Winnebago Revel Lithium Ion Battery Use Best Practices

Winnebago Revel

The Revel Class B diesel motorhome by Winnebago allows you to travel down roads others might not even try. The Winnebago Revel is equipped with (1) 320-amp-hour Lithium ion battery with a dedicated second alternator under the hood to charge the system to extend your off-grid use. See our Blog for more details.

RVs with the Truma Combi Heating System

Winnebago uses Truma appliances in a number of their RVs. The Winnebago Boldt, Era, Solis, and Travato all include the Truma Combi Eco Plus Heating System, the first forced-air furnace and water heater powered by propane. Continue reading to learn more about why the small footprint and versatility of the Truma Combi Heating System makes it the perfect option for these Winnebago Camper Vans.

Winnebago Motorhomes with Twin Sized Beds

Winnebago Motorhomes with Twin Sized Beds

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.

What Is the Difference Between a Class B Motorhome and a Camper Van?

We are often asked what the difference is between a Class B Motorhome and a Camper Van. It is an easy question for us to answer – they are one and the same! Other terms to describe these RVs include Adventure Van, B Van, and Class B RV. Class B Vans have become one of the biggest trends in travel, as they can take on both bustling cities and off-road, off-grid treks.

Winnebago Boldt vs. Winnebago Revel

We often receive questions about the differences between each of the Winnebago Class B Camper Vans, especially those built on Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van Chassis. Below we discuss the Winnebago Boldt and Revel and highlight key differences between the two models. … Continued

Which Winnebago Class B Vans Are Gas and Which Are Diesel?

With compact designs that offer the comforts of home while boasting impressive fuel efficiency, Winnebago Class B Camper Vans have grown in popularity over the past number of years. Winnebago offers Class B models on both the Ram ProMaster® and … Continued

How many people does this Winnebago Class B Sleep?

One of the most asked questions from our guests is “How many people does this Winnebago Class B motorhome sleep?”  Whether it be for solo trips to the wilderness or family trips to an urban campground there are many options … Continued

The Top Questions on the Winnebago Boldt

The Winnebago Boldt, class B diesel motorhome, is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast looking for adventure. This energy and fuel-efficient, diesel-powered Camper Van is equipped with ample storage and spacious floorplans, making it the perfect blend of innovation and comfort. The Winnebago … Continued

Is this Winnebago Class B 4WD?

Is this Winnebago Class B 4WD? We get this question a lot. We do have a number of RVs that are available with 4WD. Before deciding on an RV however, you may want to first ask yourself do you really … Continued

Reviewing Winnebago’s Campervan Lineup

As new and seasoned RVers flock to America’s highways and campgrounds, Winnebago’s best-selling Class B Vans are leading the pack. As the largest Winnebago dealer in North America, we receive a lot of questions on the differences between Winnebago’s popular … Continued