Winnebago Travato Top 15 Enhancements for 2019

Winnebago introduced several new enhancements in the Travato 59G and 59K for 2019.  In this video, we discuss the top 15 enhancements for 2019.

  1. New Interior Colors – In 2019, Winnebago introduced two new interior colors – Bleu and Mecca. Both neutral interior colors have the option of  Macchiato, a high-gloss lighter brown Technoform cabinet, or Noce, a matte dark brown Technoform cabinet color.
  2. Added Windows –  A large kitchen window has been added in the galley of the 59G. This window allows for extra light in the 59G floorplan, but does not open since the sliding door will cover it when the door is open. Winnebago added two windows at the head of each of the twin beds in the 59K. Winnebago standardized the size of the windows in the 59K and 59G this has allowed for added insulation in the sidewalls of the Travato.
  3. Euro-Cassette Style Windows – The all-new european-styled cassette shades offer full blackout and a thermal break for insulation. The bottom up and top down shades offer privacy and ventilation the shades are highly insulative. You can also leave the shades open and awning style window out even when you are away from your Travato.
  4. 1,000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter – This new inverter will provide power to household appliances, including the compressor refrigerator and microwave, off of the dual AGM maintenance-free group 31 batteries.
  5. 200-Watts of Zamp Solar – In 2019, Winnebago increased the standard solar in the Travato to 200-watts of Zamp Solar on the roof, with availability to plugin a portable panel on the side and roof.
  6. Large 7.3 ft3 Compressor Refrigerator – The Winnebago Travato 59G is now equipped with a large 7.3 ftCompressor Refrigerator Nova Kool with a separate freezer. The Winnebago Travato 59K maintains its compressor refrigerator.
  7. Locking Storage Compartments – In the 2019 Winnebago Travato, a lockable storage compartment has been added to the floor of the 59G underneath the dinette and between the cab seats in the 59K.
  8. Positive Lock Latching – Both the 59K and 59G have now added positive lock latching to all of the high-end Italian Technoform cabinetry.
  9. Bamboo Flooring in Bathroom – Both the 59K and 59G have added a removable bamboo shower platform that creates a spa-like feel in the Travato and is water resistant.
  10. King OmniGo Antenna – This omni-directional over-the-air HDTV antenna picks up signals from all directions without having to adjust the device. This also allows for more room on the top of the Travato for added solar panels.
  11. Added Seatbelts – Exclusive to the 59K, two new seat belts have been added to driver’s side twin bed increasing seating in the 59K from two to four.
  12. Rear Storage Compartment – Exclusive to the 59G a rear storage compartment has been added and is accessible when the coach’s rear doors are open.
  13. Exterior Shower with Hot and Cold Water – Also in the 59G, we have added hot and cold capabilities to exterior shower.
  14. Standard Side Screen and Solar – In the Winnebago Travato 59G and 59K, we’ve standardized commonly ordered features including the sliding screen door and the 200-watts of solar. 
  15. New Options – Two new options have been added to the Winnebago Travato 59K and 59G for 2019 – true leather cab seats and dual-pane acrylic awning-style windows. The true leather cab seats available in the Travato 59K and 59G are designed to work with the integrated seat airbags and coordinates with the Ultraleather in the coach. The other new option is dual-pane acrylic awning-style windows with a thermal break for added insulation. They are awning style windows, so they can be used in the rain or when you are away from the coach for added ventilation.

 

See our full Travato inventory here and learn more about the Winnebago Travato here.

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Pat’s Travato Tale

Travato Guest PhotoLichtsinn RV guest Pat S. shared a photo with us of her with her Travato at her favorite campground in Gulf Shores, AL. Thanks for sharing Pat! See more Travato-specific tips, tricks and ideas here. If you have friends or family that would be interested in signing up for the Travato Tales Newsletter please direct them to our sign up page here. If you have ideas for this newsletter or would like to share pictures or video of your Travato Tales with us please click here.

