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Hi. I’m researching Class C RVs and am looking for suggestions regarding which models have the swiveling driver/passenger seats that are on the same level as the rest of the floor plan. It seems like most have a step down which I don’t like.

Are there any?

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We have a Coachmen Highlander 22QB with swivel seats no step down. Rear bed & bath have a step up.

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It might be an option to add swivel seats to any class c unit.


Give Discountvantruck.com a call for fit.

You might only be able to partially swivel the drivers seat which is why some people only do the passenger side.

Sometimes you’ll need a booster cushion on the passenger seat bc its too low to the floor when swiveled facing the rear.

Look at the van seats seats not class A seats which will be too wide.

* This post was edited 08/07/21 07:40am by bobndot *

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I took some angle irons and raised the cab seats for when we set for the winter, in the land of warm weather and sunshine.

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Mine swivel and lower but I am high enough I don't mind.

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Our 2250 Sunseeker on Chevy chassis has about a 2 1/2 inch step down, so that wouldn't fit your request. That said, I added a swivel to the passenger seat, and while the floor is a bit closer when swiveled, I don't mind. I can stretch my legs out a bit... right into everyone else's way!

Passenger Seat Swivel mod.

Perhaps the Mercedes Benz chassis based class Cs have a flat floor at that transition; the only way you'll find out for sure is to walk the lots.


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