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Kimberly
Written by Kimberly

Class B RVs can often be overlooked by many travelers. These vehicles, also known as campervans, have so much to offer to anyone who owns or rents one. Class B RVs are easy to drive and park. They also have all the comforts of their larger Class A and Class C counterparts. These models all contain beds, seating, kitchens, bathrooms, entertainment centers and more. They also have better gas mileage than larger motorhomes, yet still offer plenty of space for you to stretch out and enjoy your trip.

Many different manufacturers, both small and large, build and sell Class B RVs. There are so many high quality options from which to choose. Some of the best Class B RVs to rent are listed below, and you can find all of these models on Mighway.

The Hymer Aktiv

This Class B RV is ready for anything. It was created by the Edwin Hymer Group, a well known RV manufacturer that has been building RVs for decades throughout Europe. The Aktiv is about twenty feet in length and seven feet wide (the Aktiv 2.0 is fifteen inches longer and has a pop-up roof bed option). There is sleeping space for four or five, a full kitchen with a three cubic foot refrigerator, a bathroom with a shower, air conditioning, and a 24” flat screen LED television – all standard. 

The Hymer Aktiv is easy to drive, too – it has cruise control and stability features built in, and is easily manoeuvrable on dirt roads and highways. The Aktiv is a great rental option because it is easy to drive even for people with little experience in driving RVs. You will get used to it quickly, and will feel like you are simply driving a car.

Winnebago Revel

Winnebago is one of the most recognized names in campers and motorhomes, and with good reason. This company has successfully been making and selling RVs since 1958. Their Revel Class B RV is fairly new, but is a big hit, despite it being rather expensive to purchase. As a rental RV, this will be a treat for you and your family. It comfortably sleeps four and has a surprising amount of storage space for its size. The slide-out counter offers extra room for food preparation, and the kitchen sink is large enough for doing the dishes. The Revel is built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, and it is equipped with 4WD so you know it rides smoothly no matter what the terrain and that it is sturdy and powerful enough to keep your family safe out there on the road. 

It comfortably sleeps four and has a surprising amount of storage space for its size. The slide-out counter offers extra room for food preparation, and the kitchen sink is large enough for doing the dishes. The Revel is built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, and it is equipped with 4WD so you know it rides smoothly no matter what the terrain.

Airstream Interstate Nineteen

Of course Airstreams eye-catching and streamlined Interstate Nineteen Class B RV makes this list; it is one of the very best in its class. This camper is a bit smaller than the others and, at only nineteen feet in length it can be parked smoothly. Despite being shorter, it does contain the largest rear bed in its class as well, and one of the most comfortable ones.

High-tech, one touch controls allow you to open and close the shades, change the interior and exterior lighting, or unfurl the awning outside.  Options for leather seating and walnut cabinetry make this one of the classiest vans on the road. If luxury is what you seek in your Class B RV rental, then you should definitely find and reserve an Interstate Nineteen.

RoadTrek 210 Popular

RoadTrek’s popular 210 Popular model has been a best seller for years, but RoadTrek continues to improve on it with each new year. This camper only sleeps three, but it can seat six, and is ready for any road trip you can imagine.

This particular model is built on a Chevrolet Express 3500 base, and is twenty-one feet in length. The interior ceiling measures 6’2, which makes this a great RV rental for taller folks. The refrigerator is five cubic feet in size, making it a bit larger than those in other Class Bs. If you rent a RoadTrek 210 Popular, you will find comfort and space that you won’t find in other RVs. Try one of these if you are looking for extra leg room and light.

No matter what make and model you choose, you really can’t go wrong with a Class B RV rental. They are comfortable, affordable, and easy to drive. Get out there and rent a Class B RV today for your next exciting adventure.

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