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Winnebago Introduces Minnie Winnie Class C Line

By: On: Wednesday September 19 2012

2014 Minnie Winnie 31KWith an eye on providing consumers with value-priced motorhomes, Winnebago has re-introduced the iconic Minnie Winnie name in a Class C product line with a targeted MSRP starting around $60,000.

Making its debut at the Winnebago Industries Dealer Open House this week in Elkhart, Ind. is the Minnie Winnie 31K. The Minnie Winnie will be available in four floorplans in lengths ranging from 25-31 feet. The 31K floorplan displayed offers a large u-shaped dinette, full-featured galley, a 32-inch LCD TV, flexible sleeping options, and impressive storage including a large rear trunk.

“We’re providing an introductory peak at the 2014 Minnie Winnie to our dealers at both our Open House and the upcoming RVDA Convention. This product will also be available in the new Itasca Spirit line,” says Scott Degnan, Winnebago Industries’ vice president of sales and product management. “The new 31K Minnie Winnie and Spirit are value-packed and perfect for entry-level buyers or for rental applications.

“Everything about the Minnie Winnie says Winnebago quality with a great looking product with a lot of features for the price,” says Steve Flagg, Flagg RV, North Smithfield, RI. “In fact, I just picked up a 2011 used Class C at auction for the same price the Minnie Winnie comes in at brand new! As an Itasca dealer, I’m looking forward to getting the new Spirit on our lot.”

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