What’s new for the Jayco Greyhawk 2023?
RVs are more popular than ever, whether they are used for camping or traveling. The Jayco Greyhawk Class C motorhome has always been popular with families who travel by motorhome, and it’s no wonder because this vehicle is functional, versatile and very comfortable.
All Greyhawks come on a powerful Ford E-450 chassis with an impressive 350 horsepower V8 engine and a whopping 468 pound-feet of torque. The E-450 chassis is also equipped with a six-speed TorqShift automatic transmission for an enjoyable driving experience.
On the outside, the motorhome’s full paint job is an attractive touch. Inside, you’ll find the quality features Jayco is known for, such as hardwood cabinet doors, frameless windows and a decorative tile kitchen backsplash.
When parked, you can flip the driver and passenger seats to become part of the seating area. Plus, you won’t have to worry about power when boondocking because the 2023 Greyhawk is equipped with 200-watt solar panels.
Regardless of which floor plan you choose, there’s an LED HD Smart TV in both the living room and bedroom. There’s also a Winegard 2.0 antenna. This year, tablet mounts replace the TVs in the bed above the cab area. This area also gets a picture window with blackout.
The latest Jayco Greyhawk floor plans
This year Jayco did away with the 30X floorplan, but now offers updated versions of the 27U, 29MV, 30Z and the 31F.
Jayco has focused on adding modern features to these models that will appeal to many RV enthusiasts. At nearly 30 feet long, the 27U floorplan is only slightly shorter than the 31F floorplan at 32.5 feet.
Here’s what you need to know about each of the Greyhawk 2023 floorplans.
At 29’11’ long, the 27U is the smallest of this year’s Greyhawk floorplans. It is large enough to accommodate seven people.
The spacious rear bedroom has room for a roomy king-size bed, a roomy closet, and a decent-sized en-suite bathroom. In the living area, the dinette folds out to create a sleeping area. Opposite is a folding sofa that also converts into a bed.
The 27U has a base price of $162,668.
The 29MV is 32’6″ long and sleeps up to six people. It features a spacious bedroom with his and hers closets and a TV cabinet.
The 29V’s bathroom is in the middle of the unit, so kids or guests don’t have to go through the master bedroom to get to the bathroom. Although the 29MV comes with a pull-out sleeper sofa, it is also available with comfortable theater seating.
The kitchen has a two-way, eight-cubic-foot refrigerator right next to a pull-out pantry. If you need a larger refrigerator, a 12-cubic-foot refrigerator is an available option.
Prices for the 29MV currently start at $163,043.
The 30Z floor plan is 32′ 6″ long and sleeps up to seven people. A well-equipped L-shaped kitchen greets you as you enter this motorhome.
This unit features a 72″ jackknife sleeper sofa across from a cozy fireplace/entertainment center. This is a super comfortable layout that will fit either a family or a single/couple that appreciates lots of space.
This floor plan features a north/south double bed in the master suite. A spacious bathroom with toilet and shower parallels a separate sink and closet.
The 30Z is available at an MSRP of $165,143.
The 31F is 32’6″ long and can comfortably seat up to seven people. The 31F is a bunk model and is definitely designed for families; plus, the interior is suitable for children as they grow.
As you enter the 31F, you’ll find a folding sofa on the left side across from a bench-style dining area. The spacious kitchen has a pantry, a three-burner gas stove and a two-way, eight-cubic-foot refrigerator that can also be upgraded to a 12-cubic-foot refrigerator.
The master suite features an east-west queen bed with a TV cabinet and a closet, as well as overhead cabinets to store your essentials. This bedroom is directly connected to a relatively large bathroom, which also happens to be across from the bunks.
Prices for the Jayco Greyhawk 31F start at $164,843.
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