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10 Best Used RVs With a Washer and Dryer – RVBlogger

10 Best Used RVs With a Washer and Dryer – RVBlogger

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Used (or late model) RVs with a washer and dryer are not as common as one might think. However, just having a washer and dryer on board is a heck of an advantage, eliminating the need to be proactive in planning your laundry out each and every day.

Most of the time, the RVs that include them do so in a way that doesn’t reduce the amount of living space throughout the RV. It’s even more of a surprise when you find washer and dryer units or, at the very least, washer and dryer hookups, in a non-Class A.

We’ve been reviewing RVs for over 5 years, so we were able to put together our list of the best late-model (or used) RVs that we have reviewed.

If you’re on the lookout for RVs with a washer and dryer, there are options in Class As, Class Cs, 5th wheels, and travel trailers. With that being said, here is a list of late model RVs that will keep you out of the campground laundry room and in the comfort of your own home.

Is Adding a Washer and Dryer to Your RV or Camper a Standard Option?

Many RVs and campers can provide the luxury and convenience of being able to do your laundry in your motorhome while enjoying your open road adventures.

Typically, most motorhomes or campers do not come with a washer/dryer already installed. However, they do have the option of having the hookups installed, which are often located in a closet or wardrobe. Then you simply select and purchase a washer/dryer combo when you buy your RV.

Adding a washer/dryer can make life on the open road much more convenient, allowing for more efficient use of your time. If you have your own washer/dryer installed in your RV, you can do your laundry while at your campground. And this beats being stuck all day pumping quarters into the machines at some laundromat!

Even for small campers without washer/dryer hookups available, there are ways to do your laundry while still enjoying the evening sitting around the campfire toasting marshmallows.

Susan and I have a stackable washer and dryer in our late model 2021 Thor Challenger and we love it! Susan says laundry is a breeze, and we also dry our towels and washcloths in the dryer after we shower, which reduces humidity in our rig and reduces mildew.

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