The 19' Thor Majestic is highly desirable on the secondary market for good reason. It's super compact, yet spacious inside. If you're over 6' tall, no problem. With the bed above the cab and the kitchen in the rear, it truly feels like a full sized class C. Single rear wheels make it easier to drive and park. You can literally take it to the supermarket and fit this guy into a single space. Merging onto the highway and changing lanes is as easy as in a typical sedan. These models are extremely rare. If you're considering going out of state to purchase a Majestic 19G, this may be the only unit available for rent in New England.
This compact unit is a fully self-contained RV. The floorplan features a unique rear kitchen design with all the amenities of a larger unit. The cabover bed is extra roomy making the compact RV the ideal unit for two adults of any age and a dinette folding to an extra bed allows for a child. With 6.5 foot/2 meter ceilings and walk through convenience even tall campers can enjoy the compact RV. These were built exclusively as rental units for Cruise America, and are designed with the first time RV user in mind. Mt rig has a comprehensive manual in four languages to guide you through any problems on the road.
I've also upgraded the bed, by adding a 6" memory foam mattress that is just so comfortable. The unit is fully stocked, right down to toothpaste and contact lens solution if you need it. I also rent my RV with a high amp jumper box as well as cables, in case you accidentally run the batteries down. Cell phone chargers, cables, adapters, even a printer are all there for your added convenience. I really want you to have everything you might ever need for the best possible vacation.
First time renters will appreciate the narrower 7.5 feet/2.3 meter width which makes driving in hilly areas safer and easier and makes parking in any lot a breeze.
My one and only criticism about the compact unit is that the bathroom and shower are on the small side. I think it is only fair to mention that.
Ford V-8 Chassis Engine
ABS Power Brakes
In Dash Air Conditioning
Single Rear Tires
Stereo Sound System
Fresh Water Toilet
2 LP Gas Cooktop Burners
110-Volt Microwave Oven
LP Gas/Electric Refrigerator
110 Volt Roof Air Conditioner
LP Gas/12 Volt Furnace
40 Gallon/151 Liter Fuel Tank
20.5 Gal/76 Liter Fresh Water Tank
6 Gallon/22 Liter Water Heater Tank
17 Gallon/64 Liter Sewage Water Tank
16 Gallon/62 Liter Grey Water Tank
11 Gallon/45 Liter LP Gas Tank
Please note! I am generally unable to accommodate rentals which start or end on the first or last day of a given month during the summer. 8/31 and 9/1 are the two busiest days of the year for me as an example. This applies only to pickup and drop off, if the truck is available, these dates are not excluded.
If a renter wants to bring the RV back cleaned with the tanks emptied and filled as required, I am happy to waive the cleaning/dumping fee.
Here is what "fully stocked" entails when you rent my motorhome:
Bedding, towels, rags
Hotel soap and shampoo, toothpaste, contact solution, dish soap, sponges, cleaning solutions, paper towels
Coffee maker, electric kettle, crock pot, electric grill, printer, 300 watt power inverter for any basic charging or low wattage appliance.
Two cast iron skillets, Two pots (large and small), Strainer, 1 large Bowl and four small, 5-8 plates, 5 coffee cups, 7 plastic cups, cutlery, can opener, wine key, spatula, various disposable cups, plates, dishes, utensils - although I personally try to avoid using these as a rule, some people do strongly prefer them and I am providing a service. That said, nearly everything in the RV is sourced second hand and limiting waste is something which is important to me personally. You have plenty of rags to use instead of paper towels.
You'll also find some cooking staples such as coffee, butter, pasta, canned vegetables.
Garden hose, gas can, sometimes extra fire wood, tools, 8-10 gallon jugs of water.