While at the Florida RV SuperShow, we were able to tour a lot of RVs and we wanted to share two of those with you! One of them was a top contender when we were searching for our RV. The other is brand new category of toy hauler for Grand Design. Both were in the Lazydays / Grand Design area of the show. If you want so see these or any other RVs, be sure to visit our friends at Lazydays in one of their many locations across the U.S.!

Momentum 376TH

First up is the 376TH model from the Momentum line. We really struggled over not choosing this rig as our home (read on to see why we chose the 397TH)! This is the only toy hauler floorplan with a GIANT front living room! Huge TV, large fireplace, recliner theater seats, plus two sofa sleepers! It's amazing! The huge living room is raised and looks over the kitchen and dinette, which we thought was pretty cool.

The kitchen is very well equipped with pretty much everything ours has, including a good sized oven, convection microwave, and 18 cubic foot refrigerator. It also has the same dinette with four chairs, and TWO huge pantries. One of those pantries is plumbed for a stackable RV washer and dryer.

To the rear of the RV is the bathroom and bedroom. Both of those are fairly standard. The bathroom and shower are both a good size with plenty of storage. The shower does have a nice step in, deep enough to act as a shallow bath for a child or small dog, as well as a sliding glass door (which we love in ours). The bedroom has a queen bed with king option and a large in-slide wardrobe!

Momentum 376TH Garage Dimensions

What about the garage?, you might ask…. Well, that's the beauty of this floorplan! The garage (just big enough for one large toy – trike, full dresser, etc), is UNDER the bed! An automatic lift raises the bed up to allow ingress and egress of the “toy” without hitting your head!

If you don't need a full size garage and like a super-sized living area, this is the Toy Hauler for you!

Momentum 350G

Next up, we wanted to take a look at one of the new G-Class fifth wheel toy haulers by Grand Design. The G-Class line is a series of lighter toy haulers “built without surrendering any of the legendary quality, innovation, and functionality” found in all Grand Design RVs.

The layout of the 350G is fairly standard with the bedroom in the front and garage in the back, with living and dining in the middle. With a GVWR of 16995 lbs, it's still a fairly hefty rig requiring a 1 ton truck, but you might not need a dually for this. Disclaimer: Do your own homework on weights and towing. See our towing video for more information (youtu.be/87runDszXLQ).

The bedroom is your standard queen with kind size option bed, and the bed runs north/south which is usually a little better for climate control (not having your head in a slide-out). It also has a full size wardrobe in a slide and very nice night stands on both sides of the bed.

The bathroom is a decent size, with a slightly smaller counter but plenty of storage space. The shower is still a full sized shower, opting for a shower curtain versus doors to save weight.

The Living / Kitchen area is a very nice layout with a wrap-around kitchen counter and 3 seat sofa facing a nice big TV. The RV refrigerator is slightly smaller than in the TH models at 12 cu. ft., but its double door design makes for plenty of cold storage.

The garage in the unit we toured is huge at 14′ 6″! Plenty of room for toys! The same floorplan with an 11′ garage is also an option in the Momentum 320G. Both models have a half bath, which is great for guests! Both also have the HappiJack bunk system and 3 season garage doors as options.

Overall, it's a lot of toy hauler in a lighter package and is pretty awesome!

Lazydays

We hope that you enjoyed the tours. If you'd like to see either of them in person, be sure to visit our friends at Lazdays. And, just so you know, we don't get paid by Lazydays nor Grand Design to recommend them. We've had great personal experiences with both, and are happy to recommend them!

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