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Pure3 Energy Management System vs. Roadtrek/Hymer EcoTrek 400

Recently, Winnebago introduced the most powerful, durable, and easy-to-use lithium energy system in the industry, the Pure3 Energy Management System available in the Travato 59KL and 59GL. So we compared the new Pure3 Energy Management System to Roadtrek/Hymer’s EcoTrek 400 and we looked at available power off the inverter, voltage off the alternator, energy capacity, charging power and time, lithium ion type and expected life, and battery warranty. Winnebago Travato 59GL and 59KL

Available Power @ 120V Pure Sine: When comparing the available power, we are looking at power off the pure sine wave inverter. This tells how many amps users will get without being hooked up to shore power. The Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL provides 30 amps of available power, without being plugged into shore power, while the Roadtrek/Hymer Ecotrek 400 provides 17 amps of power. You will always be traveling with full 30 amp of service off the extremely powerful 3600-watt pure sine wave inverter. If you are looking to boondock, the Ecotrek is not going to be able to power your electronics and appliances for as long as the Winnebago Travato with the Pure3 Energy Management System.

Voltage: When looking at voltage, were comparing the Travato 59KL/GL’s second alternator to Hymer/Roadtrek’s second alternator or as they refer to it – “the underhood generator.” The Roadtrek/Hymer Ecotrek 400’s second alternator is a 12 volt while the Travato 59KL and 59GL with the Pure3 Energy Management System has a 48-volt second alternator, twice as powerful as the Hymer and Roadtrek Ecotrek 400! The Travato’s second alternator has an extremely compact design that keeps it out of the way of curbs and road debris.

Energy: Comparing Winnebago’s Pure3 Energy Management System’s energy capacity to the Roadtrek and Hymer Ecotrek 400’s reveals a rather large discrepancy between the two. The Roadtrek Zion EcoTrek 400 provides 4,800 watt-hours while the Winnebago Pure3 Energy Management System provides 8,700 watt-hours.

You might be wondering if watt-hours are really that important? Yes, they absolutely are. A Watt Hour is a unit of measurement for power over a period of time, in our case an hour, and is a way of measuring capacity. One watt-hour is equal to one Watt of average power flow over an hour, so one Watt over 10 hours would be 10-Watt Hours. Volta, the company that partnered with Winnebago to build the Pure3 system, has a power calculator on their website and showed what the run times for the Pure3 System would be. If you were boondocking (not hooked up to shore power) and you were not collecting any energy from your solar panels and you wanted to run your air conditioner all day (at 50% duty cycle), run your compressor refrigerator all day (at 50% duty cycle), binge watch your favorite show on your big screen HDTV for six hours and have every single light in your coach on you would have to recharge in 10.73 hours. The Roadtrek and Hymer Ecotrek 400 couldn’t come close, since their battery pack is nearly half as powerful.

Charging Power and Time:

Time is of the essence for RVers needing to charge their lithium system. Both the Roadtrek/Hymer EcoTrek 400 and the Winnebago Pure3 Energy Management Systems will recharge from the second alternator. If you recall, the Roadtrek/Hymer EcoTrek 400 has a 12-Volt alternator while the Pure3 has a 58-Volt alternator. The Roadtrek/Hymer EcoTrek 400 has 3,500-watts of charging power off the 12-Volt alternator while the Pure3 Energy Management System has 6,000-watts of charging power off the 58-Volt alternator. The Pure3 Energy Management System can also completely recharge the battery approximately 1.4 hours while the recharging time of the Roadtrek/Hymer EcoTrek 400 is unknown.

Lithium Ion Type and Life:

With top performance and safety as uncompromising goals we developed plug-n-play scalable systems using high-density, nickel manganese cobalt batteries. These outperform “consumer-grade” lithium ion competitors with about two times the effective storage and take up one third the space of AGM lead acid batteries. What’s more, they’ll last the lifetime of a vehicle, service anywhere and can withstand cold storage.

Under 200-lbs. the Travato’s Pure3 Energy Management System three-module, automotive-grade energy pack providing 8,700 Whrs. The energy pack is watertight and durable, the steel housing is the safest on the market. The Roadtek/Hymer EcoTrek 400 is a consumer-grade lithium ion battery with far less storage capacity as the Travato’s.  The Pure3 Energy Management System lasts the lifetime of the vehicle and has been tested. Its expected life is 10 years/2000 cycles at 80%. The expected life of the Ecotrek 400 is unknown.

