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Old 08-18-2018, 09:40 PM   #1
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How many Class-B Motorhomes have 4-seats? Current and older models.

I mean 4 proper seats up front that are good for traveling,
not those folding sofa seats in the back.

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Old 08-18-2018, 09:45 PM   #2
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Old 08-18-2018, 10:02 PM   #4
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The big three are:

Airstream Interstate - like mine.

Winnebago ERA

Roadtrek RS Adventurous

There are other specialty builders like Sportsmobile and Advanced RV that will build one for you in that layout.
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I am guessing you are speaking of new Class B's. My 1989 Dodge XTRA Van has the four passenger seats up front. The front passenger seat swivels all the way. The front drivers seat only turns to the right which is better than facing the front. Here is a picture of one back seat folded down for sleeping.

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Airstream Avenue Lounge on Chevy Express 3500 '2010-'2012. Seats 7 total.

(I have the '2012 Avenue Suite that seats 5)

https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2012-...lounge-tr11299
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My van has the rear sofa bed with 2 back seating places with 2 lap seat safety belts skewed to the passenger side, away from the left side cabinets. I could do 3 back seats if I add shoulder safety belts distributed over 54” width but I didn’t need them yet. 4-5 people capacity was my design objective from the get go.

The strong aluminum sofa bed frame is mounted to the original MB seat benches mounting holes with M12 x 1.5 mm bolts (about ½” thread). My van was converted from the passenger van so threaded mounting holes were present.

Good thermo and sound insulation (Thinsulate) allows for conversation between the front and the back seats.

I know you didn’t ask for rear sofa bed seating, we used this type seating arrangements with 2 of our VW Westfalias (1977, 1985) and the current conversion. Our 1985 Westfalia had 6 seats, with removable middle bench for camping trips.
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How many Class-B Motorhomes have 4-seats? Current and older models.

I mean 4 proper seats up front that are good for traveling,
not those folding sofa seats in the back.

Very comfortable, belted seats in our Safari Condo Promaster XL Flex.
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Leisure Travel Van Free Spirit TE. No longer produced, and I don't think many were made. Seating for 7 with dual sliding doors on Sprinter.
https://leisurevans.com/free-spirit-te/
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For traveling only, I think having four seat belt equipped chairs or other seating is great. But you might want to think a bit more if you are going to make overnight trips where four people are "bunking" in a Class B. Storage for clothes, food, etc is great for one to two people on short or cross country trips. Three or more especially if all adult sized will get rather interesting unless your towing a trailer to carry some stuff and have an outside tent for the extra passengers. Depends on what your "travel" is. You might not be friends after 4 people travel and stay inside a Class B on a trip from West Coast to East Coast. It can be done but requires a bit more thinking. The bathroom might be more for storage of dirty laundry, 2nd pairs of shoes and fishing poles than practical bathroom use for four. Others might chip in their actual experiences beyond just travel-seatinguse of their Class B of 3+ people if that is what you have in mind.
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