This diesel powered Mercedes Class B motorhome rental offers a unique split level design that gives you maximum headroom in the living area, while still offering pass-through storage throughout its entire floor plan. This motorhome rental, approximately 24′ in length, features many well-designed amenities to enhance comfort and enjoyment, including a Dream Dinette, a rear queen-size bed, a cozy cab-over bunk, an extended flip-up kitchen counter top, as well as a 32″ LED TV on a mounted manual swivel. As a result, this motorhome has been approved and rated by RVRD, a nationwide network that certifies RV dealers above industry standards. Based off of RVRD requirements, this Small Class B motorhome rental acquires a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. In addition, this unit is “Certified Green” by TRA Certification standards.
What makes this unit a 4 1/2-Star?
- Current Year Model
- Power Awning
- 40″ LED TV w/DVD
- Foot Flush Porcelain Toilet
- Denver Mattress Queen Size Bed
- Tinted Windows
- Cable Ready
- Pleated Window Shades
- Outside Shower
- Power Steering
- Cruise Control
- Rear Pass-thru Storage
Sleeps 2 adults and 2 children.
|Vehicle Type:||Class B||Towing Allowed:||Yes|
|Model Year:||2019||Length:||24 ft.|
|Fuel Capacity:||55 gal||Fresh Water:||40 gal|
|Gray Tank:||37 gal||Black Tank:||24.5 gal|
The details on this site, including floor plans and specifications, are representative of an RV category and are intended as a guide. Every year, Access RV purchases current year models of motorhomes and travel trailers. Therefore, the details provided cannot guarantee exact specifications and layouts. While we try to accommodate our customers as best we can, Access RV does reserve the right to substitute similar or higher-rated vehicles. However, we will continue to offer the best available equipment for the category selected.
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