There are many RVs with similar floorplans and styles across numerous manufacturers, because of this, we are often asked about the differences between Winnebago models compared with those of other manufacturers. One example of these similarities include the Winnebago Revel and the Airstream Interstate 19. Read our Blog to learn more.
RVing in the late fall and winter months is incredibly popular with RVers, especially Camper Van owners. Winnebago manufactures an impressive list of 4-Season RVs, both campervans and Class C motorhomes. Typically when looking at 4-Season RVs, owners will want to look at how the RV is insulated and heated and how the water systems are kept from freezing. Learn about Winnebago 4-Season RVs in our Blog.
The weather is getting colder! Just because the temperature is changing doesn’t mean your RVing adventures need to come to an end. The Winnebago Revel is packed with plenty of amenities in its petite frame. The Revel, built on the Mercedes-Benz VS30 chassis, is a true 4×4 that opens up a world of possibilities with off the grid capabilities and complete four-season comfort. Learn more about 4 Season comfort in the Revel in our Blog.
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.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like a paved road to be your boundary, go “Off Road” in a Winnebago Revel! However, not all RVs are equipped to allow you to do this. The Winnebago Revel 4×4 RV is a Winnebago Class B Camper Van that allows you to blaze your own trail. Learn more about the 4×4 Winnebago Revel in our Blog.
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.
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.
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.
The Winnebago Revel opens up a world of possibilities for your adventures with off-grid capabilities and complete four-season comfort. While the Revel is already equipped with many innovative features, there are even more options that can be added to even further maximize its efficiency and durability. Read our Blog to learn more.