First Class Rides from HGTV's RV Show

From massive motor monsters to tiny towables, the RV 2014 Expo has it all. Take a peek inside these high-end vehicles here.
By: Jennifer Brake
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Meet the Host

Chris Lambton, host of HGTV's Going Yard, switched gears from landscaping to recreational vehicles as he made his way through the largest RV show in America.

The Newmar Ventana

This Class A RV is 43 feet long, runs on diesel and features a residential-sized kitchen, LED lighting and Sony surround sound and pop-up television inside.

Breakfast Bar

You can enjoy breakfast with a view in this cozy kitchen or set up your laptop and use the bar as a mini office. The extra perk is a hidden flatscreen TV that rises from the back of the bar with the push of a button.

Fit for a King

The King-sized bed has built-in lights on either side and plenty of walking space on all sides. A closet and cabinets above the bed provide plenty of storage space to keep things tidy.

Beautiful Bath

It's hard to believe this stand-up shower sits inside an RV. The exterior panel on the opposite wall slides out to turn a tiny space into a full-sized bathroom.

The Winnebago Forza

The Winnebago Forza is sleek and functional with a modern interior that sleeps up to eight people comfortably.

Captains Chairs

Two captains chairs sit at the front of the 38-foot-long Forza and allow the RV-ers to ride in comfort and style.

Washing Station

A washer/dryer combo is a unique feature in this RV. Travellers can have clean clothes without having to pause their trip for a stop at the laundry mat.

The Fuzion Chrome

The 43-foot-long Keystone Fuzion Chrome is equipped with an extended outdoor dining area that can be lowered to the ground to create a loading ramp for kayaks, bikes and other large items.

Convertable Dinette

Two Queen bunks descend from the ceiling with the push of a button, and the dining area easily converts into another bed for plenty of sleeping space.

High-Class Backsplash

A small space doesn't mean small style. This kitchenette is decked out with an elegant 1x1 tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. When this area isn't in use, removable countertop pieces fit over them to provide more counter space.

Tricked-Out Towables

The MyPod by Little Guy Trailers packs a ton of features into a little space. The 10-foot-long towable weighs only 550 pounds, making it light enough for even a motorcycle to pull it.

Space for Two

The MyPod boasts a full-size bed, flatscreen TV, an air conditioning unit and a $7,000 price tag. With no assembly required, it's easy to get on the road in minutes.

Towable T@G

The T@G towable RV has plenty of space for a Queen bed, flatscreen TV and air conditioning unit, but it comes with an additional feature that takes towables to the next level: a kitchen in the back. For around $12,000, you get a sink, a two-burner stove and a pull-out cooler that doubles as a freezer all compacted into a 12-foot unit.

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