Both the Winnebago Travato and Thor Tellaro are built on the RAM ProMaster® 3500 XT window van chassis, equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 gas engine. With 276 horsepower, a nine-speed automatic transmission, and 250 pound-feet of torque, this chassis guarantees that you are ready to take on everything your RVing adventures have in store. However, upon viewing both models the build quality of the Thor Tellaro is considerably lower than that of the Winnebago Travato. Read our blog to learn more!
The Winnebago Solis is designed so you and your family can take any adventure on. It features a classic rooftop extension so you can take in the outdoors even while inside the coach. See the Solis 59P and 59PX specifications in this Blog.
Built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, the Winnebago Revel offers the superior capability to take on both off-grid and off-road adventures. With a function-fueled design, powered by the reliability of a 3-liter turbo diesel engine and 4WD, the Revel is built with both quality and longevity in mind. However, the most notable features that show off Winnebago’s dedication to quality and usability are actually found in the interior of this powerful motorhome.
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.
We are Winnebago Travato experts. Lichtsinn RV is the Top Dealer for the Winnebago Travato, and the Lichtsinn RV Parts Department is the Largest in North America. We have listed the most popular parts and accessories that our Travato guests take advantage of. You can add these to your order by speaking with your Lichtsinn RV Sales or Parts Consultant. See our Blog to find out more.
The Winnebago Solis Pocket, built on the RAM ProMaster chassis, is a premier Campervan. It supports young couples, singles, couples working while traveling and is a popular and easy alternative to “do-it-yourself” van builds. See our Blog to learn about the Solis Pocket’s chassis and cab conveniences.
It is common for RV manufacturers to build motorhomes with similar floorplans to other RV manufacturers. We are often asked about the differences between certain Winnebago models and their competition. One such example includes the Winnebago Revel 44E and Thor Sanctuary 19L, both built on the ever-reliable Mercedes-Benz VS30 Sprinter chassis. Despite the fact that both motorhomes include a rear bed, wet bath, bench seat, and compact kitchen, the differences between them are immediately apparent once you get inside the RV.
After you’ve purchased your Winnebago Revel, you may be wondering what parts and accessories you might need for it. We asked our RV parts team to identify the most popular parts and accessories Revel owners purchase. Check them out in our Blog.
We are often asked what the difference is between a Class B Motorhome and a Camper Van. 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. Read our Blog to learn more.
The function-fueled design and reliability of the Winnebago Revel, with 3-liter turbo diesel engine and the freedom of 4WD, means going off-road is never off the table. With a base MSRP price starting at $210,292, we are sometimes asked why the Revel is so “expensive.” It all comes down to the combined efficiency of the Mercedes-Benz VS30 Sprinter chassis, a powerful lithium-ion battery system, and the reliability of Winnebago’s attention to quality and detail. Read our Blog to learn more.