Hi, I once rented an RV in Green Motion rental car Orlando (I myself am from Orlando and I even do Green Motion car rental Orlando review). And it turned out that there was a hob there, to be honest, I would not say that there is something phenomenal in it, normally, in general, more convenient than a single hob. But I would not say that it is very worth spending energy on its installation if it is not there.
We do not like to cook inside the van, we found that odors and the inevitable smoke and splatters really make a mess. We carry a Coleman two burner propane stove and a portable Pit Boss grill for all our cooking, we also do have a small microwave in the van for reheating leftovers or pre cooked food.
upd: just a small update, still learning on my Pit Boss but find the grate temps to vary quite a bit throughout the smoker. As it requires moving or rotating the meat periodically. And it turns out that humidity is a real problem. Should swap it for a propane later.
It may be difficult to find a good small stove for your tiny space. Most of the available options are created for the marine industry, and many cost a pretty penny. But with a little research, you will find several RV stove options to make cooking a breeze while on the road. Here are five options for cooking on the road.