Winnebago produces numerous RVs that are specifically engineered to extend your camping season into colder temperatures. Winnebago has a number of Class B RVs that are 4-season RVs ready not only for fall weather, but the colder weather that follows. Read more about Winnebago 4-Season Class B Campervan RVs in our Blog.
Class B Camper Van
At Lichtsinn RV we pride ourselves on listening to our guests’ needs when helping them select the perfect RV. Maybe you are looking for something small that you can use for day trips or weekend getaways? Or maybe you are interested in a motorhome that will serve as your second home during the cold of winter? It could be that you’ve decided to live the RV lifestyle full-time. No matter how you plan to use your motorhome we will help you find the perfect RV for your needs.
One of the many advantages of choosing Lichtsinn RV for your motorhome purchase is that we carry the full line of Winnebago motorhomes.
RVing allows you to do what you love! If you’re someone who doesn’t like a paved road to be your boundary, go “Off Road” in a Winnebago RV! However, not all RVs are equipped to allow you to do this. Winnebago has 3 models of 4×4 RVs in their Winnebago Class B Camper Van lineup and an AWD model in the Winnebago Class C Lineup that allow to blaze your own trail. See our Blog to learn more.
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 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.
Winnebago offers a number of RVs that fulfill the #Overlander’s desire for adventure including the Winnebago Revel, Winnebago EKKO, Winnebago Travato, Winnebago Solis, Winnebago Era and Winnebago Boldt.
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Due to their compact size, a majority of Winnebago Camper Vans include a Wet Bath. Instead of a traditional bathroom, with the toilet and shower areas in separate spaces, a Wet Bath is your shower and toilet sharing the same space. Read our Blog where we review the different bathrooms that are included in each Winnebago Camper Van model including details on the Shower and Toilet set up in each:
An important factor in determining which Camper Van is right for you, is determining how you plan on using the RV. Will you be plugged into shore power most of the time, or do you plan on going off-grid so you need more power included inside your van itself? The Winnebago Class B lineup includes the Winnebago Travato and Winnebago Solis gas models and the Winnebago Era, Winnebago Boldt and Winnebago Revel diesel models. We will review the details of what powers each Winnebago Camper Van model in our Blog.
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 Era, 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 Winnebago Boldt is a Class B Diesel RV built on the Mercedes VS30 Sprinter Chassis. The Boldt boasts many four-season features, so you can comfortably travel in your Boldt regardless of the weather. Learn about these features in our Blog.