Here are our 7 Reasons why the Winnebago View and Navion ARE BETTER than the Tiffin Wayfarer.
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Our first reason is the View and Navion’s Occupant and Cargo Carrying Capacity or OCCC. Occupant and Cargo Carrying Capacity is the total weight of all cargo which includes you, your stuff, and all any freshwater you carry. The Tiffin’s occupant and cargo carrying capacity range from only 562 – 700-lbs while the View and Navion range from 1,100 – 1451-lbs. This is a substantial difference in cargo carrying capacity. You also must keep in mind that the occupant and cargo carrying capacity includes freshwater tanks, and in the Tiffin a full load of water is approximately 317-lbs. of cargo. So, after you fill your tanks you only have 200 –400 pounds of capacity for you, any passengers, your stuff, and the vertical tongue weight of your hitch. The View and Navion’s cargo carrying capacity is far superior to the Wayfarer because Winnebago invests in weight saving components like the highly durable, euro styled Italian Technoform cabinetry, which has been hand crafting cabinetry for high end yachts for years.
Our second reason why the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is the View and Navion’s superior off-the-grid capabilities. A compact coach is the ultimate freedom vehicle and the last thing you want is to be tied down to a traditional campground. The View and Navion feature 2 large Group 31 batteries, 200-watts of solar, a 2,000-watt inverter, a 3,600-watt Cummins Onan Generator and a Compressor Refrigerator. The View and Navion also have optional lithium ion smart batteries available. Winnebago designed all of these features into the Winnebago View and Navion to provide users with extended off-the-grid functionality – like never seen before in a Winnebago View or Navion. The Tiffin Wayfarer has a smaller inverter, smaller generator, smaller house batteries and no solar. Overall, the Tiffin Wayfarer is not well equipped for camping outside of a traditional campground. With the View and Navion anywhere can be your campground.
Our third reason why the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is the SuperShell Sleeper Deck in the View and Navion. The new SuperShell sleeper deck includes premium thermal and acoustic insulation, making the front bunk lighter and more comfortable than ever before. The SuperShell Sleeper deck also provides great space for storage when it isn’t being used as a bed. The Wayfarer features a generic cabover bunk that was not engineered with the same level of thermal and acoustic insulation as the SuperShell Sleeper Deck in the View and Navion.
Our fourth reason why the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is the premium features and smart storage design. Remi Cab Window Blinds and MCD Roller Shades. The View and Navion have the integrated, Sliding Remi shades on the front windshield, drivers and passenger cab windows. The shades are mounted into place and stay secure in their holder while traveling. When you’re ready to use them, operation is extremely simple and provides a solar thermal break to keep the sun out, and the RV cool. In the living area, kitchen and bedroom Winnebago utilizes MCD shades. MCD Shades are both easy to operate and clean and eliminate the problems associated with pleated shades, like the ones in the Compass and Gemini. MCD Night Shades are made of blackout fabric to block 100% of the light or made as a privacy shade which filters light into your RV. Both the proprietary ClearView and ClearView II screens provide an effective thermal barrier. The new window shades take the place of blackout curtains, cellular, vienna and silhouette shades, power visors, venetian blinds and other dated shades. MCD plans all shades utilizing CAD design and 3D software and manufactures with state-of-the-art computerized manufacturing equipment to ensure the highest quality and consistency. The View and Navion also feature new, smart storage features like the embedded paper towel holder and tissue dispenser. Another key design improvement is the roof wiring access port for technology. The roof wiring access port creates an easy wire path for outdoor equipment to the inside of the coach. This allows you to access to the roof to install your desired technology equipment whether it be wifi and cell boosters or satellite antennas. As equipment becomes outdated, this port allows for an easy change out and replacement for new equipment.
Our fifth reason why the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is the View and Navion’s Murphy+ Bed in the 24D Floorplan. The Murphy+ Bed in the Winnebago View and Navion 24D provides a 60 by 70-inch sleeping surface that is accessible when you need it and a nice seating area when you don’t need the sleeping area. It is a true walkaround bed with one-touch operation. The Wayfarer is not a true walkaround, in fact when you manually put the bed into the sleeping position it pushes right up against the galley drawers. The Wayfarer’s Murphy Bed is far more difficult to use, it requires you to manually put together the heavy murphy bed.
Our sixth reason the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is the Custom-designed, automobile-grade entry door in the Winnebago View and Navion. In previous model years, Winnebago always had a best-in-class entry door on the Winnebago View and Navion. Winnebago took the best-in-class entry door to a whole new level with the custom-designed, automobile-grade entry door designed in Europe specifically for the Winnebago View and Navion. The new door is extremely sturdy, very similar to a car door, with dual latching points that greatly reduce wind and road noise. The inside of the new door features a sliding shade and in-door storage perfect for umbrellas, shoes and other outdoor gear. The Tiffin Wayfarer features the typical 3rd party manufactured door that is often seen in entry-level trailers and RVs.
Our final reason why the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer is Winnebago’s extensive experience building RVs on the Mercedes-Benz chassis. Winnebago has been building RVs for over 60 years and was the first American RV manufacturer to build on the Mercedes-Benz chassis. That experience has enabled Winnebago to be the top seller of Mercedes-Benz based RVs in North America. Why buy an RV from any other manufacturer?
That wraps up our 7 reasons why we think the Winnebago View and Navion are better than the Tiffin Wayfarer. You can see our View and Navion inventory and other videos like this one by visiting LichtsinnRV.com.
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