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By: On: Tuesday February 27 2018

Best Class C Motorhomes of 2018

We’ve put together a list of five of the best Class C motorhomes for 2018 to help get you started as you shop for a family motorhome.

A Class C motorhome is pretty easy to spot thanks to its cab-over chassis design. These motorhomes are built on a commercial truck cab frame, or what was commonly called a box van. These may be the most popular motorhome on the road today thanks in part to ease of driving and lower costs to get into the motorhome initially.

Being built on the same basic frame and drivetrain as today’s popular rental moving trucks, anyone can drive a Class C motorhome. They’re lower in initial costs than bigger motorhomes, like the Class A models, too. Their construction tends to give them a higher value down the road a way, too. A nice point for those worried about resale value and loan rates. Here are some of the best Class C motorhomes coming to dealer lots this year.

By: On: Wednesday May 17 2017

Best Class C Motorhomes

For most of us, the classic shape of a motorhome is the Class C. These vacation masters are built on a heavy truck or van frame and have the distinctive bunk over the cab. They tend to be a bit smaller than the Class A motorhomes, but offer no less luxury. They often prove to be better handling machines for those unfamiliar with driving a motorhome and are the choice for RV rental businesses. These mighty machines hold their value well and open a whole new door to adventure and relaxation. Here are five of the best Class C Motorhomes you can find for under $100,000.

By: On: Tuesday December 1 2015

Winnebago Fuse

Winnebago is showcasing its lineup of motorhomes and trailers at the 2015 National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. this week .

“We cannot wait to share our newest product lineup at Louisville,” said Vice President of Sales and Product Management Scott Degnan. “The products in our display are some of the most dynamic we have ever built and further ensure our industry leading strength.”

By: On: Wednesday December 5 2012

Winnebago RVIA ShowWinnebago Industries unveiled a number of RVs at the 50th Annual Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 27-29.

“Our motorized and towable lineups at this year’s RVIA National Trade Show were phenomenal,” says Winnebago Industries’ Chairman of the Board, CEO and President Randy Potts. “Not only did we show some of our hottest floorplans, but also a number of concepts were shown in order to gauge dealer response. What we heard was positive and armed with this information – we are going to continue to take Winnebago Industries in exciting new directions that will meet and exceed the needs and demands of today’s RVers.”

Highlights of the Company’s motorized division included:

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 25B

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie unveiled a new 25B floorplan at the show. Winnebago feels this value-priced coach is perfect for consumers just entering the RV lifestyle or experienced RVers seeking a great value. With a rear corner bed and bath, the front of the coach offers a dinette with opposing sofa/sleeper. An overhead bunk provides yet another place to sleep at night, while the galley is mid-coach.

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.




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