Patriot II Brake System-Smooth Proportional Braking for your RV

Patriot II Brake System from Blue Ox is all electric with quick response braking time, providing smooth proportional braking for your RV. The Patriot II works for your motor home and tow car by safely bringing it to a smooth stop.There is no pump, tank, or air hoses needed and no condensation to drain, no chance for leaking and it greatly reduces the amount of power required. This Brake System monitors all brake functions or you can manually apply brakes from the comfort of the driver’s seat through a wireless remote control that communicates with the braking system.  Patriot II Brake System works on all vehicles, including hybrids. Included with the system is a super capacitor lifetime battery that ensures power is always available to the brake and in-coach controller with extended RF range. This unit is lightweight and self-contained. Not only is it convenient and easy to store, but it also proportionally applies the brakes smoothly while you’re slowing down to a stop.

Features

  • Compatible with Hybrids!
  • All electric – no pump, tank or air hoses to leak
  • No slamming of the brakes, moves smoothly and proportionally
  • Adjust the amount of braking from the coach
  • Electric actuator instead of air cylinder
  • Weighs only 13 pounds!
  • L.E.D. display on both the brake and remote control
  • Convenient carrying handle
  • Easy self-calibration with the push of one button
  • No condensation to Drain
  • Self-Contained
  • Super Capacitor Lifetime Battery
  • In-coach controller with extended RF range

Installed Price: $1850.87

Brake System Only: $1,500.49

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Contact the Lichtsinn RV Service Department today to find about more about the Patriot II Brake System and getting it installed in your RV.

Winnebago Unveils New Fuse 23F Floorplan

Winnebago unveiled the new Fuse 23F floorplan adding a new option to the already popular Fuse lineup. At only 24′ long – the Winnebago Fuse has all the amenities of larger class C’s with a full bathroom, queen sized bed and plenty of storage. The Winnebago Fuse 23F boasts large holding tank capacities for a coach of its size. With a 33 Gallon Fresh Water Tank, 40 Gallon Black Tank and 43 Gallon Gray Tank you’ve got what you need to go wherever your travels may take you.

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Designed around the Ford Power Stroke diesel engine, the Winnebago Fuse comfortably accommodates up to four adults in a nimble, fuel-efficient package. Three surprisingly roomy, slideout-equipped floorplans come complete with a full galley, entertainment system, and a full bath with a shower. In the rear-bath 23A, the Flex Bed System lets you opt for twin beds or a single queen bed, the 23T features a corner bath and walkaround queen bed, and the 23F a convenient corner bed. Each Fuse includes a powered armless patio awning with LED lighting, solar charging system, and a residential 110V refrigerator, while the available bike rack and a host of other options let you configure your Fuse to your needs and taste.

For more information on the Winnebago Fuse 23F please call 1-800-343-6255 to speak to a Lichtsinn RV Sales Consultant! 

 

The Winnebago Adventurer is back – a Winnebago Class A Gas Coach

Class A Gas Doesn’t Get Any Better than this.

The Winnebago Adventurer® is back, packed with user-friendly features and more value than ever before. The Adventurer’s five floorplans offer plenty of living space and ample storage, whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or the adventure of a lifetime. The Adventurer is loaded with features and amenities typically reserved for diesel pushers, including full-body paint with chrome mirrors, Corian® countertops in the galley and bath, Primera®-covered furnishings, Versa drivers seat, MCD solar/blackout roller shades, and much more. If you prefer a gas coach but want diesel-level amenities at a terrific value, the new Adventurer is built for you! Built on the Ford F53 Chassis with the Triton V10 Engine you’ll get the ride that goes along with the interior comfort.

Winnebago AdventurerStandard Features on the Winnebago Adventurer® include:

1) Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks with 3 position controls

2)  Cavernous storage and cargo carrying capacity, with chassis GVWRs ranging from 18,000 (27N and 30T) to 22,000 lb with 22.5″ wheels (33C, 35F, and 36Z)

3) Exterior entertainment center

4) Powered patio and entrance awnings

5) KeyOne lock system

6) Large tank capacities – LP/18 gallon, fuel/80 gallon, freshwater 64-93 gallons depending on model

7) 35F & 36Z have separate black and gray tanks for each bathroom

8) Corian countertops

9) Residential refrigerator

10) 10″ Bluetooth multi-media radio/rearview/sideview monitor system angled for multiple view points

11) Versa driver’s seat allowing the cab seats to become an integral part of the living area

12) Full body premium automotive paint

Optional Features on the Winnebago Adventurer® include:

1) Over the cab powered StudioLoft bed with 600 lb weight rating

2) Stackable washer/dryer (33C) or washer dryer combo (35F, 36Z)

3) All-weather upgrade package, which adds a 2nd high efficiency air conditioner with heat pump, 50-amp shoreline electrical service, automatic generator changeover switch, and a 5,500-watt CumminsOnan Marquis Gold gas generator.

