Class C RVs are among the most common and recognizable on the market. They are notorious for their easy handling, space, towing capabilities and safety features. For these reasons, and more, class C RVs are perfect options for both new and seasoned RVers.
Used RV campers are a popular choice for both novice and seasoned RVers at any budget. Prices range from million-dollar bus conversions that are just a couple years old to 30-year old “hunters’ specials” priced just under $3,000.
Is it time to break up with your old RV? Maybe you’ve outgrown it, maybe a hot new model has caught your eye – whatever your reason, you’re just not happy in your current RV relationship. Don’t worry. It can happen to even the most stalwart camper.
No doubt about it. RV camping is a big adventure. But you don’t need a big RV to have big-RV fun. A small RV can maximize your camping enjoyment while minimizing your costs. There are many kinds of small RVs on the market, and one is sure to fit your camping needs. Want to learn more facts about small RVs? Check out 10 Fast Facts for Small RVs.
Let’s say you’ve made the decision to buy an RV. Congratulations! Now you get to make another decision: Should you by a new RV or a used one?Deciding whether a new or used RV would work best for you depends on your needs and your travel plans.We can’t make that decision for you, but we can help you weigh the pros and cons of each.
What do you get when you cross a well-planned living space with a lightweight bunkhouse camper? You get the Keystone Bullet! While some other manufacturers seem to struggle with the concept of creating optimized, truly livable floorplans in an RV, Keystone has built their reputation on it. In the process, they’ve built severalhighly livable bunkhouse models, all within a lightweight shell. For this review, we’ll focus on Keystone’s Bullet 311BHS and Bullet Premier 34BHPR models.