Anyone who is familiar with motorhomes is very likely already aware that there are two main styles, either diesel or gasoline. While there are certainly other variations, this is the main differentiator between the types of vehicles. Choosing gas or diesel is the first step in the process of deciding what type of motorhome you want.
A Class C motorhome will often be called a mini-motorhome because it is mostly a smaller replica of the Class A motorhome. Of course, there are differences. It has many of the luxuries that the Class A offers, but at less expense. The driving area resembles that of a truck, van, or car. Most of the Class C motorhomes now are made to go with a cutaway chassis and have passenger and side doors. A Class C motorhome will also have a cab-over feature in most cases.