If you’ve decided to hit the open roads and wants to do it with all the amenities of your residence along with some modern features then the 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS is the way to do it. This Class C Motorhome comes loaded with almost all the modern features and amenities that you could get on any recreational vehicle.
Available in 5 floorplans, the Greyhawk could carry around nine people comfortably. We had 31FS, which is one of the biggest models in the Greyhawk series for our review. Measuring 32 feet 7 inch lengthwise externally, external height of 136 inch, an inner height of 84 inch, and having 37 cubic feet of storage capacity the Greyhawk 31FS clearly is one of the most comfortable motorhome we’ve tested in a long time. The Greyhawk 31FS has a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 14,500 pounds and a gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 19,500 pounds. As far as the water storage capacity is considered, the Greyhawk 31FS could store around 39 gallons of fresh water, 44 gallons of grey water and a 32 gallons of black waste water.
The 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS is based on the Ford E-450 framework, and has a 5-speed automatic TorqShift transmission. The power for the Greyhawk 31FS comes from a 6.8 Litre EFI V-10 engine generating 305 bhp of max power. It also boasts power steering and power anti-lock brakes. The incredible power and control of this Class C motorhome of Jayco enables it to tow around 5,000 lbs of weight smoothly, and the MOR/ryde frame that prolongs the chassis makes the Greyhawk deliver optimum weight distribution. In addition to this there also is the sturdy design features laser-shear, one-piece assembly; close-fit edifice and steady, mechanically welded assembly that will let you have enjoy this recreational vehicle for a long duration.
Let’s check out the overall build of the 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS. In general the vacuum-fused sidewalls of Greyhawk have a gel-coated, high-luster HG 4000 fiberglass external. The buyers will have an option to move up to Diamond Shield paint defense, which is pretty much of great use, UV and travel rays, all while looking fabulous and shiny. The structurwood floor of the RV provides a solid base. Over that the 1-piece TuffShell roof of the vehicle has been fitted with an embellished ceiling and bead-foam insulation (R-15) which assists in maintaining the inner temperatures and at the same time absorbs sound. In addition to all this, the roof of Greayhawk features ¼ inch plywood flooring on 5 inch curved welded aluminum binds. The Greyhawk has also been fitted with a sleekly designed front lid, which betters the fuel efficiency for the RV.
The 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS has been designed in a way that it will enhance your overall trip. This means that it has been fitted with all the features that you will need on your trip and hence will make your trip a lot more comfortable. Some of those features includes things like electric-powered, nearby pass-through storage, remote-controlled, swing-away and sideview mirrors that are heated and automatic hydraulic leveling jacks, which means you will not get into any kind of trouble unless you intend to get into one. Some other advanced features include a Carefree Travel’r 12V electric patio canopy having modifiable pitch and a fuel-efficient, standard Onan 4,000-W generator.
Now let’s see what’s inside. The 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS gets a homey feel from a wide array of decoration options, counting Walnut, Nutmeg and Crimson, which all gets accompanied by real-wood solid cabinetry and worn iron bronze hardware. This Class C motorhome ensures the comfort of the passengers with its 31,000 BTU automatic-ignition furnace and 15,000-BTU ducted A/C.
With all those modern features and equipment the 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS surely is a superb class C motorhome for the people looking to start their road trip with absolute comfort.