With the rising popularity of working from home, we are often asked which motorhomes offer the best solution for working from the road or campsite. While the entire Winnebago lineup features innovations that will make working from your home-on-wheels easy and functional, there are a few floorplan layouts that stand out as the best options for the active lifestyle that also needs to be capable of putting in the hours when necessary. Read our blog to learn more.
The Winnebago Journey was inspired in development from automotive design experts with a focus on quiet performance, aerodynamic design and technological advances. Inside the Winnebago Journey you’ll find one of these technological advances, the Aqua-Hot 400D heating system. There are recommended preventative maintenance items that the Aqua-Hot manufacturer suggests you perform to keep your Aqua-Hot system running efficiently. Read more in our Blog.
The Winnebago Journey was inspired in development from automotive design experts with a focus in quiet performance and aerodynamic design. The Winnebago Journey includes the Aqua-Hot 400D heating system. This Aqua-Hot System is actually three systems in one. It includes the Interior Heating System, the Hot Water System and the Bay Heating System. Learn More in our Blog.
Built with versatile sleeping, seating, and storage spaces, Class A motorhomes offer extensive amenities that allow you to bring all the joys of home with you on your adventures. One such example is an absolute gamechanger for RVers whether you are a full-timer or weekend-adventurer: the option to include a washer and dryer in your motorhome. Winnebago’s Class A lineup includes three models that offer the option to include a washer and dryer, the Winnebago Adventurer, Winnebago Forza, and the Winnebago Journey.
You’re getting ready for your next great adventure, an important yet sometimes forgotten piece of traveling is ensuring you have a comfortable place to lay your head at the end of a long day. You may be most comfortable in an RV that has a King-Sized Bed like you have at home. Winnebago offers a number of motorhome floorplans that include a King-Sized bed and some smaller RVs that include (2) Twin Sized Beds that can be converted into one large bed with the Winnebago Flex Bed System. See our Blog to learn more.
The Winnebago® Journey® is designed for luxury travel and entertaining. The Winnebago Journey is built with the Winnebago exclusive steel SuperStructure which surrounds the cab with a strong, durable support system delivering industry-leading safety and security. Learn More Here.
The Winnebago Journey was inspired in development from automotive design experts with focus in quiet performance and aerodynamic design. The longest of the Winnebago Journey floorplans at 41’4” in length is the Winnebago Journey 40P. This quadruple slideout floorplan features (2) driver-side slideouts and (2) passenger-side slideouts. See our Blog where we review the Journey 40P floorplan.
The Winnebago Journey is available in 3 floorplans, the 34N, 36K and the 40P. While each of these floorplans includes the Freightliner Maxum II XCM Chassis, a king-sized bed, optional dishwasher and washer and dryer, and upscale amenities, there are still many differences in the floorplans. Here we highlight specific information regarding the Journey 36K floorplan.
Built atop the Freightliner XCM modular rail bridge chassis, the Journey will be known not only for its versatile floorplan designs with the latest in residential living comforts and technology, but also for a new automotive infused design that provides for the … Continued
A common question we receive is “What is the difference between the Winnebago Forza and the Winnebago Journey?” While the Winnebago Forza and Winnebago Journey are both Class A diesel motorhomes, there are many differences across these models. We review those differences in our Blog.