Winnebago RV Reviews
Combining the automotive performance of a luxury vehicle with the amenities and style of a first-class RV, the 2012 Winnebago View Class C Motorhome has it all.
If you’re an RV enthusiast who appreciates a finer way of travelling, you’ll want to take the 2011 Winnebago Adventurer Class A Motorhome out for a test drive.
The 2011 Winnebago Access Premier Class C Motorhome is designed to make living on the road easy and fun.
When you want a motorhome that makes you feel as good as it looks, take the 2010 Winnebago Aspect Class C out for a test ride.
Winnebago’s new design on the very popular Dodge Sprinter chassis gives you a full-size bed and six seat belts.
One of the things that has made the Sightseer a long-term seller for Winnebago is its ability to look like it's bigger and better than it is. The interior material and color schemes are nicely co-coordinated and the unit features all the amenities that any buyer would expect in this price range or higher.
We enjoyed the View, found it drove easily and with a few exceptions thought the design was one of the better ones we’ve seen. Built on a Dodge Sprinter chassis and featuring a 2.7L diesel engine, the View is economical on gas and fairly easy to handle.
Built on the Ford E450 chassis, the 27-foot Winnebago Aspect is set up to appeal to a couple. Young or older, either way this floorplan is best suited to two travelers.
The State of Louisiana was the venue for our most recent road trip, where we tested the 2004 Winnebago Adventurer 35U.
I took the Sightseer and my family through the American Heartland for my road test. For nine days and 1,000 miles we took in the sights and more - with the 2004 30B Sightseer.