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 Solis 59P
Want to RV, but want the flexibility of going where you want when you want, with the option of not bringing a tow car? A small sized RV 26’ or less allows you to park and camp almost anywhere. AND…if you also want to keep it simple by avoiding slideouts, Winnebago has 6 models for you to choose from! See our Blog to learn more!
Winnebago offers a wide selection of Winnebago Class B Campervans. They include all the comforts of home including a bed, a kitchen and often a bath, while providing easy driving ability and tremendous fuel efficiency. Read more about the Winnebago Class B Camper Van Lineup Here.
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. See our Blog where we review the key features of the Winnebago Solis, Class B Campervan.
A common question we receive is “What is the difference between the Winnebago EKKO and the Winnebago Solis?” Both the EKKO and the Solis are compact RVs, but from there they are very different. The Winnebago EKKO is a Class C Motorhome and the Winnebago Solis is a Class B Campervan model. In this Blog we will review additional key differences in the Winnebago EKKO and the Winnebago Solis focusing on the Chassis, Exterior, Floorplans, Bath, the Electrical System and Heating and Cooling in each.
A common question we receive is “What is the difference between the Winnebago Solis 59P and 59PX and the Winnebago Solis Pocket 36A?” We will answer this question in the Blog.
As new and seasoned RVers flock to America’s highways and campgrounds, Winnebago’s best-selling Class B Vans are leading the pack. As the largest Winnebago dealer in North America, we receive a lot of questions on the differences between Winnebago’s popular … Continued
For those who don’t want to camp in a typical campground, Winnebago makes several RVs that make camping off-the-grid easy and enjoyable. The Winnebago Revel With the Winnebago 4×4 Revel – built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis – its time … Continued
This month we are going to focus on Winnebago Class B Camper Vans. The Class B Camper Van market continues to grow and offers a number of different options for those looking to go where they want, when they want, … Continued
One of the key benefits to the Class B and Class C motorhomes or campervans is the ease of driving and parking. Winnebago is the most popular manufacturer of Class B and Class C motorhomes in North America and has … Continued