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4.8
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4.9
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4.8
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4.8
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3.4

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Tina Glock

Reviewed on August 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Vista 35F view listing

5.0
This model boast a lot of extras that make it such a great motorhome. Having the additional 1/2 bath in the living room came in handy! You are able to use the bathroom while traveling without having to open slides or jump over the master bed to get to the rear bathroom. It’s also great for guests so t... read more
This model boast a lot of extras that make it such a great motorhome. Having the additional 1/2 bath in the living room came in handy! You are able to use the bathroom while traveling without having to open slides or jump over the master bed to get to the rear bathroom. It’s also great for guests so that they can use it without having to have them go through the bedroom to use the restroom. The elevated toilets are also a plus! The rear master bath is the entire width of the motorhome so you have plenty of space to get in and out of the shower and there is still plenty of extra room. The expandable sofa is great because you can leave it to allow for more space in the living room or you can expand it to allow for more seating. This model has black out roller shades with an additional shade on top of that, it’s great for keeping the heat out or keeping the light out when you want too. The master bedroom has plenty of cabinetry and drawers for all your things. The master bed has nightstands on both sides and you can walk all the way around the bed. The coach seats swivel to face the living room as added seats. It has 2 A/C units so you can run either or both
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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John G Root Jr

Reviewed on January 5, 2023

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Via 25R view listing

4.4
We bought this tiny 25’ Class A in 2018 because it is built on a Sprinter chassis and gets 15 mpg if you keep your highway speed to 60 mph. Since diesel is so expensive we didn’t feel we would want to travel much at 6 to 8 mpg of a regular sized Class A. It is a Winnebago which means the qualit... read more
We bought this tiny 25’ Class A in 2018 because it is built on a Sprinter chassis and gets 15 mpg if you keep your highway speed to 60 mph. Since diesel is so expensive we didn’t feel we would want to travel much at 6 to 8 mpg of a regular sized Class A. It is a Winnebago which means the quality is good, although the red decals deteriorated on the side facing the sun when parked. I removed them with an eraser wheel on my drill. Tedious but effective. We got this floor plan because it had the biggest kitchen and wardrobe. It is livable. We were happy with the amenities for our three months trip last winter to Marci Gras and the Florida Keys. It drives great. Very comfortable, I have made numerous upgrades such as hydraulic levelers and diesel heater for the water compartment, 1000 watt inverter, upgraded kitchen sink faucet, extra battery for my wife’s CPAP machine when we are not plugged in. We like it. And by the way ALWAYS do the recommended service. With 120,000 miles on it we have only needed the front suspension renewed besides brakes and tires and the usual. We’re good for the next 120000 miles. You’ll likely be happy with a Via
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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John G Root Jr

Massachusetts

Reviewed on April 11, 2022

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Via 25R view listing

4.6
The reason to like the VIA is that it is built on the Mercedes Sprinter Chassis and so gets very good gas mileage. 15 mpg in regular use is a reasonable expectation, although driving all day at 70 drops it to 14mpg. Towing a car is 13 mpg. The VIA 25 R is a great big little motorhome. The full wall slide m... read more
The reason to like the VIA is that it is built on the Mercedes Sprinter Chassis and so gets very good gas mileage. 15 mpg in regular use is a reasonable expectation, although driving all day at 70 drops it to 14mpg. Towing a car is 13 mpg. The VIA 25 R is a great big little motorhome. The full wall slide makes it very roomy inside and the big closet gives the feeling and space of a much larger motorhome. Not having a walk-around bed could be a drawback for some people. There is also a large compartment outside that has our ladder, folding table, flat chairs and beach umbrella plus my toolbox, sealants, and fluids. The compartments under the slide-out have plenty of room for everything else. There is a drop-down double bed over the cab, and the couch is also a bed. The driver and passenger seats swivel, it has a big tv. We have traveled with our son and his wife and two small fry all sleeping comfortably. That is two couples and 2 kids. We have had 9 people watching tv. so it is not too small for entertaining. A three month trip is easy!
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4.0
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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John Watkins

Florida

Reviewed on February 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD view listing

4.2
I do not know the seller nor have I seen their MH in person but 3 years ago, my wife and I purchased a 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD from a private seller in Ga. We absolutely could not be happier with the purchase. We chose this model based on the floor plan, TV placement, extra 1/2 bath. We have been on the road... read more
I do not know the seller nor have I seen their MH in person but 3 years ago, my wife and I purchased a 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD from a private seller in Ga. We absolutely could not be happier with the purchase. We chose this model based on the floor plan, TV placement, extra 1/2 bath. We have been on the road as long as 7 weeks and have a 9 week trip planned this summer. We have also been on short 2 day trips. After 5 hours behind the wheel, I became very comfortable with the drive and maneuverability. We towed a 30' car hauler trailer with my 68 Camaro (72' overall) from Central Florida to Sturgis, SD last year. The cameras and the HP made it a non issue. We also flat tow a Dodge Laramie and you literally cannot tell it is back there. In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with this make and model.
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5.0
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5.0
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bonnie