4) Microwave and convection oven

5) LP oven

Winnebago Adventurer® Floorplans

Winnebago Adventurer® 27N Floorplan

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Winnebago Adventurer® 30T Floorplan

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Winnebago Adventurer® 33C Floorplan

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Winnebago Adventurer® 35F Floorplan

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Winnebago Adventurer® 36Z Floorplan

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Winnebago Adventurer® Specifications

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Call Lichtsinn RV today to find out more about the New  Winnebago Adventurer®, class a Gas Motorhome from Winnebago Industries.

Emergency Equipment Every RVer Should Have

You’ve probably had people tell you to “be positive” or “don’t worry.” While optimism is a valuable trait in many situations, you shouldn’t let it prevent you from knowing what to do in a crisis or buying the right emergency gear.

In-the-moment emergency supplies

  • Window breaker/Seatbelt cutter tool: If your RV is in an accident and ends up sinking in a body of water, this tool is a lifesaver (literally). It is capable of slicing cleanly through a locked seatbelt and easily breaking glass windows. The tool attaches to a keychain for easy access.
  • First-aid kit: From minor cuts and scrapes to large-scale injuries, it always pays to be prepared. You should always keep a first-aid kit in your car and RV for unexpected emergencies.
  • Fire extinguisher: This is an obvious one, but always make sure you keep a fire extinguisher in an easily accessible spot in your RV. In addition to purchasing a standard extinguisher, you can install an automatic extinguisher system in the engine compartment, behind the fridge, or throughout the rig.
  • Emergency information card: In case you are involved in an accident and are unconscious when help arrives, be sure to keep an emergency information card in your wallet or pocket at all times. You can buy one to fill out, or make your own with a laminator. Make sure to include your blood type, allergies, and emergency contacts.
  • Pepper spray: You should always have a way to defend yourself, especially while camping. Who knows when some creep is going to sneak out of the woods in the middle of the night? This pepper spray attaches to your keychain and sprays up to 10 feet.
  • Bear spray: Bear spray can be a valuable asset when camping in the woods or mountains, especially in Alaska. With a range of 35 feet, it allows you to stop wild animal attacks before they happen.

Long-Term Emergency Supplies 

  • Bottled water: In the event that something happens to your holding tanks and you are stranded far from civilization, it’s important to have an extra water supply. Keep enough bottled water for your group stored away in your RV.
  • Water purification tablets: If you’re low on storage, an alternative to packing bottled water is to pack water purification tablets. These can cleanse natural water sources of harmful bacteria and make them safe to drink in just 30 minutes.
  • Flash drive: It t may not seem like an emergency item, but a waterproof flash drive containing a will, vehicle titles, and other emergency documents is much more practical than carrying around loads of paperwork.
  • Analog compass: If you end up stranded in a remote area, a good old-fashioned compass is a necessity. Yes, a compass app is available for most smartphones, but if your phone dies, you’ll want a backup navigation system. A paper map of the area is a good idea as well.
  • Glow sticks: During a long-term emergency without electricity, glow sticks are a reliable and waterproof way to produce light. Use them to find your way through the RV, make necessary repairs, or get the attention of rescuers.
  • Batteries: Make sure you pack extra batteries to power devices like flashlights, radios, and walkie-talkies. The last thing you want is for the batteries in all your emergency electronics to die.
  • Portable smartphone charger: A portable smartphone charger can be useful if you wind up with a dead RV battery, especially when you can get a cell signal. This one is waterproof, solar powered, and features a built-in compass and flashlight.
  • Hand crank radio: When you don’t have cell service, you’ll need another way to get weather updates. This hand crank emergency radio warns you about threatening forecasts and requires no battery. It also features a USB port for charging your smartphone.
  • Solar battery charger: Prevent your RV battery from dying by hooking up a weatherproof solar trickle charger. Even on cloudy days, this solar panel can convert sunlight into electricity and keep your battery fully charged.

