We didn’t become one of the best motorhome brands by building ordinary motor coaches, and we didn’t become the industry rebel by following everyday motorhome standards. In fact, when it comes to motorhome construction, Renegade continually breaks the mold. We build on only the best chassis lineup then put our own spin on construction for extreme durability, reliability and longevity.
Renegade is the only motorhome manufacturer in the industry that builds its entire lineup on only the best Class C motorhome chassis selection. We build on the performance of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, as well as on premium diesel chassis from industry leaders, like Freightliner, Navistar and Volvo.
Select Renegade models offer tandem axles, a rare but desirable feature in the industry. Unlike typical tag axle motorhomes, the rear axle operates on its own drive shaft for added stability, traction and control while delivering an impressive 54,000 lb. gross vehicle weight rating. In short, Renegade is the only motorhome truly meant to be driven.
And while you might appreciate the power, durability and stability of a truck chassis and the stability of tandem axles, there are the moments when you want to feel like you’re driving a luxurious, comfortable car. Select Renegade models feature Air Ride cab seats that let you adjust the firmness of the ride. Adjustable lumbar supports with the heated-seat feature add to this bliss, optional on select models.
And at Renegade because we understand your life is one extreme journey, we know exactly what the road does to your motor coach — it wears it down — which is why we construct every end cap to be a two-piece design. Unlike the standard one-piece cap offered on other competitor's products, you only have to replace the bottom half of the cap when chips and dings add up.
Renegade has one of the strongest floors in the industry — a super sandwich of only the most unyielding materials. Each Super C motorhome model features a noise-isolating 2x4 residential wood frame floor, built on high-strength steel mounted to the chassis frame. Wrapped in a protective galvanized vapor barrier (superior to typical Darco barriers), Renegade's residential floor is insulated with Roxul Safe’n’Sound stone wool insulation, a commercial-duty acoustic material that reduces road noise. Finally, Renegade uses ¾” Fir plywood instead of Structurwood for a true residential build.
Most motorhome manufacturers cut into the styrofoam insulation of their vacuum bond roof to run electrical and other components, but because we rebel against the industry’s everyday construction standards, we don’t. Instead, every Renegade model features a unique “attic” space between the ceiling and our vacuum-bonded, arched-roof design to run wiring, cooling ducts and more — and all without sacrificing ceiling heights. (In fact, the Renegade Classic features the industry’s tallest interior heights at 90 inches.) The result of our roof design? Some of the best roof R-values you’ll find in a motorhome.
The Renegade Classic’s sidewall construction is anything but ordinary. As our legacy product and one of the only true customizable motorhomes in the industry, the Classic strays from standard vacuum-bonded fiberglass construction. Instead, each sidewall features a one-piece fiberglass reinforced panel with residential wood reinforcements and high-density spray-foam insulation for an unrivaled R value. And at the same time, the Classic’s FRP construction method allows for true floorplan customization. Windows can be added or moved anywhere, and wood supports can be moved for last-minute cabinet changes.
Particle board or hard wood? Which makes you feel confident your motorhome is built to last? At Renegade, every motor coach boasts real hardwood cabinetry, and we don’t just limit it to doors and drawers. Every cabinet stile and passage door is made from hardwood for true residential craftsmanship. Articulating cabinet hinges complete the package.