Class B RV Towing Capacity
With the Class B motorhome being the smallest amongst its Class A and Class C counterparts, you may be wondering how much a Class B RV, or camper van can tow. While there are variances across motorhomes from different brands, a Class B motorhome can typically tow around 3,000 to 5,000 pounds.
While the manufacturer or user’s manual of a particular model can provide the most accurate information regarding towing capacity, this is just a general idea of what you can expect out of a Class B RV.
Since Class B models are more compact and drive closer to a car or SUV, you likely wouldn’t need to tow an extra car if you were driving a Class A motorhome, for example. But if you’re looking to bring some ATVs or motorcycles on your next trip, your Class B motorhome is most likely up for the job.
How Do I Tow with a Class B Motorhome?
In order to properly tow with your Class B motorhome, you may need some specific equipment to get the job done, including but not limited to:
- Trailer hitch
- Electrical connections
- Four down towing accessories
- Tow dolly equipment
- Car hauler equipment
Johnson RV features a stellar inventory of both new and used Class B motorhomes across our locations in Oregon and Washington. If you’re looking to utilize a Class B RV for your upcoming journeys, be sure to visit us at one of our RV dealerships.
Shop for New or Used Class B Motorhome at Johnson RV
Whether you’re shopping new or used, our team is ready to assist! If you’re interested in a new or used Class B RV, Johnson RV is the perfect place to look. If you have any questions about Class B motorhomes or how to properly tow with your RV, please contact us online today.