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Preloved Coachbuilt Motorhomes For Sale

Coachbuilt motorhomes, also known as “C-Class motorhomes” are constructed by attaching a custom-built living space to a commercial cab and chassis, resulting in a spacious and versatile vehicle ideal for extended travel. Coachbuilt motorhomes come with many benefits and features, one being their robust build and insulation, making them suitable for various weather conditions and extended travel periods. Browse our wide range of preloved motorhomes for sale at rove! 

What You Can Expect From a Coachbuilt Motorhome 

All of our preloved Coachbuilt motorhomes feature top-quality living areas, with everything you need on the road. Including generous seating, contemporary kitchens with utilities including a hob, fridge and sink, along with plenty of storage compartments. There’s also a modern bathroom, with a shower, washbasin and toilet, along with a whole host of modern technologies such as heating systems, air conditioning and electric hook ups. Whether you’re travelling as a couple or  family, you’re free to choose from any type of sleeping arrangement, from double island beds to twin beds and bunk beds. Ideal for getting the best night’s sleep after a day on the move.

Driving a Coachbuilt Motorhome

Most Coachbuilt models weigh in at 3,500kg, making them the perfect choice for beginners, as there is no need to obtain an additional driving licence classification. We have used Coachbuilt motorhomes from the best manufacturers that the industry has to offer, including Auto-Trail, Swift and Bailey. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Coachbuilt motorhomes typically include an over-cab sleeping area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a shower and toilet, a comfortable living and dining area, and ample storage space. Many models also feature modern amenities like air conditioning, heating, and entertainment systems.

  • Yes, coachbuilt motorhomes are an excellent choice for families due to their spacious interiors and versatile sleeping arrangements. The over-cab bed, combined with additional sleeping areas such as convertible dinettes or rear beds, allows for comfortable accommodation of multiple occupants.

  • In most cases, a standard car driving licence (category B) is sufficient to drive a coachbuilt motorhome, as long as the vehicle’s weight does not exceed the specified limit. It’s important to check local regulations to ensure compliance with licensing requirements.

  • Coachbuilt motorhomes are designed with robust construction and good insulation, making them suitable for various weather conditions. They can provide comfortable travel and living experiences in both warm and cold climates, thanks to features like efficient heating systems and well-insulated walls and windows.