Class C Motorhomes

Loaded with value, our Class C motorhomes are packed with everything you need for your RV adventures. From the entry-level Redhawk SE to the powerful Super C Seneca, you are sure to find a motorhome that fits your needs.

2023 Redhawk SE

Starting at $110,768
Sleeps up to 5
Length 25' 2" - 30' 3"

2023 Redhawk

Starting at $145,043
Sleeps up to 7
Length 26' 8" - 32' 6"

2023 Greyhawk

Starting at $162,668
Sleeps up to 7
Length 29' 11" - 32' 6"

2023 Melbourne

Starting at $152,843
Sleeps up to 5
Length 25' 2" - 25' 2"

2023 Melbourne Prestige

Starting at $197,993
Sleeps up to 5
Length 25' 2" - 25' 2"

2023 Seneca XT

Starting at $298,125
Sleeps up to 5
Length 33' 9" - 36' 10"

2023 Seneca

Starting at $317,693
Sleeps up to 9
Length 39' 4" - 39' 4"

2023 Seneca Prestige

Starting at $344,550
Sleeps up to 9
Length 39' 4" - 39' 4"

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why buy a Class C RV?

If you’re in the market for a motorhome, you’ll find that Class C motorhomes fit nicely in between Class A and Class B models; not too big, not too small. Class Cs are great if you don’t need a huge floorplan, but don’t want to feel cramped. They have the distinct over-cab area, and many drivers find them just as comfortable to handle as a large truck or cargo van. Some other reasons to buy a Class C motorhome include:

  • The ability to turn the key, get up and go quickly
  • Access to the living area while driving
  • You don’t have or don’t plan on buying a tow vehicle
  • More service options
  • Generous tank sizes
  • High towing capacity

What is a Super C Class RV?

Super C motorhomes, like our Seneca and Seneca Prestige, are built on a heavy-duty chassis with a more powerful, typically-diesel, engine than standard Class Cs. They offer the option for more living space and more power without having to commit to a full-sized Class A bus. The added size and power also allows for some of the highest towing capacities in the motorhome world. The Seneca, for example, has a GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of 31,000 lbs., a GCWR (gross combined weight rating) of 43,000 lbs., and a 12,000-lb. hitch.


Can a Class C motorhome tow a car?

Yes, most Class C motorhomes can safely tow thousands of pounds. The Jayco Redhawk Class C, for example, has a GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of 14,500 lbs., a GCWR (gross combined weight rating) of 22,000 lbs., and a 7,500-lb. hitch.


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