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Siesta Class B Plus Motorhome Ratings

Under the Four Winds Manufacturing Company, Siesta debuted as a Class C motorhome in 2004. When Thor Industries merged Four Winds along with Damon RV to become Thor RV or also known as Thor Motor Coach (TMC), the Siesta was redesigned and introduced as TMC’s Siesta Class B+ gas powered motorhome and the Siesta Sprinter Class B+ diesel motorhome. While Thor designates the Siestas as a Class C RV, they designate the Siesta coach as a Class B+.

Both Siesta motorhomes have two floorplans to choose from and with one or two slideouts, depending upon the model. The Siesta Class B+ has exterior lengths of 29’ 9” or 31’ 7” and the Siesta Sprinter B+ diesel pusher has exterior lengths of 24’ 6” or 24’ 10”. The Sprinter is a gas powered 6.8L V10 Ford engine coach built on a Ford E-450 Ford Chassis. The Siesta Sprinter B+ is built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 chassis with a 3.0L V6 188 HP/325 lb.-foot torque engine. These Class B+ coaches are constructed with a fully welded tubular steel floor system, a fully welded tubular aluminum roof and sidewall cage, and a one piece Vacu-Bond laminated roof. The roof, walls and floors have high-density block foam insulation.

Both the gas and diesel Siesta Class B+ motorhomes are available in four exterior color options, two of which are the TMC HD-MAX exterior packages. The HD-Max color option offers a full color exterior décor package emulating the look of a full body paint package, but a décor choice that can save you up to $8,000. There are three interior décor options and two cabinetry wood-color choices. Interiors have been updated and storage increased to include up to fifty cubic feet of exterior storage.

Floorplans for both Siestas offer a walk-around queen bed, slideout sofa dinette, bath with a shower, and a galley kitchen with 3 burner stove and microwave. The Siesta Sprinter has a rear slideout bedroom floorplan and both coaches have a slideout wardrobe closet for extra room and storage in the sleeping areas.

There are several good, high quality Class B+ motorhomes on the market today, as well as other classifications of motor coaches. If you are confused about all the choices, which manufacturer is best, and how to choose between a gas or diesel powered coach, then purchase our Motorhome Comparison Guide. We have put years of research into our book and can provide you with manufacturer rating charts, warranty and construction points to look for, and buying tips that can save you thousands of dollars. Don’t make such a huge investment without knowing what to look for when purchasing an RV. Buy our Guide today and you’ll be assured your RVing days will bring many happy years of travel.

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