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Which One of These RVs Is Your Perfect Fit?

How to find the motorhome that’s right for you

Thor Outlaw camper RV on woody campsite in fall, motorbike parked nearby and two blue camping chairs set up near the campfire

Whether you’re hitting the road on a year-long odyssey or need a place to relax after outdoor adventures, here are models that’ll fit your lifestyle—and your wanderlust personality.

For thrill-seeking gearheads: the Thor Outlaw

These units allow owners to park an ATV or bike in a storage space at the rear of their motorhome. The Thor Outlaw retains luxurious living facilities while adding an eight-foot-by-10-foot garage at the rear—the perfect size for a side-by-side ATV. Naturally, the garage is equipped with a 28” LED television.

Beauty shot of Thor Outlaw RV on white with snapshot of interior dining area 

For travelling tailgaters: the Jayco Redhawk 25R

An outside kitchen offers the luxury of grilling steaks in the fresh air without soiling the RV’s interior. Jayco’s Redhawk 25R features exterior panels behind which you’ll find a refrigerator, gas grill, and a sink with hot and cold running water. The only decision you have to make? Choosing what you’d like to barbecue for tonight’s dinner.

Beauty shot of white Jayco Redhawk 25R RV on white with snapshot of exterior storage panel 

For adventurous road warriors: the Fleetwood Bounder

There’s an immutable rule of the road: after three days, family and laundry start to smell. Rigs like the Fleetwood Bounder include a washer and dryer combo similar to those found in an apartment. Cooking facilities to rival gourmet residential set-ups are common, as are built-in gas-fuelled generators to power electronics if you’re camping where electricity is not available.   

  Beauty shot of dark blue, black and white Fleetwood Bounder RV on white with snapshot of dark wood interior kitchen featuring full-sized refrigerator

For relaxed leisure lovers: the Coachmen Leprechaun

Getting away from it all doesn’t mean leaving it all behind. The Coachmen Leprechaun is awash with inviting touches such as reclining loungers facing an electric fireplace. Add in an LED television that rises out of the cabinetry at the push of a button, and you’ve got a comfortable space rivalling most home theatres. Don’t forget the popcorn.

Beauty shot of dark and light brown Coachmen Leprechaun RV on white with snapshot of interior kitchen and seating area 

All vehicle specifications were correct at publication.

Take on the open road

Get a crash course in motorhomes with our comprehensive beginner’s guide in the summer 2018 issue of CAA Magazine, which details everything from the different classes of RVs to driving tips and more.

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