The Winnebago Revel 4×4 was designed specifically for active outdoor enthusiasts, the all new Winnebago Revel takes a no-nonsense approach to adventure with a straightforward design and function-driven features. Taking full advantage of the proven 4×4 Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis, the Revel’s 3.0-L turbo diesel puts 325 lbs. ft of torque through an on-demand 4WD system, complete with high and low range and hill descent mode for added off road capability.
WATCH RON LICHTSINN DISCUSS THE WINNEBAGO REVEL’S GVWR, OCCC, GCWR, AND MORE IN THIS VIDEO.
Unloaded Vehicle Weight Rating – This the weight of the Revel with only a full tank of diesel fuel. 7,190 lbs.
Occupant and Cargo Carrying Capacity (OCCC) -This is the total weight of all cargo which includes your stuff, you, and the freshwater tanks full. 1,360 lbs.
The unloaded vehicle weight rating + the occupant and cargo carrying capacity = the vehicles’ gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). 8,550 lbs.
Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) – This is the maximum weight the Revel can be. This number is the unloaded vehicle weight rating + the occupant and cargo carrying capacity+ any towed vehicles. 13,550 lbs.
Towing Capabilities – The Revel’s maximum towing is found by subtracting the GVWR from the GCWR. You will want to keep this number in mind when you look at the trailer hitch weight rating. Several other RV manufacturers will put a trailer hitch that is rated higher than what the vehicle can actually tow. The Revel can tow 5,000 lbs. and has a 5,000 lbs. trailer hitch.
Some additional weights you may see if you were to weigh your Revel is the gross axle weight rating for the front axle and the rear axle which are 4,101 lbs. and 5,360 lbs. respectively.