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, Winnebago Solis, and Winnebago Roam gas models and the 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.
While your new Winnebago motorhome may include factory-installed additions or your new-to-you Lichtsinn RV purchase may already have some accessories installed, you will most likely still want a few extra pieces of gear to make your RV specifically yours and as comfortable as possible for how you intend to use it. Our expansive parts store coupled with our established vendor relationships ensure we are readily equipped to help you find the perfect gear and accessories to fit your RVing needs. Read our Blog to learn more.
The Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL is designed to provide a more efficient and sustainable power solution than traditional RVs. The system also integrates advanced technology to harness the energy output from the chassis’ engine while, allowing you to operate and power your devices while driving. Read our blog to learn more about the Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL.
The lithium powered Winnebago Travato 59GL and 59KL with the Pure3 Energy Management System is built upon the powerful, fuel-efficient and safety enhanced ProMaster Chassis. See the top questions we receive about the Lithium Powered Travato in our Blog.
The all-weather Winnebago Solis was designed to be as versatile as it is affordable, whether you’re cruising beachside or camping slope side. With 4 floorplans that offer 4-season features, the Winnebago Solis is the perfect RV to use in any season.
The Winnebago Travato was built for four season adventure! Spring to Winter, the Travato has features that help you make the most of your van regardless of the season. Read about some of theses key features in our Blog.
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.
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.
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.
Both the Winnebago Travato and Thor Tellaro are built on the RAM ProMaster® 3500 XT window van chassis, equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 gas engine. With 276 horsepower, a nine-speed automatic transmission, and 250 pound-feet of torque, this chassis guarantees that you are ready to take on everything your RVing adventures have in store. However, upon viewing both models the build quality of the Thor Tellaro is considerably lower than that of the Winnebago Travato. Read our blog to learn more!