Roadside Emergency Supplies 

  • Jumper cables: Jumper cables are an essential part of any roadside emergency kit. If your RV or tow vehicle battery dies, you’ll want to restart it. Just hope that another car comes along and is willing to help.
  • Tow strap: There’s always the chance that your RV could get stuck, especially if you’re camping on the beach. This tow strap can pull up to 11,000 pounds and save your vehicle.
  • Emergency flares: Although traditional roadside flares are a common choice, these electronic ones are brighter and last for up to 12 hours. They are also safer and more environmentally friendly, as they don’t release dangerous chemicals or create a fire hazard.
  • Wheel chocks: Use wheel chocks when parking your trailer to prevent it from rolling away, either at the campsite or on the side of the road during an emergency. They might seem like an unnecessary precaution, but the second your trailer starts to leave without you, you’ll wish you had used the chocks.
  • Warning triangles: Give other drivers time to slow down by placing emergency warning triangles along the road behind your broken-down vehicle. You can use these during the day or at night.
  • Safety whistle: If your vehicle malfunctions and you end up stranded without cell service, a safety whistle can save your life. Use it to signal to anyone within a mile.
  • Motor oil: Don’t get stuck without motor oil. Bring some with you so that you can change it if you need to, and bring a funnel to make it easier on yourself.
  • Extra fuel: When camping, it’s easy to run low on fuel far from a gas station. Keep a supply of extra gas or diesel with you, and avoid becoming stranded in the wilderness.
  • Cash: Not many people carry cash with them these days, but you should definitely keep some in your tow car or RV. You never know when you’ll want to thank someone for their help in an emergency (or bribe them to help you).

Emergency Repair Supplies 

  • Extra fuses: It may not be a life-threatening emergency, but blowing a fuse in your RV can definitely make your trip less enjoyable than you planned. Pack extra fuses and avoid the issue altogether, but be sure to check what type of fuse your vehicle uses.
  • Toolkit: It’s good to have some basic tools with you for any minor repairs you have to make on your trip. With this 79-piece, multi-purpose toolset, you can fix everything from loose screws to leaky faucets.
  • Multi-tool pocket knife: For small but crucial repairs, you might not want to lug around your toolkit. Keep this multitool pocket knife handle to fix any small problems your RV might be having.
  • Duct tape: Never underestimate the value of duct tape, no matter where you are. Shattered window? Prevent shards of glass from falling back into the RV by taping it up. Broken taillight? Use this transparent duct tape to fix it and keep you and your family safe on the road.
  • Battery terminal cleaner: Prevent your RV battery from malfunctioning with a battery terminal cleaner. Use it at least once a month to remove all corrosion from the terminal.
  • Headlamp: You never know when you might need to make some nighttime repairs on the road. A headlamp frees up both hands and allows you to see what you’re working on.
  • Disposable gloves: When making repairs in the engine compartment and other grimy areas, it can be very helpful to have a pair of nitrile gloves on hand. You should always keep a pair in your first-aid kit as well.
  • Rain poncho: A rain poncho can also be helpful for those drizzly roadside repairs. The last thing you want is to be soaking wet while trying to fix a tire.
  • Tire repair kit: When you’re out in the boondocks, you can’t always call AAA. This tire repair kit comes with everything you need to fix a punctured tire. As a last resort, always carry a spare tire for your car and RV as well.

Cold Weather Emergency Supplies 

  • Ice scraper: Be prepared for a windshield full of ice in the morning whenever you camp in a snowy spot. This ice scraper/snow brush combo lets you scrape off that frozen layer and drive safely.
  • Tire chains: When driving in icy areas, be sure to fit your motorhome or trailer and tow car with chains. You’ll be grateful for the extra traction when you no longer have to slide around dangerously on the road.
  • Snow shovel: Always remember to bring a snow shovel when traveling in chilly weather. No one wants to be snowed into their campsite with no way to dig themselves out.
  • Hand warmers: In the event that your heater should fail when you’re stuck somewhere cold, hand warmers can provide heat inside clothing or sleeping bags. This pack of 40 air-activated heating packs will warm the whole family.
  • Rainproof blanket: You should always keep a rainproof emergency blanket tucked away in case you find yourself stranded in a freezing environment. You might break down on the side of the road with a broken heater, so make sure you have a way to keep you and your family warm and dry.
  • Waterproof matches: If your RV breaks down and you are stranded without electricity or propane, a fire can keep you warm and heat up your food. Keep a pack of these waterproof matches in your RV at all times.

