10 Best Class B RVs in 2022
Class B RVs are all the rage this year, and for good reason. The small motorhomes offer an opportunity to get away from it all in style while still having everything one needs on their vacation list (iPads not included).
Whether you take weekend camping trips or plan ahead with long-term travel strategies; these cozy homes can be perfect options whether traveling solo or as part of a couple!
So below we’ll look at ten different brands who make our top 10 list. There are many different brands, each has unique features.
Let’s start our tour here with this commonly asked question:
What is a Class B RV?
A Class B RV is the smallest of all three types of motorhomes (Class A, B, and C RVs). Class B motorhomes are sometimes called camper vans since they’re on a van chassis. And most are built in manufactured vans such as a Ram Promaster, Ford Transit, or Mercedes Sprinter.
What’s the Difference between a Class B and Class C RV?
A Class B RV is built within an already manufactured van. In contrast, a Class C RV is on a van or truck chassis. In other words, when the Class C motorhome is in production, it starts with a chassis and cab, and then the “house” goes on top of the chassis. The interior wiring, plumbing, cabinetry, and other components get made first, and then the walls and roof are put on around it.
How Much Does a Class B RV Cost?
Class B RVs may be among the smallest motorhomes on the market, but they can also be expensive. You can purchase a new Class B from $85,000 to over $200,000.
Top 10 Best Class B RVs
Here are the top 10 Most Popular Class B RVs, Starting with our very favorite most versatile, modular affordable Class B RVs:
Length: 19′ 6″:
VANDOIT is built on a Ford Transit Chassis and comes in two versions LIV model, DO model. If you’re looking for versatility this is the Class B RV for you! Checkout their website at www.vandoit.com for all the specifics. The LIV model has sleeping for up to 6 with seating up to 8 and comes with a larger hydraulic bed, gear slide, folding bed leaf, etc. The DO model has sleeping for up to 8 and is an open concept with adjustable/fold-up bed platforms (bunks, desk, work bench, couch, etc) is available in extra long transit, track lined walls, etc. 66 6″
Starting at $88,999
Length: The Solis is built on the RAM Promaster Chassis and comes in one floor plan, 36A which is 17′ 10″.
The Winnebago Solis Pocket is a camper van made for adventurer. You can sleep up to three people with a Murphy Bed/Garage down below. The Solis Pocket comes with Solar Charging, Galley, Cassette Toilet, Freshwater/Gray 20 gallon tanks.
Starting at: $88,999
The Thor Scope Floor Plan 18T is built on the Ram Promaster Chassis with a Gas Engine. Sleeps up to 4 with the handy Pop-Top. Take this off grid with the Solar Charging Capability! It comes with a Galley and the freshwater/gray tank capacity is 16/8 gallons. However, no wet bath in this model.
Length: 17′ 11″
This Class B RV is built in a Ram Promaster with gas engine. It has a 18 gallon fresh water tank, 20 gallon gray tank and a 5 gallon black tank. The wet bath is in the back of the RV with ample storage. It sleeps 2 comfortably with a pull out bench that measures 72″x47″. Plus it has two captain seats that swivel as multi purpose seating with the removable table.
Length: 17′ 9″
If a wet bath isn’t super important to you this 2022 Pleasure Way Tofino may be your ticket. It features a 10-inch touchscreen control panel with enhanced coach battery monitoring and state of the art solar power. It sleeps up to the 4 with the star gazing Pop Top and converting Queen Sized bed. It also comes with a Galley complete with sink, induction cooktop, refrigerator/freezer. It also has an outside shower and 16 gallon fresh water tank and a 8 gallon gray water tank.
Length: 19 7″
The Hymer Activ Class B RV is super easy to drive & sleeps 2! Plus, it comes with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors including comfy seating with swiveling captain seats, wet bath in the middle of the coach and a queen sized bed in the back. It also has a fresh water capacity of 30 gallons, gray water 23 gallons and 4.6 gallon black water tank. It also comes with a power awning to maximize your space outside.
Length: 24″ 5″
The Airstream Interstate E is an energy-efficient diesel Mercedes Sprinter camper van. Its freshwater tank holds 32 gallons, the gray tank holds 27 gallons and the black tank holds 14 gallons. It also comes with a wet bath, kitchen, storage and ample seating.
The Interstate can sleep up to 2 people with bench seating that converts to a queen sized bed.
The Midwest Legend has a wet bath, kitchen, captain’s chairs that swivel. It has two different options for bed configurations. That includes twin beds that convert to a King size bed and a Power Queen size platform.
The Legend is a Ram Promaster 3500 High Roof extended van. It’s freshwater tank capacity is 28 gallons, the black tank holds 15 gallons, and the grey tank holds 18 gallons.
The last Class B RV on our list is the 2021 Winnebago Travato Class B RV that brings can-do capability to adventure seekers of all types, and with features that make life on the go even easier and more comfortable. It sleeps 4 and has a wet bath, galley and solar power! Perhaps more important, it comes equipped with a fuel efficient easy to drive Ram ProMaster FWD chassis with a 280-hp 3.6L V6 engine. Top options include powered patio awning with LED lighting and Bluetooth controls, side screen door with magnetic closures to keep the bugs out and the breeze flow through, Truma combi Eco-Plus uses propane and/or electricity to efficiently provide hot water and coach heat.
Length: 22′ 9″
The most expensive Class B RV on our list features the very popular Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 High Roof Chassis. This Pleasure-Way Plateau FL features many upgrades including a electric sofa in the back of the van that converts into a queen-sized bed. It also has a Lagun table. The wet bath has a sink shower, and toilet, and the kitchen features a 2-burner Dometic stovetop and ample counter space with modern furnishings.
It’s freshwater tank holds 24 gallons, the grey water tank capacity is 35 gallons, and the black tank holds 10 gallons.
Is a Class B RV Worth the Money?
A Class B RV is an investment that’s worth it if you’re going to use it regularly. Since their price tag is on the higher end, it’s the type of RV that you’re likely to keep for many years. They’re great for being able to get into nearly any parking spot or campground. Plus, they’re easy to maneuver and backup.
Which of the Class B RVs on the list are you most drawn to? If you purchase a Class B, we would love to hear what you end up with. Send us a note!