A Class C Motorhome Making your Journey as Good as your Destination

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Why the Jayco Greyhawk?

The Jayco Greyhawk line of Class C motorhomes is designed to bring the comforts of home to the road. Greyhawks are built to allow you to take the adventurous journeys you want but take them with style and sophistication at an affordable price.

There are many other Class C motorhome model lines out there, but few come with as versatile a set of floorplans or as robust a list of features as the Greyhawk. Here’s what makes the Jayco Greyhawk so special.

Floorplans Optimized for Work and Play

  • Greyhawks range from just under 29 feet to 32 and a half feet long. There are five floorplans in total, each with a unique layout. Two of the floorplans feature a wall slide, a single large slide-out pulling out the driver’s side of the RV from the cab to the back. Each of the other three have two slide-outs.
  • The 26Y kicks things off with a camp side kitchen and a slide-out containing convertible dinette and tri-fold sofa across from the kitchen. At the rear of the RV you’ll find a queen bed in a slide-out to expand the master bedroom. Add it all up with the cab-over bunk found in all Greyhawk floorplans, the 26Y can sleep seven.
  • The 29MV comes next. This floorplan features two slides on the driver’s side of the RV. Slide number one expands the living area, pulling out the convertible dinette and tri-fold sofa. Slide number two houses the queen bed, dramatically opening up the bedroom. The 29MV also sleeps seven. The kitchen is a straight-line along the camp side with a pull-out countertop. The 29MV also has a walkthrough bathroom.
  • The first of the wall slide models is the 30X. The single large slide pulls out the driver’s side from convertible dinette most of the kitchen to the queen bed to enable a wide floor space. Along the camp side wall sits the jackknife sofa, refrigerator, pantry and master bedroom TV cabinet and double wardrobe closet. The master bedroom has a wood pocket door to enable maximum privacy.
  • The 30Z has a unique two-slide-out layout. The queen bed, located in the rear of the RV, is pushed out via a rear slide from the back wall. The second slide sits on the driver’s side. Large, it contains the convertible dinette and a tri-fold sofa. In total, the 30Z is capable of sleeping seven. On the camp side of the 30Z is the kitchen and an entertainment center with a 50-inch TV.
  • The 31F, the second of the Greyhawk wall slide models, is the only Greyhawk whose floorplan is a bunkhouse model. The wall slide contains stacked twin bunks as well as the convertible dinette, kitchen prep and cook station, plus the master bedroom’s entertainment center and closet. The bedroom has a dual pocket door for both privacy and easy access to the bathroom. With the bunks, the 31F is capable of sleeping eight.

Features That Make the Most of the Space

  • Every Greyhawk comes with J-Ride Plus, a system specifically designed to make your ride more comfortable. Other attributes to make your drive easier include backup and side-view cameras, remote control heated side-view mirrors, power anti-lock brakes and cruise control.
  • On the Greyhawk exterior you’ll find standard features such as frameless windows, LED lighting, powered entrance step, Onan MicroQuiet generator with auto-changeover, heated holding tanks, black tank sprayer, outside shower, and two high-output marine-grade speakers.
  • On the inside you’ll immediately notice the Greyhawk’s 84-inch ceiling height. More comfort comes in the guise of a 15,000-BTU AC unit with a heat pump plus 31,000-BTU furnace. Other features include recessed LED ceiling lighting, a three-burner range with an oven, an 8-cubic foot refrigerator, microwave oven, vinyl flooring, multiple skylights, and a 32-inch digital LED TV with satellite hookup, and a digital antenna with signal meter and powered amplifier.
  • Options for select Greyhawk floorplans include a front entertainment center with a 39-inch LED HDTV, an upgraded 12-cubic-foot refrigerator, theater seating, aluminum rims, and an upgrade to two 11,000-BTU AC units if you want.

Sturdy, Long-Lasting Construction Like No Other

  • Jayco starts by building the Greyhawk on the venerable Ford E-450 chassis, which offers a 14,500-pound gross vehicle weight rating and can tow your toad thanks to a 7,500-pound hitch with a 750-pound tongue capacity.
  • Jayco’s construction features a TuffShell vacuum-bonded and laminated floor, sidewalls, and roof. It also has bead-foam insulation, a white fiberglass exterior, and a one-piece seamless fiberglass front cap.

As you can tell from the above points, the Jayco Greyhawk is a dominant force in the Class C RV market. The Greyhawk’s unique blend of features and versatile floorplans make it easy to find a Class C motorhome to fit your camping lifestyle.