Accidents happen, and you should always be ready for the unexpected. Having the right gear can be helpful and even save your life in the event of an emergency. Stay safe and add these supplies to your packing list.

Article originally seen on RVLife.com 

Lichtsinn RV Celebrates Winnebago Grand National Rally!

Lichtsinn RV had a jam-packed week July 20 – 27, 2018 for WIT Club’s Annual Grand National Rally in Forest City, IA. We chose a few of the highlights from the week to share.

Battle of the Businesses – Lichtsinn RV competed in Forest City’s Puckerbrush Days’ Battle of the Businesses. This annual competition features local businesses competing against each other in wacky challenges for bragging rights. Lichtsinn RV’s Chris Stone (finishing department), Henry Stone (sales), Devin Richter (finishing department), Abby Durreger (sales), and Nicole Follman (sales) competed against teams from Winnebago Industries, TSB Bank, Mercy Family Clinic Forest City, Good Samaritan, and MBT Bank. The battle featured challenges like leap frog, a three-legged race, and corn shucking competition. Lichtsinn RV was in the lead the entire duration of the battle until the final challenge. Lichtsinn RV and MBT Bank competed in the final challenge and MBT barely pulled ahead to win the Battle of the Businesses.

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The Lichtsinn RV Battle of the Business Team – Chris Stone, Jeremy Gilbertson, Henry Stone, Devin Richter, Abby Duregger and Nicole Follman.
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Devin Richter leap frogs over teammate Jeremy Gilbertson in the Battle of the Businesses Competition.

Puckerbrush Days Parade – On Saturday, the Lichtsinn RV team participated in the Puckerbrush Days Parade. We had quite the turn out with 5 motorhomes.

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Lichtsinn RV is ready to celebrate Puckerbrush Days!

 

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Lichtsinn RV employees showing off their bright yellow shirts for the Puckerbrush Days parade.

Red, White and Welcome to the Winnie Bs – Lichtsinn RV welcomed the Winnie B’s – a WIT Club special interest group focusing on Winnebago’s Class B (Travato, Paseo, Era and Revel products) owners. On the first day of WIT Club’s Grand National Rally we kicked off the week with a reception for the over 85 Winnie B’s. We were excited to see familiar faces in the group and meet new Travato owners!

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The Winnie Bs lineup for a tasty lunch from Lichtsinn RV.
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Ron Lichtsinn welcomes the Winnie B’s to Forest City and Grand National Rally.

Red, White and Welcome BBQ at Lichtsinn RV – On Tuesday of GNR week, Lichtsinn RV invited GNR attendees back to the dealership for a BBQ with fundraising games for the American Cancer Society. Members of the Lichtsinn RV team served pulled pork sandwiches and cake to our guests while others members helped with fundraising games like spin the wheel, bean bag toss, and plinko. We had over 550 attendees and raised $800 for the American Cancer Society.

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Our custom-made cake from Tiffany’s Sweets for the BBQ.
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Over 500 people were in attendance at the Lichtsinn RV BBQ.

Gas Grill Winner – Throughout the week, we collected over 800 entries to win a gas grill or $150 Lichtsinn RV Parts Gift Card. On Thursday we drew the winner, Randall Smischny from Kansas. Randy was very excited to win since he said he never wins anything.

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Hope Lichtsinn awards the Lichtsinn RV Parts gift certificate to Randall Smischny.

We had an awesome Grand National Rally. Thanks to all of you who visited us in the display and in the dealership. We look forward to seeing you again next year!

 

 

RV Connectivity… Stay Connected with Cell and WiFi Options

RVers increasingly are looking for technology that enables them to stay connected to family and friends, work remotely, or stream media. So, we created a step-by-step tutorial for finding the perfect option for you. See it here.

There are 2 main ways to access friends, family and the internet while on the road:

  • Public or private accessible WiFi networks (RV parks, libraries, rest stops, Starbucks, etc.)
  • Wireless service providers (cell phone networks – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, etc.)

Or, you can access the internet with a combination of cellular internet and free WiFi.

Public or Private Accessible WiFi Networks – Standalone WiFi Boosters 

The goal of WiFiRanger products is to enhance existing internet sources and make them more usable, while also combining these internet sources as desired for the most speed, reliability, and automatic backup. WiFiRanger products can reach weak WiFi at extreme distances and also tether to your USB MiFi, Aircard, or Smartphone.

