Winnebago debuted two new camper vans this year, the Boldt and the Solis. Already well known for the Revel, a converted 144-inch Mercedes Sprinter with four-wheel drive, Winnebago is looking to grow its share of the camper van market.
Billed as a four-season pop-up camper built on the Ram Promaster chassis, the Solis is also Winnebago’s most affordable camper van with a 2020 price tag of $100,667. What’s exciting for potential buyers is that the Solis delivers sleeping space for four thanks to a rear double-bed area that converts to seating during the day. Buyers can opt for a queen-size Murphy bed that drops down, or—and this is key for families—a sofa bed that includes two additional three-point seat belts. This means that parents can safely drive and sleep their kiddos, either in the optional sofa bed or in the two chairs up front.
Whichever option you choose, two people can enjoy the rear sleeping space while another two people can sleep in the fiberglass pop-top area that includes the Froli sleeping system and three windows.
Introducing the all-new, all-weather Winnebago Solis.It’s designed to be as versatile as it is affordable, whether you’re cruising beachside or camping slope-side. Built on the fuel-efficient Ram Promaster chassis, the Solis features all-season insulation and plumbing, a space extending rear annex and a heated bathroom. In addition to the cross-coach sleeping below, the fiberglass pop-top easily expands your sleeping space, offers panoramic views and provides a restful night’s sleep with the innovative FROLI sleep system. With its heavy duty vinyl flooring, recirculating hot water system, below floor storage, two exterior wash stations and an adjustable table to take in all the views – it’s clear, the Solis can adapt to any adventure.
For more information on the Winnebago Solis call Lichtsinn RV at 1-800-343-6255 to speak to one of our Winnebago Factory Trained Sales Consultants or see our Solis inventory here.
The Solis is available in two exterior full-body paint options –