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Itasca RV Reviews

The Itasca motorhome line was introduced in 1975 by Winnebago Industries. Like Winnebago, Itasca produces Class C and Class motorhomes, but with a unique style. Itasca motorhomes are built at the Winnebago factory in Forest City, Iowa.

Recent Itasca RV Reviews

2016 Itasca Cambria 27K Review

2016 Itasca Cambria 27K Review

Featuring residential design and quality furniture, the Itasca Cambria proves that high-end design doesn’t always come with a high-end price.
2014 Itasca Viva! 23B Review

2014 Itasca Viva! 23B Review

Light on fuel and efficient with space, the 2014 Itasca Viva! is built for long adventures.
2014 Itasca Solei 38R Review

2014 Itasca Solei 38R Review

Built on a Freightliner XCS straight-rail chassis and powered by a 340 hp Cummins diesel engine, the Itasca Solei is willing to flex its muscles.

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2014 Winnebago Journey and Itasca Meridian Preview

2014 Winnebago Journey and Itasca Meridian Preview

2014 Winnebago Journey and Itasca Meridian PreviewWinnebago Industries has unveiled its 2014 Winnebago Journey and Itasca Meridian product lines. Each model features Corian solid-surface countertops and backsplashes, coffee-glazed hardwood cabinetry and Ultraleather furniture. As well, these models are built on a Freightliner Maxum Chassis with a lowered rail design that offers more storage ? up to 246 cubic feet. Highlights ?...
2014 Winnebago Adventurer and Itasca Suncruiser Preview

2014 Winnebago Adventurer and Itasca Suncruiser Preview

2014 Winnebago Adventurer and Itasca Suncruiser PreviewThe 2014 Winnebago Adventurer and Itasca Suncruiser are available in four floorplans, including the new triple slideout 38Q with multiple HDTVs and a front lounge with sectional sofa. As Winnebago Industries’ flagship Class A gas coach, these are feature-rich motorhomes. Ultraleather furniture, MCD solar/blackout roller shades, and LED lighting are all standard. A restyled front cap,...
Winnebago Debuts New Itasca Solei Motorhome

Winnebago Debuts New Itasca Solei Motorhome

Winnebago Debuts New Itasca Solei MotorhomeWinnebago showed off its new Itasca Solei motorhome in front of hundreds of RVers at the Family Motor Coach Association’s (FCMA) Gillette 2013 Family Reunion in Gillette, Wyo. this past weekend. The all-new Solei features a Freightliner XCS straight-rail chassis featuring a 340-hp Cummins diesel engine coupled with a six-speed Allison transmission. Inside, the Solei...

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  • Garry Hibbard
    As an owner of a 2016 Axis 24.1 just wanted to bring out a few things about my ownership experience. So far this has been the best motorhome I have ever owned (5) A types Travco,El Capitan, Axis; C type Four Winds; B+ type Telstar. This motorhome had 2 issues when I picked it up, the dash air did not work, and the direction control knob in the dash was broken, both fixed within a week. In the first 5000 miles electric side of hot water heater quit, 12 volt power outlet in dash went dead and ground fault system lost power. All fixed with one call to camping world and one visit. I have put 6000 miles on unit and have averaged 9.71 mpg, this includes 412 hrs. on generator. My wife and I bought this unit as a perfect fit for the two of us; but have had as many as 6 people on trips and the layout of this unit made it the perfect way to go. The isle side of the bathroom wall being made up of two doors is great, makes changing room, bathroom, sound separation from front and back, great idea. Three 32" televisions all able to be used at the same time, front, back, and outside. In closing just wanted to add that the reason I have put a little over 6000 miles on my unit in less than a year is the ease this things drives, I have found myself driving this unit much more often and many more places than any motorhome I have ever owned because it is just so easy to drive. If you are in the market for a new motorhome I hope you find a match for your travel as great as this unit has been for my wife and I. PS The people at Camping World in Fairfield, Ohio have been great both in making purchase and taking care of any issues. Wishing You Great Camping Garry
  • ron scuderi
    what is the main difference between the compass and the gemini?
  • Sadie
    We have spent some time at RV shows and I can definitely undarstend the confusion. We have what we want in mind but i'm sure if it really came down to buying it we would be wondering, second guessing, and having trouble deciding too. So many great choices.I agree, with lots of kids, you'll want bunks and good stow away beds to give yourselves plenty of room during the day. Pop outs are great for the extra room.Storage is essential. Make sure there is plenty of storage. Good luck on your decision. You will find the right one.Tawnee recently posted an amazing article