Wifi Only

Cost of WiFiRanger products: $359 – $749 + installation

How does the WiFiRanger work?

  1. Boosted WiFi – Find 4-10x wifi networks, the WiFiRanger boosts weak WiFi from up to two miles away. Overcome the challenges of line of sight with our rooftop mounted outdoor WiFi receivers.
  2. Interconnect Everything – Hook up all your favorite devices. The WiFiRanger interconnects everything with WiFi and ethernet ports for laptops, tablets, Smart TVs, gaming consoles, printers and more.
  3. Robust Security – Secure WiFi and safe browsing mode. WiFiRanger secures your network with WPA2 encryption, firewall and SafeSurf which allows using public networks securely.

Wireless Service Providers – Cellular and Internet (4G)

RVing allows you to see the country, which often then comes with the price of poor cell phone reception due to distance from the nearest cell phone tower and objects, including your RV, that obstruct the signal.  Using your cellular phone or a cellular hot spot to provide internet can be the most economic way to stay connected via the internet as you can use your existing data and you’re not tied down to a facility with internet.  There are options for improving your cell signal so you can stay connected via voice or for using your data for internet connectivity, even when you’re in the middle of nowhere.

WeBoost

weBoost Drive 4G-X RV
$529.00 Parts
$951.99 Installed

The weBoost Drive 4G-X RV is our powerful RV cell phone signal booster kit certified for use anywhere in the US. The Drive 4G-X RV boosts voice and data with max FCC allowed 50 dB system gain, enhancing 4G LTE, as well as 3G network signals, up to 32x.  RVers get fewer lost connections and dead zones, better call quality as well as faster data uploads and downloads whether parked or in motion in their RV.  Works in all classes of RV; Class A, Class B, Class C and all towables.

How the weBoost Drive 4G-X RV works:

  1. Receives Signal – the booster reaches out to the cell tower to access voice, text and data signals while parked or in-motion.
  2. Boosts Signal – the booster receives the outside signal, amplifies it up to 32 times and sends it to the inside antenna.
  3. Expands Signal – the inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal to devices inside the RV.

Combined Cellular and WiFi Boosters

As pricing of combined cellular voice and internet boosters have continued to drop, these boosters make it simple and affordable for improved voice and data coverage.  The Winegard ConnecT 2.0 combines cellular and WiFi boosting and can even use your own existing wireless provider!

Winegard ConnecT

Winegard ConnecT –
$480.00 Parts
$902.49 Parts and Installation

How Winegard ConnecT works:

  • Connects to Winegard data plan: 30 day, no contract plans
  • Capability to swap SIM card to add to new or existing data plans from other carriers.
  • Step-by-step on screen instruction makes setting up a breeze.
  • Connect your WiFi devices to your new extended network instantly.
  • 4G models connect to 4G LTE when WiFi is not available.
  • Easily connects your mobile devices, smart TVs, and gaming controls.

If you want to learn more about connectivity devices Contact us at 1-800-343-6255 or email parts@lichtsinn.com

Ron Lichtsinn Featured in RV Pro Magazine’s RV Origins Issue

Ron Lichtsinn, Owner and Dealer Principal of Lichtsinn RV was featured in the July issue of RV Pro Magazine. The July special edition featured the “origins” of several professionals in the RV industry. You can see a digital copy of the issue here.

Ron Lichtsinn, Owner and Dealer Principal Lichtsinn RV 

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My father, who at that time owned a GM dealership in Forest City, Iowa, started selling Winnebago conversion vans in 1979 after a conversation and a handshake with John K. Hanson (Winnebago Industries Founder). I grew up in the business. I started by doing odd jobs, including detailing RVs in 1984. I left the business in 1989 when I went to college, then had a career in public accounting and then in financing for Pillsbury Inc. in its previous headquarters in downtown Minneapolis. I then came back to the family business in 2001, moving back to Forest City with my wife and buying the dealership from my father. I looked at the future of the RV industry, looking at demographics, and the number of baby boomers entering retirement. I knew there was a huge opportunity in the RV business. When I came back in 2001, I brought the entire team of Lichtsinn Motor employees together (at that time, a total of 13 including GM and RV employees) and explained I wanted to continue to build upon what my father had already started and become the true force in the RV industry. During the recession in 2008 was a very challenging time. We sell to guests throughout the country, so we saw the struggles of our guests in the places hardest hit, like California. We saw our friends and neighbors lose their jobs at Winnebago Industries. During this time, we evaluated what we needed to do to help insulate dealership family from events like this. We evaluated processes, everything from every touch point in guest interactions to our lender partners, we brought down to the very basic level and focused on improving these processes every step of the way. We focused on parts and service, increasing our staffing and our facility. We focused on training our entire team not only on their specific job skill requirements, but on guest service, focusing on internal and external guests. This groundwork is the foundation for what we continue to do each and every day. With the team of Lichtsinn employees, we have taken Lichtsinn Motors, with a staff of 13 (GM and RV) and average Winnebago Motorhome sales, to a team of 40 at Lichtsinn RV, in a new state-of-the-art RV facility built in 2014. We have been the largest volume Winnebago parts dealer in the country for the past several years and for the past four years we have achieved the Top Winnebago Dealer in North America award.

