It’s a 32 footer. I don’t think they come bigger on the E450 chassis.
We used to have a 2000 Jayco Designer 32’ – didn’t have negative CCC but I had to be really careful. Ironic because the thing had great basement storage for a Class C.


I was expecting that to be a Melbourne, not a Greyhawk. The E-450 chassis usually leaves you with at least 2000lbs of cargo capacity. The Sprinter based ones can have incredibly low capacities, but not usually the Econolines. Odd.


I have a Gulfstream Conquest 6237 which officially is built on an E-350 but mine is an E-450 (built when they switched to the new 6-speed transmission, maybe there were shortages of E-350s that year?) My sticker also has a grossly wrong cargo capacity since it uses a 12,500 GVWR on the house sticker, but the E-450 cab door shows 14,500.

I wonder how often these stickers are grossly inaccurate.

Source: So.. Jayco, how about that negative payload? Can’t put a driver into it!

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