As Class B Camper Vans have taken over the RV landscape, Winnebago has kept up with the demand with steady innovations that combine comfort and convenience in these compact motorhomes. We are often asked about the differences between Winnebago camper vans and counterparts from other manufacturers that may have similar floorplans or capabilities. One such example includes the loaded Winnebago Solis 59PX and the Airstream Ridgeline. Although both motorhomes are built with outdoor and off-grid adventures in mind, there are many key differences that make the Solis 59PX stand out from the competition.
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The Winnebago Solis Pocket, built on the RAM ProMaster chassis, is a premier Campervan. We will review the highlights of the Solis Pocket 36A interior in our Blog.
Now with a full featured bath, 5,000 watt hours of flexible lithium technology, and the latest restyled and reengineered RAM ProMaster, the all season Winnebago Solis Pocket 36B is not only the most affordable camper van, but it also features extended season capability. Unveiling a new partnership with EcoFlow™ Power Systems, the Solis Pocket 36B offers an optional, compact and flexible power station that is an all in one power hub that optimizes energy performance, saves space, reduces weight, and significantly simplify user operation. Learn more in our Blog.
Now, the Winnebago Solis Pocket has become even more convenient and efficient with the all-new Solis Pocket 36B floorplan with a new versatile, multi-functional dinette and lounging area, and rear wet bath. See our Blog to find out 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.
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.
Many manufacturers aim to replicate Winnebagos quality, so we are often asked what the differences are between Winnebago motorhomes and other manufacturer’s coaches that have similar floorplans or are built on the same chassis. One such example of this includes the Class B Camper Vans, the Winnebago Solis Pocket and the Thor Rize. Read about the differences between these 2 RVs in our Blog.
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The Winnebago Solis entered the Class B Campervan market and took it by storm with its available Pop-Top Roof, Rear Annex and numerous 4-Season and Off-Grid features. The Winnebago Solis is available in 3 floorplans, each built on the fuel-efficient RAM ProMaster chassis. We will be reviewing all three, including the 59P, 59PX, and Solis Pocket (36A).
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: