What was your Selection Process for your Class B?
Having owned a few Class A, Motorhome and owning an RV Park Space in Georgia. Were not new to RV Shopping, Camping, and Adventures. Were up now in age and still enjoy Road Trips. Being older we have needs that limit what we can do and for how long we can do them.
I hated waking up in the mornings of our departures from parks and starting up the diesel engine in our pushers. I almost always had attached the tow vehicle and had most everything put away in its place before pulling in the 50-AMP Electrical cord. I did so enjoy the drives to and from North Georgia and places West.
When the idea came up about owning something more flexible for our needs we took some time to think it over bouning ideas. A floorplan we could live with. I'm 6'-foot tall 245-pounds, WIfe normal and much smaller. I'm telling you this as it plays a part in what you buy. Sleeping on a 20"-inch wide bed would not work at the very least 30-inch wide was a hard call. Having worked in an office I like being clean and wash out my mouth a lot. I like things to look good and have clean lines. We travel to many away games for our college sports teams.
Hotels are always fun but I do not want to lap over 5-parking spaces. So we were looking for something like a van that could park in one space without much of a problem.
I understand everyone has what makes them comfortable and after all that is what it is truly all about being comfortable, Driving, Parking, Touring, Sleeping in, showering in or just having dinner with my special lady. So for us, the best fit is a 2020-Coachmen Galleria 24A, with Li3 with 20K Air Condishing.
My Medical problems require C-pap, 2-Diabetic Shots per day. and medications. So if you add all of this up you should be able to understand why a class b Galleria works for us.
I would like to know your selection process and why?
(Please, nothing about cost, gifting, Great Deal). Just your selection?