Winnebago Fuse


by Kristopher Bunker
January 27, 2016
Filed under MotorHome Blog, Motorhomes, RV News


Winnebago’s all-new Fuse is the company’s first model built on the Ford Transit diesel cutaway chassis and has been designed to offer superior handling, visibility and road manners. Your choice of one of three engines — including a 185-horsepower 3.2-liter diesel engine (23T) — and a 6-speed automatic transmission make for smooth sailing, while the Fuse’s relatively compact size promotes easy maneuverability. But don’t let its size fool you; the Fuse packs in all the amenities expected in rigs larger than its 24-foot footprint. Laminate countertops and a decorative backsplash with indirect lighting couple with LED lighting to help set the mood in the interior, which can be selected with dual twin beds (23A) or a single queen (23T). Both floorplans feature additional sleeping positions up front. A 32-inch TV is standard in the living area. The lav features a retractable shower screen and fiberglass sink molded into the countertop. Outside, the Fuse has lighted storage compartments and an optional bike rack. MSRP starts at $95,000.

Winnebago | 641-585-3535 |


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