Looking to purchase a Super C, but not sure on Make/Model - Need Help

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oslo43

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I'm trying to narrow down what make and model Super C to purchase, Class A is too big.  I need to have it well insulated for CO winters.  I know Jayco doesn't specialize in this category.  I heard Renegade does.  Any others I should look at?
My Qualifications:
Insulated for cold winters - specifically CO & WY
Automatic leveling system
King size suite
bunk bed - turn bottom into my pups crate
residential or double door fridge

Thanks in advanced
 
Class A is too big
I can't help with a brand choice, other than to say check out features and apparent quality through visiting dealers, going to RV shows, etc., but I do question the above statement. Many class A rigs are smaller than many Super C rigs. And if you're going with diesel (which Super C's generally are) then a pusher rides more quietly (up front), has air suspension for a better ride, and has more interior space than the Super C of the same length.

That's not to say that there's a problem with a Super C, just that I question the above statement.
 
I'm trying to narrow down what make and model Super C to purchase, Class A is too big.
Why is a Class A too big? A 36 ft Super-C and a 36 ft Class A are still both 36 ft. You can get A's as short as 28 ft and super-C's as long as 40. see Larry's reply for more on this point. You should focus on your space and layout needs, not A vs C. 

Once you get into the better (more expensive) brands, they usually don't make a big advertising deal of insulation, The standard insulation in the better rigs is superior anyway. The Renegade, however, seeks to be at the top of its class. Renegade is a upper tier brand with rigs ranging from Sprinter-based to A Class 8 truck model. Not sure where you are looking in that range.
 
There are some class A parks that do not allow a $200K+ Super C.  Keep that in mind.
 

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