Winnebago recently revealed its redesigned Class A Tour for 2011. This
Class A diesel coach has a new look that includes a high-end exterior
design, new floorplans and new features like an available Maytag
residential French-door refrigerator with freezer drawer.
“For 2011, we’ve taken the Winnebago Tour to the next level in
design, innovation and eye appeal,” said Winnebago Industries Vice
President of Sales and Marketing Roger Martin. “Our diesel offerings are
creating quite a stir as evidenced by our Class A diesel market share
increase in calendar 2010 and with the new design of the Tour, this
coach is poised to reach even greater heights. The exterior design
brings a new level of styling refinement that is equally matched on the
inside with new dash designs, furniture styling and the all new 42QD
floorplans. This coach is going to set the standard in the diesel
The Tour is built on the Maxim Freightliner chassis with the 400-hp
ISL 8.9-liter pre-2010 emissions Cummins engine (450-hp Cummins 2010
emissions equipped diesel engine beginning fall 2010). The flagship
coach features new chrome exterior mirrors that include cameras and turn
signals, new rear cap styling and a new cab that was designed to
provide ergonomics, comfort and visibility for the driver and passenger.
The new triple-slide 42QD Tour features a dual-zone floorplan that
provides easy viewing of the 40-inch LCD TV — especially when sitting on
the company’s Rest Easy Extendable Sectional Sofa. Other highlights of
this floorplan include a pull-out island for additional countertop
space, and a modern office module design that includes an optional Euro
Recliner, pull-up table and laptop storage. This bath-and-a-half
floorplan also offers an adjustable, electric king bed, dual wardrobes
and a retractable 32-inch LCD in the rear of the motorhome.
“The new 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD is the hottest thing on the
market,” said Kevin Bostrom, regional vice president for Camping World.
“The exterior, especially the front cap, is gorgeous, and the inside
provides plenty of space and livability. Honestly, we fell in love with
it when we saw it! Customers are going to get a lot of coach for the
money with the new Tour.”
The Tour completes its 2011 lineup with two 40-foot floorplans and a
tag-axle 42AD. The triple-slide, side-aisle 40BD floorplan features the
RestEasy Extendable Sectional Sofa, large 40-inch LCD TV and front
gourmet-ready galley. The bedroom features a wardrobe across the full
width of the coach and a queen size powered bed or optional king-size
bed for optimal TV viewing of the 32-inch LCD TV.
The 40CD floorplan offers a driver’s side full-wall slide, a bath
and a half design, and a multitude of dining and seating options in the
front of the coach. A half-bath is located mid-coach behind the galley
area, while the master bathroom is positioned in the rear of the coach.
The bedroom also includes spacious his and her wardrobes and a
retractable 32-inch LCD TV.
The popular 42AD tag-axle floorplan also offers seating for seven
with an extendable sectional sofa and an opposing Rest Easy sofa for the
ideal layout for entertaining. Additional features include 40-inch LCD
TV with surround sound, premium UltraLeather seating, forward, fully
equipped galley, spacious bedroom featuring a walk around king bed and
“With the new 2011 Tour, each floorplan is unique and unlike
anything a customer will find elsewhere,” said Martin. “Add in the
standard features and available options, and the Tour is truly a home
away from home that will take you to any destination in style.”
For more information on the Tour, visit www.gowinnebago.com.