Warranty:

The Roadtrek and Hymer have an impressive six-year warranty on their lithium ion system but the Travato’s Pure3 Energy Management System has an industry-leading 8 year warranty on the battery which was designed to last a lifetime.

Winnebago’s new Pure3 Energy Management System is an industry leader and is superior to Hymer and Roadtrek’s Ecotrek 400. See our entire Travato inventory  and learn more about the Winnebago Travato here.

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Winnebago Vista LX 27N

The Winnebago Vista and Itasca by Winnebago Sunstar LX take value to the next level, introducing a large complement of upgraded features and a bold exterior appearance. Upscale features such as Corian galley countertops and MCD roller shades come standard, while the available interior upgrade package adds luxury features, hardwood refrigerator door inserts, a vinyl ceiling, and much more.

Onlookers will be impressed by the chrome accents and all new Polar Flare Desert Champagne exterior, while you’ll be impressed by the value added price. You wanted more in an affordable Class A coach, and you got it in the Winnebago Vista and Itasca by Winnebago Sunstar LX, both of which are identical all the way down to features, quality, content and price.   We are one of only a few dealers that offer both and can provide you that unbiased opinion between the Vista and Sunstar.

A beautiful all new exterior in Polar Flare Desert Champagne provides the durability and appearance of full body paint without the $8,500 increase in cost for full body paint.

This coach is powered by the tried and true Ford powertrain with the all new TorqShift six speed automatic transmission with grade braking:

1.  6.8L Ford V10 SEFI Triton engine

2.  460 lb feet of torque or power

3.  320 hp

4.  TorqShift 6 speed automatic overdrive transmission with tow haul mode and grade braking

5.  Hydraulic ABS brakes

Includes the following factory installed options: 

1.  Benchmark dinette upgrade, which allows for each seat cushion to glide up on a piano hinge to access every square inch of storage underneath

2.  Overhead powered studio loft bed, which still maintains storage over the cab

3.  Upgraded vinyl flooring, front to bedroom, which includes a true 60 x 80 inch walkaround queen bed

4.  Side video camera monitoring system, which is tied into the rearview camera monitoring system and controlled automatically with the turn signals or by input

5.  SiriusXM satellite radio

6.  Inverter, 1,000 watt, which is now wired to the rear bedroom for convenient use with alarm clocks, CPAP and BPAP machines

7.  Rear HDTV, 22 inch, DC

8.  Microwave and convection oven, which will bake, brown and roast like a traditional LP oven

9.  Three burner range top with LP oven

10.  High efficiency AC heat pump

11.  Auxiliary defroster fans

12.  Power driver seat, six way

13.  Passenger seat with footrest

Includes the following exterior highlights, in addition to the specifications on our website page and brochure:

1.  123 cubic feet of basement and exterior storage

2.  80 fuel capacity

3.  18 gallon LP capacity

4.  6 gallon gas and electric water heater capacity, with Winnebago’s patented Motoraid engine assist, in which we wrap the water heater off the heater core from the powertrain to provide hot water in transit

5.  30 amp electrical service

6.  TrueAir Maximum Comfort AC, with heat pump

All new for 2017, the following enhancements were made:

1.  Power Gear leveling jacks

2.  Features from Interior Upgrade package are now standard, including: Dream Dinette table, padded vinyl ceiling, range cover, refrigerator inserts, sink covers, bed throw pillow,  and countertop extensions where applicable.

