The new Winnebago® Revel® has been revamped for even better off-road performance and longer, more comfortable off-grid stays. It’s the ultimate adventure-ready van with an AWD turbo-diesel engine, comfortable off-grid stays. It’s the ultimate adventure-ready van with an AWD turbo-diesel engine, innovative off-grid power solutions, new modern interior, ample gear storage, and more optional rugged upgrades throughout. We’ll review the key features of the new 2025 Winnebago Revel in our Blog.
The original off-grid and off-road adventure van, the Winnebago Revel, has been taken to another level with the addition of a full suite of enhancements to make it one of the most capable and comfortable camper vans in the Winnebago Class B lineup. Now including the all-new Winnebago x EcoFlow 5-in-1 Power Hub Pro power management system, the Revel is equipped to optimize energy performance to keep you off-road longer.
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.
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.
The third-generation Mercedes-Benz VS30 Chassis provides an innovative fuel-efficient platform with interior aesthetic upgrades similar to that of the Mercedes S-Class luxury automobile. There are a number of Winnebago RVs equipped with the third-generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter VS30 chassis. These models include the Winnebago Revel, Winnebago Era, Winnebago Boldt, Winnebago View, Winnebago Navion and the Winnebago Vita. Learn more about the Mercedes-Benz VS30 Sprinter Chassis in our Blog.
Among camper vans, the Winnebago Revel is the top choice for adventures both on and off the road. There are some competing manufacturers that have introduced RVs to try to compete with the Revel but continue to come up short. One example is the Jayco Terrain. How does the Revel compare to the visually similar Jayco Terrain? Learn more in our Blog.
One of the many features that make the Winnebago Revel a great adventure vehicle is its 320-amp-hour Lithium-Ion battery that allows you stay off-grid longer and more comfortably. If you’re going to park your Revel, unused, for extended periods of time you will want to completely turn off your battery system. Read More in our Blog.