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By: On: Friday August 21 2015

Truma Combi

The Truma Combi furnace and water heater has caught the eye of Winnebago Industries and will now find its way into the Winnebago Travato 59G and 59K Class B motorhomes.

Truma says its combination of a forced air furnace with a water heater reduces space and weight. As well, Truma boasts that an efficient heat exchanger, along with elements such as tube-in-tube exhaust and intake, allows for over 90 percent efficiency, while the variable speed fan means near silent operation.

By: On: Monday June 15 2015

Winnebago Travato

Winnebago Industries, Inc. has surged to become the top manufacturer in Class B van retail sales for the year, according to information released by Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI).

Through April 2015 year-to-date results released by SSI, Winnebago’s Class B touring coaches are the leaders in the category with a 30.6 percent market share.

By: On: Friday April 10 2015

Winnebago Via

The burgeoning class of compact, fuel efficient motorhomes is being dominated by Winnebago, which has been aggressive in building new models.

According to Statistical Surveys, Inc., 5,441 motorhomes were retailed in the compact motorhome category in calendar 2014, 2,382 (43.8%) of which were Winnebago motorhomes. Since 2006, 27,939 have been retailed in the compact motorhome category, 13,750 (49.2%) of which were Winnebago products.

By: On: Thursday January 15 2015

Winnebago Brave

Winnebago is displaying a full complement of new 2015 products at the Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa, Fla. scheduled for January 14-18, 2015.

“We have continued to turn up the dial on new product development with many new floorplans making their retail show debut in Tampa,” says Winnebago Industries’ Chairman, CEO and President Randy Potts. “We have a great history as an innovator in the industry and we are excited to show off our newest innovations at the show.”

By: On: Wednesday November 27 2013

Winnebago Travato

Winnebago Industries, Inc. is planning to expand its manufacturing footprint to nearby Lake Mills, Iowa.

Winnebago and the city of Lake Mills have come to an agreement on the five-year lease of the 100,000-square-foot plant formerly owned and operated by Cummins Filtration. The Lake Mills facility will be used for the production of Winnebago’s Class B motorhomes; initially the new Travato model built on the Ram ProMaster chassis.

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