3.  Awning includes LED strip located along sidewall.

4.  New entrance door overhead cabinet, which provides storage for audio/video components.

5.  New powered front shade replaces wrap-around curtain and sun visors.

6.  Carpet on slideout floors is replaced by vinyl.

7.  Bedroom TV size has been increased from 22 inch to 24inch

8.  New standard radio and rear view monitor system has 10 inch display, SIRI Eyes Free, Sirius XM ready, Spotify, Bluetooth, and APP Radio One

The following enhancements were made in 2016:

1.  All new front end styling, with contemporary lighting and all new aluminum bright front grille

2.  New raised chrome logos with the LX badging

3.  New head mirrors

4.  New curb view cab window

5.  All new front dash redesign, with integrated passenger in dash workstation

6.  LED ceiling lighting

7.  Toilet upgrade to porcelain

8.  MCD American Duo Night and Solar Shade System

9.  Black water flushing systems have been added

10.  LPG accessory connection has been added in the patio area

11.  Galley countertops have been upgraded to solid surface Corian

Missing an Option You’re Looking For? We can add any additional options at our dealership, including satellite, Nitrogen for your tires, and more!

At Lichtsinn RV our website has full video walkarounds on each RV, making it easy for you to purchase. On our website you can go for a virtual test drive, purchase your RV over the phone or the internet, and then take delivery at our dealership, which is only 1 Mile from Winnebago, Itasca, and Era here in Forest City, Iowa!

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Seven sleeping tips when traveling in an RV

By Edie Marcal of RVDailyReport.com

I’ve always been a huge fan of RVs, and last year, I decided to take my family for an RV camping experience. However, I noticed that RV parks are some of the noisiest places, and depending on your location; you’ll get exposed to sirens, road noises, dogs barking and loud diesel rigs. In any case, sleeping in an RV is still one of the most exciting experiences.

Here, I’ll talk about some of the various ways in which you can improve it to enjoy sufficient sleep during the night.

Winnebago Revel 44E

1. Learn How to Choose The Best RV Parking Spot
I’ve previously mentioned that it gets quite disturbing sleeping in a noisy area. So, you should know how to select the right field.

Here are a few tips:

  • Arrive at the camping ground early.
  • Make sure that you have the right RV parking maps before traveling.
  • Avoid packing next to smelly areas like Dumpsters.

2. Make Sure You Get The Right RV!
Because I wanted to give my family the best camping experience, I had to choose the best RV in the market. These have different levels of quality, and at some point, I felt like I was deciding between brick and stick homes. I even discovered that affordability is better than the quality of sleep when getting an RV for a camping trip.

However, despite your budget, there is something for everyone in the world of RV shopping. I got the Class C Winnebago Aspect because of its luxurious and comfy feel. I, of course, did some few minor adjustments to make it the best full-time lifestyle ‘coach’ to help you fall asleep instantly!

3. Choose a Comfortable Mattress
I also had to choose a good mattress for my family. Keep in mind that even if you have the best camping vehicle, sleeping on an uncomfortable bed will give you sleepless nights. Studies also show that it may cause back and muscle pains and you don’t want such health aches to ruin your outdoor experience, right?

4. Ensure Your Leveling Jacks Are Wholly Extended!
You don’t want your leveling jacks to be partially extended because your RV rocks more once people start walking around inside. I even realized that using ‘auto level’ adjustments of your HWH leveling jacks sometimes prevents the rear jacks from fully extending. In such a case, what happens is that your RV bounces and shifts on its rear suspension. It’s just like it’s your kids jumping around in your truck or car.

Therefore, ensure that you’ve thoroughly extended your jacks until they’re all in contact with the ground and then adjust them from there. By taking some weight away from the suspension, you RV will feel quite stable for a good night’s sleep!

5. Empty Your Suspension Bags
If you’re carrying some load-bearing airbags at the back of your RV, make sure that you take all the air out. I took quite some time before realizing this, but just like the jack extensions, it assists in keeping your camping vehicle from rocking as people move about.

This method works in handy if you don’t have some leveling jacks. Levelling jacks take most of the weight away from the suspension. However, I still noticed that even with leveling jacks, your RV will always carry a lot of pressure with fully packed airbags. All in all, remember to inflate you airbags before hitting the road.

6. Manage Your RV’s Air Flow
Here, it’s crucial to mention that the right airflow plays a huge part in giving you a proper night’s rest. The truth is that an RV feels somewhat stuffy, especially if you don’t take the necessary precautions. Keep in mind that RV’s heat up pretty fast when you’re on the road. So, keep the windows open and buy an active fan to keep the air fresh and crisp.

