What's the difference ?

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  1. Howard H

    Howard H Funster Life Member

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    Hi everyone ,probably a silly question but what's the difference between an A class and a B class I can't see any ;)
     
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    Didn't even know you got a B class
     
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    Howard H Funster Life Member

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    No I didn't but just got a invite to view the new Hymer B class that looks like an A class
     
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    that's down to Hymer marketing. it is still an A class I would think
     
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    I am no expert and won't be offended if you put me right but this does not look like a pvc image.jpeg
     
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    but it's not a B class .. it's an A class.. Hymer.. the 'B' prefix is a Hymer thing
     
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    Ah now I see thanks :LOL:
     
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    Confusing ain't it? And Hymer actually call their B prefixed models "B Class" in their brochures. It seems that the terms "A class" and "coachbuilt" (often called "C class") may be a British thing. German manufacturers appear to use the terms "Integrated" and "Semi Integrated", which I think is probably better. After all both types are "coachbuilt" aren't they?
     
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