Class C RVs are one of the hottest segments in the RV market. With the new 2021 lineup, many fun features and beautiful interiors have been introduced. Based on top searches, top ratings and feature lists from RVT.com, Here are 5 new Class C RVs for sale for you to check out. 

2021 Jayco Redhawk. From 24 ft to 32 feet, there’s a lot to love about the 2021 Jayhawk models. On a Ford 6.8 Triton V10 and starting near $115,000 the Jayhawk has features to make a fun RV trip such as pop-up charging stations, Sony infotainment system and marine exterior speakers. 

2021 Dynamax Isata 5. The beautiful, luxurious Dynamax Isata has been a fan favorite for years. Recessed lighting, tile and hardwood floors, dual sinks and full baths are a few of the special touches you will find in the 2021 models. Starting at $170,000 the Dynamax is at the higher end of class C pricing, and full of value. 

2021 Coachmen Prism. From their popular Sprinter Class C lineup, the 2021 Coachmen Prism is a small, fun and full-featured RV. With a full-side automatic awning, front bunk with window, sunroof and dinette slideout, the new models of the Prism are fun, easy to drive and most sleep 5. 

2021 Winnebago View. The 2021 and the already released 2022 Winnebago View are on a Mercedes chassis with an emphasis on comfort. Luxurious details and offgrid options make the View a great option for more wilderness adventuring. Full baths, theater seating option and sleeping up to 9 people make this Class C a great one to consider if you are shopping in the upper – $180,000 range. 

2021 Thor Tiburon 24. Resting on a Mercedes Sprinter Chassis and with a full wall slide, this roomy and stylish Class C is only 24 feet (24TT model). Fun touches such as built in skylights and extra large dinette make the interior easy to move in, while the Sprinter Diesel is fun to drive and gets great gas mileage. The 2021 models are priced between $160,000 and $172,000.

What is a Class C RV?

Class C RVs are motorized RVs that are built on a van chassis, such as a RAM, Ford or Mercedes Sprinter. They are usually under 32 feet with dual rear axles, and the modern Class Cs are as small as 22 ft, parkable almost anywhere. Wider and taller than Class B van-style RVs, yet smaller and lighter (and lower priced) than a Class A, Class C campers remain a popular choice for RV enthusiasts who do not want to tow their camper.

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