2017 Forest River Sunseeker 3170DS Class C Motorhome
Sunseeker 3170DS Class C Motorhome BunkhouseWhether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a new home on wheels the 2017 Sunseeker 3170DS is the motorhome for you! Loaded with options this rig is easy to customize to whatever you may need. Check this rig out today!
Forest River Sunseeker 3170DS LayoutThe master bedroom can be found in the rear of the Sunseeker 3170DS with a cozy queen bed, dual wardrobes, and entertainment center. Just outside the bedroom you will find the bunkhouse with a kid’s sofa sleeper with flip down bunk that also includes seat belts for travel. Across from the bunkhouse is the full bathroom, which includes a foot flush toilet, shower, linen closet, and vanity with sink and medicine cabinet. A divider just after the bunkhouse separates the sleeping areas from the rest of the motorhome. In the kitchen you will find a refrigerator, pantry, range, microwave, sink, and flip up counter top. Just in front of the kitchen is the living and dining area. A sofa with seat belts can be found on one side and a dinette with seat belts on the other. In the front over the cab you will find a standard cab-over bunk that offers many options.
Forest River Sunseeker 3170DS FeaturesThe master bedroom will keep you cozy with the upgraded memory foam mattress and black out roller shades. The refrigerator is a 6 cu. ft. double door refrigerator and the range is a 3-burner cooktop with oven IPO drawer. All cabinet drawers have full extension ball bearing drawer glides that will make opening and closing them smooth. The Sunseeker 3170DS includes a water filtration system, heated enclosed holding tanks and valves, an 11’ patio awning, and aluminum running boards.
New & Used Forest River Sunseeker 3170DS SalesWe carry a complete line of Forest River RVs. If the Sunseeker 3170DS does not fit all of your travel needs, check out our other motorhomes and you’ll be sure to find one that has everything you are looking for.
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