Re: Do you Tow with your B
We sold our Class A (34' Monaco) early this year. It was spending much more time in storage than on the road.
Nearly two months ago we bought a Roadtrek 190 Popular and have already put 5000 miles on it. It takes us absolutely everywhere we want to go so we now have no need for a toad. There are no hassles with towing, parking, etc. Our travels are much more spontaneous and fun.
Settling into a camp space is about a 5 minute job (No more spousal frustrations with backing the beast into the site, no leveling, no bump out rooms, no heavy 50 amp cable, I could go on and on...). Newer Roadtreks come with a macerator pump so dumping is also a 5 minute job. We have found we use much less water so have taken to asking for electric-only sites when we're not boondocking.
Granted, you'll be giving up a lot of square footage and some "luxury" moving from a A to a B. But our B is well-designed, well-built, and easy to drive. About the only negative I can think of is the 2.8 kw Onan Micro-lite generator on our B is much more noisy than the 5 kw Onan Emerald that was on the Monaco. For us, that's a minor inconvenience not a major drawback.
We've had a Class A, Class C, 5th wheel, two travel trailers...and a tent. Our B beats them all.
I loved the Monaco but only when it was standing still. Haven't missed it for even a minute.
Good luck in making your decision!
2006 Roadtrek 190 Popular