7. Adjust Your Bedroom Lighting
I like keeping my bedroom reasonably bright. However, I know that there are those of you who prefer sleeping in total darkness. My Winnebago RV has an adequately fixed skylight that glows in the evening, providing one of the most suitable outdoor feelings. I also installed some day-night shades and added some new curtains just to make the room a little bit darker.

There is a lot that you can do to improve your RV for proper sleep. Although these are only seven reasons, I’m sure that you’ve upgraded your camping vehicle using other methods. In any case, choosing what suits you is all you need to do. So, from these tips, which one do you think is the best?

Article Originally Seen on RVDailyReport.com

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Choosing the Perfect RV For You – RV Types

Choosing the Perfect RV For You – RV Types

When it comes to freedom and flexibility motorhomes offer the ultimate experience. Ranging from the larger Class A motorhome to the compact Class B camper vans, to the Class C, all motorhomes are RVs that take transportation and living quarters and roll them into one comfortable experience. With something for everyone, motorhomes range from compact and space saving models to luxury buses that can all pull a family car in tow so you can zip around town for daytrips.

Class A Motorhome –

A Class A Motorhome is like a large luxury bus for you to call your own. The largest of RV motorhomes, they are constructed on a specially designed chassis and powered by either gas or diesel engines. Many Class A motorhomes have multiple slide-out sections that open up the living space and come with many options to make you feel at home like kitchens, bathrooms, entertainment centers and centrally controlled heating and air conditioning.

Quick Facts –

  • Cost – $100,000 – $500,000 (Class A Diesels will be more expensive than Class A Gas motorhomes)
  • Sleeping – Up to 8 People (Based on floorplan)
  • Length – 26’ – 45’

Why Choose This Type of RV?

The Class A motorhome is perfect for long-term family road trippers. From an easy to maintain entry level Class A, to luxury coaches, there are plenty of options with this RV type. 4 to 5 people can sleep comfortably and can stretch out like they’re in the family room of a house. The Class A can contain all the amenities that make you feel at home.

Features of this RV –

  • Spacious and well equipped: Even the basic models are well-appointed and roomy. But for anyone looking for the ultimate in luxury and elegance, Class A manufacturers have models costing as much as $1 million.
  • Slide-out rooms: Extends the RV’s exterior wall outward at the touch of a button, to enlarge the living, dining or kitchen area.
  • Smooth and stable ride: No special license is required.
  • A small vehicle can be towed: Bring your car along for daytrips once the motorhome is parked. You can also tow a trailer to carry your boat or golf cart.

Class C Motorhomes

With its distinctive cab-over bunk, The Class C motorhome is an icon and the star in many RV adventures. Class C Motorhomes look like nothing else on the market and are built on a commercial cut-away van chassis and come with all the amenities of any motorhome, so there’s sure to be one that suits you. The Class C RVs have similar features as a Class A, but in a smaller package. Class C RVs are available in both gas and diesel chassis.

Quick Facts –

  • Cost – $90,000 – 160,000
  • Sleeping – Up to 8 People (Depending on Floorplan)
  • Length – 24’ to 32’

Why Choose this Type of RV?

With a truck-like profile, the Class C is perfect for both a family or a large group to spread out on road trips for long-term traveling. Gas or diesel models are available, and they can typically sleep 5-7 comfortably. The Class C tends be a higher price compared with towables, however they are truly a home that you can drive anywhere!

Features of this RV –

  • Ample living space: Equipped with full sleeping, kitchen, dining and bathroom facilities found in a conventional motorhome, as well as entertainment systems and plenty of storage.
  • Extra sleeping bunk: Over the cab area can be used as additional storage.
  • Useful as a tow vehicle: Tow a boat or trailer to carry snowmobiles, ATVs or canoes, or tow a small family car.
  • Slide-out option: Offers extra room for living or sleeping areas by moving the RV’s exterior wall outward at the push of a button. This will add up to an additional width to the vehicle.

