Tiffin Wayfarer

High-quality Luxury, Best Class C RV for Couples

Tiffin isn’t a new name in motorhomes, but when it comes to producing Class C RVs, the Wayfarer is their first. Better known for larger, luxury Class A offerings, this manufacturer has brought its tradition of excellence down into the miniature form.

No matter which layout you choose, you’ll be treated to leather seats and a sofa, hardwood kitchen cabinets, a memory foam queen size mattress, and an airy skylight above the shower. Built on a Mercedes chassis, the Wayfarer features the Mercedes safety package, hydraulic leveling system, and nimble handling while on the road. It measures at 25’ long and has room to sleep up to six.

The Wayfarer comes in four different floor plans, so you have a range of options when looking for the best layout for your lifestyle. Tiffin’s high-end finishes don’t come cheaply. Expect to find new models starting in the low $100,000’s and going up from there.

5. Coachmen Leprechaun

Flexible Floorplans, Best Class C for Couples or Families

If you like choices, the Coachmen Leprechaun is your RV. With sixteen floor plans to choose from, finding a layout that meets your needs is easy. Depending on the model you choose, your RV can be built on either a Ford or Chevy chassis. So no matter which auto manufacturer holds your loyalty, Coachmen has you covered. This versatile RV ranges in length from 24’ to 32’ and can sleep between five to nine people depending on the model.

The Leprechaun comes with a number of handy features like a jackknife sofa that can be converted into a bed for added sleeping capacity or just a lazy Sunday afternoon of watching your favorite shows. If you’re a die-hard tailgater, the walkable roof and exterior TV will be a treat. If you’re traveling with kids, the bunk bed configuration provides added space for sleeping.

New models start in the low $50,000’s and head north of $100,000. With so many configurations to choose from, the Leprechaun is the perfect Class C RV for a wide range of budgets.

RV Covers & Accessories Protect Your Motorhome

When you come back from your adventures on the open road, remember to protect your motorhome by purchasing a high-quality cover for your Class C RV. RV covers from well-known brands like ADCO and Classic Accessories protect your motorhome from exposure to the hazards associated with outdoor storage like UV rays, rain, and debris from trees or feathered friends. RVs stored indoors are susceptible to scratches, so consider an indoor cover designed to preserve your RV’s finish. RV windshield covers will prevent UV rays and heat from damaging your upholstery and interior. Captain seat covers and sofa covers will protect seating from accidental spills.

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