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Posted: 12/27/20 06:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking to purchase immediately new or used class A Motorhome 2014 and up.
What are the best floor plans for 6 sleepers?
What is your favorite make and model?

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How many adults/big teens and how many children? Bunks for two or four ok?


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Posted: 12/27/20 08:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Describe the intended sleepers?

For example-
Two adults and four 12 and younger children.
Three adult couples.
Two couples and two teenagers.
Six guys.

My favorite is in my signature but it will only sleep one adult couple comfortably.


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The answer is 3 Rvs for 6 adults.
For 2 parents and a bunch of kids, a bunk house 3 deep works well.

You can encourage independence even in young kids by having them sleep in tents. Then Mom and Dad can have privacy.

* This post was edited 12/28/20 09:46am by ppine *

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What you need is a rear bunk room with 4 singles. I don't think I have ever seen a Class A set up this way !

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Many plans will hold that many people, especially a bunk house. The problem is hanging space, pantry space and general kitchen space and sitting space. One thing I’ve always looked forward to is have 6 people in my coach with actual room (in consideration to what I said earlier) for maybe 3.

My point is to look at the entire picture. Think on the basis of “What if it rains for three days”?

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Look at the Super C.

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I found this one that sleeps 6 AND it's been REDUCED! I like it a lot....Dennis

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A Prevost is always a good choice!

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Some of the toy hauler Class A coaches have drop down beds in the rear "garage" portion that is also used as a separate bedroom.

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