Super Class C motorhomes are the GrandDaddy of Class C motorhomes. Super C’s are typically built on a class 5 through class 8 chassis, which is a commercial class of workhorse trucks for towing and carrying heavy loads. This design allows for a higher quality build in RV beyond that of Class A Motorhomes. While many believe that a class A is a top for luxury, the super C class chassis provides a better foundation that puts the super Cs in a class of their own.
A super C has many advantages over class A, while a class A does have a few advantages over Super C overall. The super Cs are carving out a whole new class of RVs beyond class A motorhomes
Here’s a list of items that make a super C superior to that of a Class A motorcoach, and why you might want to consider one in the near future.
While buying a class A or super C, the choice is clear, it has to do with traveling in luxury and having the finances to afford such luxuries. In either choice, you will find
While there is a long list of advantages for a super c, then there are negatives, I can’t just leave this out and sweep it under the rug and pretend that there are not dis-advantages to super C. There are a few items that do not make them as attractive.
The battle for the best super C is only among a few companies. Currently, there are only a handful of companies that are manufacturing the super C’s. While there are a few other companies just dipping their toes into manufacturing a super C. Dynamax, Renegade, Thor, Jayco, Nexus, plus a few other smaller companies are battling it out on the reported 4 percent of the market share of all class c’s sold. Not surprising considering the price of the super c classes. With that said the market is growing as more and more people are choosing a super C over a class A. The biggest draw to buying a Super C is the towing capacity over an A.
A super C costs start from about $100k to up to $800k depending on all the customization and the company you want to purchase one from new. Even used many of the ones that I looked for were still selling for over $100k even after a few years, the prices did not seem to have dropped by much.
Getting a super C is a great alternative to a class A, as long as you have the budget for this type of RV along with the maintenance costs that come along with it. Most buyers of either class A or super C’s are typically boomers who are wanting to travel across the country to spend more time in temperate temperatures throughout the year. There is one thing for sure Super Cs are definitely carving out a higher standard for RVing.