Friday, December 1, 2023


First look: 2024 Coachmen Euro Class A motorhome—Inspired by Europe, made in the USA

Join the team from RVing TV for a first look at the 2024 Coachmen Euro Class A motorhome, an RV inspired by European motorhomes but manufactured right here in the USA.

This post is not going to be as detailed as most. This European-style motorhome is so new Coachmen doesn’t even have information on their website about it. So consider it a sneak peek of what’s to come.

From the outside, the look is certainly European with its sleek full paint and large curved front profile that not only looks great, but it improves gas mileage. Because both the floor and ceiling are lower than a typical Class A, you are not as elevated. According to our host, the driving experience is less intimidating and more like a Class C.

I love the functional and versatile front seating area with its swiveling table and the way it seamlessly integrates the driver and passenger seats into the living area.

The kitchen features an impressive amount of both counter and storage space. Appliances include an induction cooktop, a convection microwave, and a 10-cubic-foot refrigerator.

For a small motorhome, there is a huge amount of storage, including a large pantry and two LARGE hanging wardrobe closets.

You’ll find a king-sized walk-around bed in the bedroom slide-out room. Yes, a king-sized bed in a 27-foot motorhome!

The bathroom size surprises me, as well—to the point of, I wonder how they managed to make it seem so large…

More nice features of the 2024 Coachmen Euro Class A motorhome

  • Automatic legless awning with wind sensor
  • Dual ducted A/Cs
  • TPMS
  • Automatic leveling system

2024 Coachmen Euro Class A motorhome specs

  • Length: 27’
  • GVWR: 16,000 pounds
  • OCCC: 2,000 pounds
  • Ford F-53 chassis
  • 8,000-pound tow hitch
  • Slide rooms: 1


Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard is the author 8 published books on topics as diverse as US Citizenship to Cannabis Cooking. Cheri grew up in a circus family and has been RVing on and off her entire life.



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Richard (@guest_262241)
9 days ago

Nice design and that LEGENDARY Forest River quality! Anyone else note the cheap cabinets, poor basement doors, single pane glass windows, among other construction details? Bet it won’t be long before the first buyers dump them on the used market after spending too much time in service bays. Don’t get wowed by the glitz, buy quality.

Gary W. (@guest_262025)
11 days ago

Vent hood above the cooktop is completely wasted space. Not warm feeling at all.
Make it 30-32 feet long and add some room in the living room area and a bigger fridge.
If this guy is going to make company videos, he needs to brush up on his grammar.

Last edited 11 days ago by Gary W.
Rich (@guest_261781)
12 days ago

F53 chassis new v8 no more v10’s

Last edited 12 days ago by Rich
Rich (@guest_261780)
12 days ago

Navion 200k. Coachman ??? Looks nice

Richard (@guest_262242)
9 days ago
Reply to  Rich

I’d buy a Winnebago over Forest River any day.

Cancelproof (@guest_261771)
12 days ago

I really like this unit. Well done Coachman and well done Cheri for bringing this little Euro inspired gem to us. A most impressive unit at 27 feet.

Steve H (@guest_261762)
12 days ago

Our WBGO Navion Class C has front seats that swivel 180 degrees, two recliners in a slide, a convection-microwave, an induction cooktop, a 10 cu. ft. 12v fridge, two wardrobe closets, and twin beds that make into a king. But it is on a great-handling, comfortable-riding, three-door, Sprinter diesel chassis. Think we’ll just stick with the Navion.

Bill Byerly (@guest_261752)
12 days ago

WOW, I like this one. Lots of interior room for a smaller class A and really sharp looking. I don’t have any problem with the F-53 chassis either. Can’t wait to see the pricing..

Sven Yohnson (@guest_261751)
12 days ago

Very nice coach. The lower profile, and aerodynamic front should improve mpg slightly, but with the F53 chassis, and V10 engine (I assume), it will still be a 10 mpg +/- vehicle. I couldn’t tell if the front seating converts to bed(s), again I assume they do.
The “modern” all white, decor reminds me of a medical office, and is too sterile for my taste (I like a little color in my life). At 20 years newer than my 2004 Coachmen Mirada 300QB, I was surprised at the similarities.
Would I buy one? No. I cannot justify the MSRP of ANY new RV, and a slideout is a deal breaker for me on ANY RV. Nice looking unit though!

Gary W. (@guest_262019)
11 days ago
Reply to  Sven Yohnson

The V10 was gone a couple of years ago.

Mikal H (@guest_261738)
12 days ago

I think Coachman is going to have a winner with that one. Love the front opposing seating so you can actually sit facing each other. I’m not personally big on sterile white interiors, but understand.

One change I would make is to hinge the bathroom door on the other side. As it is, if the bed slide is in, it doesn’t appear that anyone can get into the bathroom as the bed corner will interfere. If hinged on the bed side the door could probably be opened enough to squeeze through.

I wish they would have shown any exterior storage available. I suspect it is minimal. Also tank capacities.

Too bad it’s on the “Buckboard Ford” chassis, but not much choice there for a gasser.

Warren G (@guest_261725)
12 days ago

Not at all interested in a Class A, but this is a nice looking unit with good counter space and seemingly pretty well thought out. Small thing, but it would be nice to make that a pullout pantry.

Bob P (@guest_261724)
12 days ago

Love the get down on your knees to use the microwave, I wish someone besides ford would get into class A chassis building.

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