This review would pertain to Itasca Reyo 25T and Winnebago Via 25T which are identical except in name. Ours is a 2012, so some of the negatives would be due to age. The Itasca's were made through the 2016 model year and the Winnebago's through 2018. The house portion consisting of seating area, galley, bathroom and bedroom are made by Winnebago. The Sprinter 3500 dually chassis which is 25' 6" long and 11030 pounds, the turbo-diesel engine and cab are made by Mercedes-Benz. Almost any maintenance and repairs of the Mercedes-Benz portion are expensive. Mechanical failures in the 4 1/2 years we've owned it have been the cab A/C, DEF system, Nox sensors, windshield wiper system, Macpherson struts, electronic steps, chassis battery (twice) and although they haven't failed yet, we read many of these RV's are having problems with wheel sensors. Driving the RV is good except the chassis wobbles over uneven surfaces. To fix this problem with stabilizers presents problems with becoming overweight. So, we live with it rather than being overweight. Truly, the expense and failure rate of the mechanical parts make us regret our purchase although the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis is highly desired by many RVers. Being a small Class A body type, visibility from the cab is excellent. The Winnebago house portion is very good although with some design flaws in our opinion. The cabin captain's chairs fully rotate integrating them with the sofa for a great living room that accommodates 4 people. The OEM table is ridiculously heavy and we've replaced it with more versatile TV tables that can also be used outside. The TV in the living area is on a slide mechanism that is very useful! Unfortunately, the sofa (which is on the only slide) can't be turned into a bed because the round sink area extends too far into the living area from the galley area. This means that this RV can sleep only 2. There is storage under the sofa instead. (The rounded sink was removed in the 2017-2018 Via's, and a sofa bed was added increasing sleeping capacity to 4 in those two years.) The galley has the aforementioned sink, two-burner propane stove, convection microwave and excellent 3-way refrigerator. The negative is the poor quality laminate counter tops which are also in the bathroom. The bedroom has two narrow twin beds. Too narrow for us and we fixed this by making the entire bedroom area into a permanent king bed! There is also a small TV in the bedroom. The bathroom is adequate and has a Fantastic Fan. Storage inside and out is very good! There is an upgraded Cummins diesel generator (propane is standard.) However, there have been two expensive generator failures - motherboard and sensor which have totaled $1600. Our Reyo comes equiped with a driver's door which is very useful! When the driver's door is not optioned it is usually replaced by an electronic bed over the cab chairs which is good too. Parking, whether in a campground or parking lot is easy. The unit takes up less than 2 regular parking spots.