Class B Motorhomes

Also called camper vans or conversion vans, Class B motorhomes are an engineering marvel! Kitchens, washrooms with showers and they sleep up to four people; all in a slightly stretched full-size van with a raised roof. A Class B Motorhome is easy to drive, fits in a normal parking space, is easy on fuel, and can be used as a second vehicle.

Quick Facts –

  • Cost – $85,000 – $160,000
  • Sleeping – Up to 4 People (Based on Floorplan)
  • Length – 19’ to 24’

Why Choose this RV –

The Class B motorhome is easy to pack and drives just like a large van. A large van with a kitchen, washroom and shower! With an elevated roof, the Class B fits everything you need in a small package. It sleeps up to 4 people comfortably and is perfect for the spontaneous adventurer.

  • Easy to drive, easy to load: Small size means these RVs are easy to move around town, and can fit in regular parking spots.
  • All conveniences of home: Bathing, sleeping, dining and cooking facilities.
  • Useful for towing:  Tow a boat, a snowmobile, a small family car or even a camping trailer for extra sleeping room.
  • Full stand-up room: Thanks to the raised roof and, sometimes, dropped floors.
  • Fully winterized versions: Includes a higher BTU furnace, heated tanks, upgraded insulation and double-glazed windows for winter adventures.
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Parts Featured Item – Wally Wi-Fi Adapter

Access Your Favorite Apps With The DISH Wally Wi-Fi Adapter!

Wally Wifi Adapter

With the Wi-Fi USB adapter, made exclusively for the DISH Wally receiver, you can access your favorite apps like Netflix, Weather Channel, and Game Finder wherever a hi-speed internet connection is available.

Setup is quick and easy.

  • Plug in the Wi-Fi adapter into the USB port on the back of the Wally
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to connect to a wireless network
  • Open the app of your choice and enjoy!

This product is ONLY compatible with the Wally HD Receiver.

Contact Lichtsinn RV Parts at 1-800-343-6255 for more details on this offer.

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7 Types of Videos You Will See in Our Video Library

7 Types of Videos You Will See in Our Video Library

 

Our videos are a great way of learning more about our products, the services we offer, and to get some tips on how-to run features and components on your coach. Here are 7 types of videos you will see in our video library.

1. In-Stock Inventory Videos – Our extensive video library is regularly updated with videos of our in-stock inventory both new and pre-owned. These videos are a great way to get an in-depth look and walk-around of several coaches you may be interested in. See our In-Stock Inventory Videos Here.

2. Live Webcasts with Q&A – Each month, the Lichtsinn RV team broadcasts live from our studio one mile away from the Winnebago Motorhome Division in Forest City, Iowa. We cover various topics and take your questions live. See our Live Webcast Archive Here.

3. How-To Videos – Wondering how to set up the auto-gen feature on your generator or maybe your wondering how to operate your Truma Combi control panel… check out our extensive how-to videos where one of our Winnebago Factory Trained Sales Consultants or RVDA Master Certified Technicians can walk you through the steps. See our How-To Videos Here. 

4. Product Videos – Do you have a specific product in mind? We have an extensive and informational collection of videos on the Winnebago Revel and more! See our Product Videos Here.

5. RV Parts & Accessories Videos – Thinking about adding the Mobileye Collision Avoidance System to your RV? We have videos on that system and more on our RV Parts and Accessories section. See our RV Parts and Accessories Videos Here.

6. RV Service Videos – This section of our website is chock-full of service topics including winterization, de-winterization, orientation videos and more! See our RV Service Videos Here.

7. Product Comparison Videos – Are you debating between a Winnebago product and another brand? We have created a collection of videos that put Winnebago products head-to-head with their competitors to see which product is better. See our Product Comparison Videos Here.

See all of these videos and more in our video library here.

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The ALL NEW Forza 38F

Capture Forza

Complete with a bath and a half and ground effects LED lighting, the Forza 38F is sure to impress. Accessibly priced and loaded with features, the Winnebago Forza is ideal for couples or families looking to step up to the diesel pusher lifestyle, featuring elegant touches like a residential refrigerator, Corian galley countertops, walkaround king bed, and Ultrafabrics Versa swivel cab seats. Designed to take full advantage of Freightliner’s XCS chassis with V ride, the Forza delivers a smooth and well-mannered ride while providing 228 cubic feet of exterior storage, so you’ve got plenty of room for all the gear. In short, if you’re looking for diesel performance, space, and refinement while keeping a close eye on the bottom line, take a closer look at the Winnebago Forza.

