Master Class: Winnebago’s new Paseo 48P

By Chris Hemer
March 29, 2017

  You really can have it all in a small motorhome The more you think about our changing world, with its crowded cities, highways and vacation hot spots, the more the European model for a motorhome begins to make sense. They’re designed for narrow roads, all-weather conditions and small families... Read more »

The Classic Ride: Road Warrior

By Ann Eichenmuller
February 28, 2017

  A Class C Winnebago remains one couple’s motorhome of choice after more than 25 years This article is part of a continuing series looking at motorhomes that have stood the test of time. They may have miles under their wheels, but they can still make dreams come true. Each has earned the right... Read more »

Firestarter

By Chris Hemer
September 26, 2016

  The New Winnebago Fuse Class C burns diesel and sparks imagination The word “fuse” carries a variety of connotations. To most, it is something in an electrical circuit that prevents overloads. To some, it can recall something dangerous, like the time your childhood friend applied the hot... Read more »

Winnebago Fuse

by Kristopher Bunker
January 27, 2016

  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... Read more »

Escape Vehicle

By Chris Hemer
January 27, 2016

  When you want to get away in style, the Winnebago Sightseer provides the space and features for families large and small Finding a Class A motorhome that speaks to your emotional and practical sides isn’t always as easy as it seems. Often, a motorhome that seems large enough for everyone really... Read more »

Itasca Sunova 35G

By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Great livability both on and off the road makes this triple-slide coach a good choice for entertaining family and friends   At some point when shopping for a Class A motorhome, the inevitable question will be raised: Gas or diesel? From a financial standpoint, it used to be a pretty cut-and-dried... Read more »

Retro ’Bago: The Brow is Back … Again

by Chris Hemer
December 23, 2014

  Winnebago has just introduced its new Brave 31C floorplan sporting the legendary “eyebrow” design. Offered in three floorplans in both the Winnebago Brave and Itasca Tribute lines, this retro coach is loaded with all of the modern conveniences you’d expect in a contemporary motorhome. The... Read more »

Era 70C

By Donya Carlson
December 23, 2014

  Winnebago’s turnkey Touring Coach for two offers up lots of packing space and is the first with a slideout I admit to being a chronic over-packer. When it’s time to load up the RV for a trip, my theory is “Why not bring it?” — especially when there’s space — because it could very... Read more »

Vista 36Y

By Bob Livingston
November 21, 2014

  Belly up to the bar — kitchen bar that is — and Winnebago’s entry-level Class A gasser will serve up easy living   A favorite place to congregate in a home is the kitchen. If there’s an island counter, it’s hard to get anyone to leave, especially if there’s room for a few stools.... Read more »

Return of the Brave

June 19, 2014

  The Winnebago Brave symbolizes motorhome travel during the ’60s and ’70s, and for those of you who long for those golden years, you’ll be happy to know that the Brave is back. Sort of. Like the current generation Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, the Winnebago Brave and its... Read more »

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