Thor Class B motorhomes are built for active campers

A Thor Sequence class b motorhome sits at the edge of a vineyard with the awning extended. A picnic blanket, with bottles of wine in a basket and one wine glass, is spread out on the grass under the awning.
The Sequence Class B motorhome by Thor Motor Coach is perfect for traveling through town or across the country.

Over the past few years, camper vans have become a favorite choice of travelers looking for convenience, comfort, and adventure. Thor Motor Coach’s Sequence Class B motorhome is no exception. This compact RV is a great choice for adventure seekers who want to stay connected while going from the beach to the slopes and anywhere in between. 

Modern conveniences on the go

The Thor Sequence is built on Ram’s ProMaster 3500 XT chassis with a 3.6L, V6 gas engine. Measuring 20 feet and 11 inches, this RV is nimble enough to go from city streets to country back roads with ease. Any driver will feel comfortable in the cockpit with its leatherette, swivel captain’s chairs. A 7-inch touchscreen dash radio with Apple Carplay and Android Auto lets you connect your phone for navigation and entertainment. When you’re ready to move, a backup monitor provides added visibility.

In addition to the technology in the cockpit, the Sequence has everything else you need to stay connected on the road. Winegard Roadlink with WIFI extender and a 4G LTE router are standard, so you can stay in touch with friends and family back home.

For adventures that take you off the beaten path, the Sequence has everything you need. Both models include a solar charge controller with 190W panel, 30-Amp detachable shoreline power cord, and 1,000-W Pure Sine inverter keep your RV powered. Finally, an Onan RV QG 2800 gas generator provides unrestricted power needs when you aren’t able to dock.

Two floorplans, tons of amenities

Two Thor Sequence camper van floorplans are available: the 20K and the 20L. Both options provide a rear bath and sleeping space for two. The 20K has one expanding sleeper sofa located right behind the captain’s chairs. Meanwhile, the 20L has two sofas located mid-cab that convert to twin beds with adjustable head rests.

Whichever floorplan you choose, you’ll have removable sofa tables and expandable countertops for added work space when you reach your destination.

An illustration of the 20K floorplan of the Thor Sequence motorhome.
Thor Sequence 20K floorplan
An illustration of the 20L floorplan of the Thor Sequence motorhome.
Thor Sequence 20L floorplan

Enjoying healthy meals on the road is easy thanks to the Sequence’s well-equipped kitchen. A convection microwave oven is located below the two-burner gas cooktop with glass cover. The stainless steel sink with pull-down sprayer includes solid sink covers that double your counter space when meal prepping. There’s also a 12V electric refrigerator.

After your daily adventures, cleanup with a shower. The Sequence’s wetbath includes a fold-down sink, mirrored medicine cabinet, toilet, and power vent. Pocket doors help maximize the space. This camper van also has an outdoor shower that’s perfect for rinsing off muddy gear or pets.

A Thor camper van designed to handle all your gear

Thor’s product designers were thinking of adrenaline seekers when they created the Sequence. This RV has more room for storing outdoor gear than your typical B-van. On top of the RV, a Thule roof ladder provides access to the roof rack system (perfect for long, bulky gear). A rear door bike rack is also standard. Hauling larger toys? The Sequence can do that, too. A 3,500-lb. trailer hitch with 5-pin round connector lets you bring along dirt bikes, four wheelers, and more.

Inside the RV, storage is equally abundant. Six large overhead cabinets in the cab provide space to stash anything from bedding to photography and video equipment. The kitchenette has several drawers for pots, pans, and dishes. At the rear of the RV, a wardrobe located in the wetbath provides dedicated storage for your clothes.

Key features of the Thor Sequence Class B motorhome

  • Ram ProMaster 3500 XT chassis
  • 3,500-lb. trailer hitch with 5-pin round connector
  • Thule roof ladder and roof rack system for carrying gear
  • Thule bike rack on rear door
  • Sliding screen door
  • 7″ touchscreen dash radio with Apple Carplay and Android Auto
  • Deluxe heated, remote exterior mirrors
  • Backup monitor
  • Residential vinyl flooring
  • Euro-style cabinet doors with nickel finish hardware
  • LED lighting

Ready to see one in person? Shop for Thor Class B motorhomes at a General Supercenter near you.

Winnebago Class B Motorhome: Which one is right for you?

Winnebago B-Vans pack big features into small footprints

Winnebago may be most famous for it’s impressive Class A motorhomes but this manufacturer’s Class B RV options are just as feature-packed. Here, we’ll go over some of the key details of General RV’s Winnebago B-van offerings: Travato, Era, Revel and Boldt.

Winnebago Travato Class B Motorhome

A dark gray Winnebago Travato Class B RV is displayed on a white background.

Built on the powerful yet fuel-efficient Ram ProMaster chassis, the Travato has been a favorite of camper van enthusiasts since its launch in 2014. This Class B motorhome combines all the comforts of home in a compact package. The Travato’s premium features include: an energy-saving Truma Combi Eco Plus heating system, a Coleman Mach 10 NDQ air conditioner, 230-watt solar panels, Corian countertops, and Deluxe FROLI Sleep System.

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Want to go to an RV show? 10 tips for attending RV shows

Want to go to an RV show? 10 tips for attending RV shows

When we can’t go camping, RVers do the next best thing – attend RV shows! This is where we go when we want to learn more about camping products, check out new RVs, and connect with other travelers.

We are all familiar with the anticipation that builds as a show approaches, the excitement of pulling into the venue parking lot on show day and the thrill of walking in the entrance to the site packed full of shiny new motorhomes, brand new fifth wheels and travel trailers, plus vendor booths offering everything from accessories to food samples.

Several men and women walk the aisles of a large convention center where booths filled with RV accessories are on display. The booth in the foreground shows RV chairs and other accessories. There are RVs visible on the far left and in the background.
Attendees walk down aisles of RVs on display and check out parts and accessories in booths at an RV show.

Why should you go to an RV show?

Camper and RV shows serve many purposes. Sure, they get us dreaming of evenings spent around the campfire, but they also help us prepare for our upcoming journeys.

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Small Campers, Big Fun: 5 Reasons to Consider a Small RV

If you’re new to the RV lifestyle, you might be familiar with big motorhomes or fifth wheels. But did you know that there are many small RVs available like pop-ups, teardrop campers, lightweight trailers, and more? These tiny but mighty options can pack lots of features into a compact footprint. This makes them perfect for those who love the outdoors and camping but also enjoy having a few creature comforts. And they’re great for first-time buyers, too! Here are five reasons why small campers make excellent starter RVs.   

1. They are lightweight

One of the biggest advantages of owning a small camper is the weight factor… or lack of it. Most pop-up campers and teardrop trailers weigh in at less than 3,500 lbs., which means you don’t need a truck with heavy towing capacity to take on big adventures. These lightweight travel trailers can be towed behind an SUV or minivan. There are also ultralight options for those with even smaller vehicles, like the svelte Little Guy MyPod which has a curb weight of only 630 lbs. Whatever you choose, make sure you don’t exceed your vehicle’s max towing capacity. Not sure what your vehicle can safely tow? Grab your vehicle information and check out our Tow Rating Guide.

a popup trailer sits on the beach at sunset
Lightweight, easy-to-setup camping trailers are a popular choice for young families and childless first-time buyers. But they aren’t the only small RV option.
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