This coach is powered by the tried and true Freightliner powertrain:

  1. Cummins ISB 6.7L
  2. 700 lb. ft. of torque or power
  3. 340-hp
  4. Information display center
  5. NeWay front air suspension
  6. V Ride rear air suspension
  7. Air brakes with ABS
  8. Engine exhaust brake
  9. Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks
  10. Trailer Hitch 5,000 lb. drawbar with 500 lb. maximum vertical tongue weight
  11. Stylized aluminum wheels
  12. Slide room lock system

Includes the following factory installed options:

  1. King Nouveau Freedom air sleep system with dual remote controls
  2. Electric fireplace in entertainment armoire
  3. Exterior entertainment center with 32-inch HDTV
  4. Washer and dryer, stacked separate units for maximum capacity
  5. Ground effects lighting package with smartphone and tablet app to adjust to outdoor illumination in static colors, or to change to meet that of certain colors or will move in relation to exterior music
  6. SiriusXM satellite radio
  7. JBL premium cab audio with tuned 360-watt amplifier, five speakers and subwoofer
  8. Oversized passenger seat with footrest and flip up workstation
  9. MCD solar and blackout roller shade system

Includes the following exterior highlights, in addition to the specifications on our website page and brochure:

  1. 228 cubic feet of exterior and basement storage
  2. 90-gallon fuel capacity
  3. 23-gallon LP capacity
  4. Ten-gallon LP and 110-volt electric water heater w electric ignition
  5. 50-amp electrical service
  6. Dual 15,000 BTU high efficiency air conditioning system with AC heat pump
  7. Powered patio awning, 18 ft. with LED lighting
  8. Four deep cycle Group 31 RV batteries

The all-new Forza 38F qualifies for Winnebago’s Carefree Diesel Days, the industry-leading 3 years or 100,000 miles warranty program.

At Lichtsinn RV our website has full video walkarounds on each RV, making it easy for you to purchase. On our website you can go for a virtual test drive, purchase your RV over the phone or the internet, and then take delivery at our dealership, which is only 1 Mile from Winnebago, Itasca, and Winnebago Touring Coach here in Forest City, Iowa!

 

 

 

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Ability Equipped Intent

For RVers with physical challenges, the new Winnebago Intent can be specially equipped to allow you to: Travel comfortably to visit family and friends — and still sleep in your own bed each night, bring pets or service animals along with you in the motorhome, travel to faraway places without the hassles of flying, get away from the routine of everyday life and build lasting memories!
Winnebago Intent Ability Equipped
The following modifications are available on the 26M and 30R floorplans:

  • Ricon S-Series platform wheelchair lift with 800-pound lifting capacity
  • ROM powered roll-up lift door won’t interfere with the awning hardware. Wall-mount and key-fob remote controls allow a wheelchair user to independently enter and exit the coach
  • 23″ high queen bed with Ideal Rest digital control mattress allows easier transfer to and from a wheelchair; the head of the bed can be power-raised and lowered using switches on each side of the bed
  • Large roll-in style shower with vertical-mount assist bar and adjustable height shower head make bathing easier (A wall-mount folding bench seat is also available)
  • Expanded hallway and toilet areas are for greater accessibility (an optional folding assist bar can be added near the toilet if desired)
  • Many other modifications for your comfort and convenience easier transfer to and from a wheelchair; the head of the bed can be power-raised and lowered using switches on each side of the bed
  • Large roll-in style shower with vertical-mount assist bar and adjustable height shower head make bathing easier (A wall-mount folding bench seat is also available)
  • Expanded hallway and toilet areas are for greater accessibility (an optional folding assist bar can be added near the toilet if desired)

Please call us at 1-800-343-6255 for more information about the Ability Equipped Intent

See the 360 Tour of the Ability Equipped Winnebago Intent here.

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