Florida

Reviewed on May 24, 2021

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Journey 34Y view listing

4.6
Winnebago Journey is a well made Diesel Pusher with high quality seating and excellent fit and finish. Cabinetry is well made and has held up very well in our 10 year coach. This coach handles well on mountain roads and the comfort is excellent.... read more
Winnebago Journey is a well made Diesel Pusher with high quality seating and excellent fit and finish. Cabinetry is well made and has held up very well in our 10 year coach. This coach handles well on mountain roads and the comfort is excellent.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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georgestarksells

Florida

Reviewed on February 21, 2021

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Journey 40U view listing

5.0
This is a wonderful comfortable riding coach. We've had many family trips in it. It is very comfortable in all weather. Having a full laundry on board is very helpful have even done wash driving down the road. I like the fact we can use it on electric only and have all the luxuries of home or you could pick p... read more
This is a wonderful comfortable riding coach. We've had many family trips in it. It is very comfortable in all weather. Having a full laundry on board is very helpful have even done wash driving down the road. I like the fact we can use it on electric only and have all the luxuries of home or you could pick propane.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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donaldvonk

Michigan

Reviewed on February 16, 2021

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD view listing

5.0
THIS WINNEBAGO TOUR MODEL IS 5 STAR IN ALL ASPECTS. TRAVELS LIKE RIDING ON A CLOUD, EASY STEERING WITH UNIQUE FRONT SUSPENSION. NO ARM OR NECK FATIGUE! COMFORTABLE SEAT AND DRIVER INTERFACE WITH ALL CONTROLS. THE SLIDE OPEN FLOOR PLAN ALLOWS GREAT LIVING SPACE AND COMFORT. THREE ROOF AC/HEAT IS COMFORTABLE WH... read more
THIS WINNEBAGO TOUR MODEL IS 5 STAR IN ALL ASPECTS. TRAVELS LIKE RIDING ON A CLOUD, EASY STEERING WITH UNIQUE FRONT SUSPENSION. NO ARM OR NECK FATIGUE! COMFORTABLE SEAT AND DRIVER INTERFACE WITH ALL CONTROLS. THE SLIDE OPEN FLOOR PLAN ALLOWS GREAT LIVING SPACE AND COMFORT. THREE ROOF AC/HEAT IS COMFORTABLE WHEN OUTSIDE TEMPS ARE ABOVE 37 DEGREES. USE AQUA HOT HEATER IN COLD WEATHER OR TO TAKE THE CHILL OFF IN TOTAL QUIETNESS. THE AIR NUMBER BED IS VERY COMFORATBLE. TOWING MY FORD FOCUS WITH SUCH EASE THAT NEED TO LOOK INTO REARVIEW CAMERA TO SEE IF IT IS THERE. GREAT POWER FOR HILL CLIMBS WITH THE 450hp CUMMINS DIESEL. I HAVE OWNED 4 RV'S AND THIS ONE IS CLEARLY THE BEST OVERALL AND FOR QUALITY PLUS PERFORMANCE AND MUCH LESS MAINTENANCE.QUALITY, DURABILITY AND RELIABILITY IS ALL THE BEST THERE IS.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Rich Hollander

New York

Reviewed on January 6, 2021

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Access Premier 31NP view listing

4.4
The Winnebago Access Premier 31NP is a great RV. It's very comfortable and easy to drive. The V10 motor has ample power. It's our home away from home. We've had no issues with it since purchasing it. We've taken it all over the country.... read more
The Winnebago Access Premier 31NP is a great RV. It's very comfortable and easy to drive. The V10 motor has ample power. It's our home away from home. We've had no issues with it since purchasing it. We've taken it all over the country.
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Dave Bowers

Virginia

Reviewed on July 8, 2020

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Tour 42QD view listing

5.0
This rig is amazing! The ride is smooth and the 450hp takes mountain roads and passes like nothing. Winnebago service is always available to answer any questions and if they do not know, they give you a number to call for that item that was installed. Wow! As for the floor plan it is like having a home. Will... read more
This rig is amazing! The ride is smooth and the 450hp takes mountain roads and passes like nothing. Winnebago service is always available to answer any questions and if they do not know, they give you a number to call for that item that was installed. Wow! As for the floor plan it is like having a home. Will stay with Winnebago to downsize
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Ed Gnip Sr

Maryland

Reviewed on February 13, 2020

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Access Premier 26QP view listing

4.6
Love this rv, easy to drive, easy to set up. Sleeps 6 comfortably with a great kitchen and bath.The access premier is top of the line with cashmere seats and sofa, wood grain dash, surround sound speakers and two televisions.... read more
Love this rv, easy to drive, easy to set up. Sleeps 6 comfortably with a great kitchen and bath.The access premier is top of the line with cashmere seats and sofa, wood grain dash, surround sound speakers and two televisions.
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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