 

New Model Year Changes in the Vista and Sunstar 29VE

IMG_9309 1Looking for a big coach with big value built to Winnebago’s uncompromising standards? Look no further than the Vista and Sunstar! You wanted more in an affordable Class A coach, and you got it in the Winnebago Vista and Itasca by Winnebago Sunstar, both of which are identical all the way down to features, quality, content and price. We are one of only a few dealers that offer both and can provide you that unbiased opinion between the Vista and Sunstar.

In 2019, Winnebago added new options including the upgraded cooling package that comes with two high-efficiency air conditioners, a larger 5,500-watt Cummins Onan generator, and 50 AMP electrical service and all new side video camera monitoring system, controlled by a dedicated input for three security cameras, and also automatically controlled by the turn signal column. A beautiful all-new exterior in Polar Flare Desert Champagne provides the durability and appearance of full body paint without the $8,500 increase in cost for full body paint.

SEE OUR 2019 VISTA  INVENTORY HERE

You’ll find refined features such as MCD roller shades and a Versa easy swivel driver’s seat that you might not expect at such a price. For couples and families seeking a Class A adventure at a friendly price, there’s a Vista or Sunstar waiting for you. See the full specs below –

This coach is powered by the tried and true Ford powertrain with the all new TorqShift six speed automatic transmission with grade braking:

1. 6.8L Ford V10 SEFI Triton engine

2. 460 lb feet of torque or power

3. 320 HP

4. TorqShift 6 speed automatic overdrive transmission with tow haul mode and grade braking

5.  Stainless steel wheel liners

6.  Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks

7.  Rear valve stem extensions

8.  Factory installed tow package, 5,000 lb with 500 lb vertical tongue weight and 7 blade bargemen wiring

Includes the following factory installed options:

1.  Cooling upgrade package, with dual high efficiency air conditioners, larger 5,500 watt CumminsOnan generator, and 50 AMP electrical service

2.  Side video camera monitoring system, controlled by dedicated input for three security cameras, and also automatically controlled by the turn signal column

3. Tailgate package, with complete exterior kitchen with more storage than any other competitor with similar exterior kitchens

4. Exterior entertainment center 32 inch HDTV with remote and speakers

5. Inverter, 1,000 watt, for convenient use with exterior tailgate package and exterior entertainment center, as well as interior entertainment and rear bedroom household appliances

6. Rear bedroom HDTV, 24 inch

7. StudioLoft, powered with ladder

Includes the following exterior highlights, in addition to the specifications on our website page and brochure:

1. 145 cubic feet of basement and exterior storage

2. 17 ft powered patio awning

3. 80 fuel capacity

4. 18 gallon LP capacity

5. LP water heater, 6 gallon, with electronic ignition

6. 50 amp electrical service

7. 14,800 BTU air conditioner with ChillGrille quick cooling technology

Winnebago Travato European Cassette Shades


A new feature in the 2019 Winnebago Travato is the all-new European cassette blind system now replaces the MCD blackout shades. It is available with the glass windows or the dual-pane acrylic windows and includes the insect screen for fresh air ventilation and the solar privacy shades with a solar reflective material that assists with insulation. These windows allow for you to leave them in different positions in transit without the possibility of the noise that the MCD shades made when traveling.

Winnebago Travato Bamboo Shower Mat


Another great feature in the 2019 Winnebago Travato 59G and 59K is the bamboo shower mat. This mat is made from a sealed marine-grade plywood so it will withhold all of the water in the shower area and it provides a spa-like appearance in a nimble, efficient van.