The Winnebago Solis is known for its ability to adapt to any adventure and any budget. Available in two floorplans, the 59P and 59PX, the Solis is an innovative and efficient Class B camper van and features a class pop-top to extend the number of sleeping spaces in your motorhome. Read our blog to learn more about the Winnebago Solis 59P and 59PX with the top ten questions we often receive from our guests.
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While your new Winnebago motorhome may include factory-installed additions or your new-to-you Lichtsinn RV purchase may already have some accessories installed, you will most likely still want a few extra pieces of gear to make your RV specifically yours and as comfortable as possible for how you intend to use it. Our expansive parts store coupled with our established vendor relationships ensure we are readily equipped to help you find the perfect gear and accessories to fit your RVing needs. Read our Blog to learn more.
The Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL is designed to provide a more efficient and sustainable power solution than traditional RVs. The system also integrates advanced technology to harness the energy output from the chassis’ engine while, allowing you to operate and power your devices while driving. Read our blog to learn more about the Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL.
You may be traveling with someone you’d like to snuggle up close to, or perhaps you are more comfortable each having your own sleeping surface. Winnebago offers a number of motorhomes that include (2) Twin Sized Beds that can be converted into one large bed (if you prefer) with the Winnebago Flex Bed System. Read our blog to find out more about Winnebago Motorhomes that include twin sized beds.
In the sea of Camper Vans it’s hard to know where to begin. We’ll try and help you answer the question “Which Camper Van Should I Buy?” The Winnebago Class B lineup includes the Winnebago Travato and Winnebago Solis gas models and the Winnebago Boldt and Winnebago Revel diesel models. In our Blog we will review common questions regarding the key features differentiating the Winnebago Class B Camper Van models.
The lithium powered Winnebago Travato 59GL and 59KL with the Pure3 Energy Management System is built upon the powerful, fuel-efficient and safety enhanced ProMaster Chassis. See the top questions we receive about the Lithium Powered Travato in our Blog.
What is the difference between the Winnebago Solis and the Winnebago Revel? Both are Class B Campervans but from there they are very different. We will review the key differences in our Blog.
As Class B Camper Vans have taken over the RV landscape, Winnebago has kept up with the demand with steady innovations that combine comfort and convenience in these compact motorhomes. We are often asked about the differences between Winnebago camper vans and counterparts from other manufacturers that may have similar floorplans or capabilities. One such example includes the loaded Winnebago Solis 59PX and the Airstream Ridgeline. Although both motorhomes are built with outdoor and off-grid adventures in mind, there are many key differences that make the Solis 59PX stand out from the competition.
The all-weather Winnebago Solis was designed to be as versatile as it is affordable, whether you’re cruising beachside or camping slope side. With 4 floorplans that offer 4-season features, the Winnebago Solis is the perfect RV to use in any season.
The Winnebago Travato was built for four season adventure! Spring to Winter, the Travato has features that help you make the most of your van regardless of the season. Read about some of theses key features in our Blog.