2014 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 25B Class C RVs Reviews (1)
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Rick Fritz from Washington says:

We bought this motorhome because of the GM chassis with 324hp engine and HD 6 speed transmission with automatic grade braking and 5k tow pkg for our J

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We bought this motorhome because of the GM chassis with 324hp engine and HD 6 speed transmission with automatic grade braking and 5k tow pkg for our Jeep. We added a spare tire, MaxxAir vent covers for hail protection, electric hot water, AVS Bug Guard and Sewer Solution gray-black water system. We really like this floorplan making slides unnecessary. We traveled light so we always had to raise front to level RV. It has a huge cargo bay, large enough for spare tire to sit upright. The electric bay is also large. ALL utility hook ups are on left side in middle third making RV park connections easy. Driving and handling were excellent. On downside: Dinette is typical low back uncomfortable boat cushion design. Lack of 12v fridge operation while traveling. Nasty Panasonic in-dash Radio system unusable while driving as requires stopping to adjust or change stations, cute but dysfunctional in any RV as totally not ergonomic. Small lettering with tiny grey lettering on grey or black background. Shower skylight was designed too large, thermal expansion contraction, 100+ during day to 20s at night caused sealant separation at all 4 corners. Overall nice unit, good OEM products, quality control during construction was FAIR as electric bay was not caulked, 3 drawers needed glides reset, furnace ducting had to be unkinked, water system drains needed to be relocated for freefall of water. Workers where in a hurry, so craftsmanship was NOT their goal.
- Rick Fritz, Washington

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