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Jeff Lieber

California, USA

Reviewed on May 19, 2024

RV reviewed 1994 Winnebago Adventurer 34D view listing

5.0
Absolutely fantastic RV! The 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C has exceeded all my expectations. From its classic design to its reliable performance, this RV has everything I need for a comfortable and enjoyable journey. The spacious interior is thoughtfully designed, providing ample storage and a...read more
Absolutely fantastic RV! The 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C has exceeded all my expectations. From its classic design to its reliable performance, this RV has everything I need for a comfortable and enjoyable journey. The spacious interior is thoughtfully designed, providing ample storage and a cozy living area that makes long trips a breeze. The kitchen is well-equipped, and the bathroom facilities are surprisingly roomy for an RV of this age. Driving the Adventurer is a pleasure; it's smooth on the road and handles well, making even the longest drives feel manageable. The build quality is exceptional, and despite its age, everything works perfectly. It's clear that Winnebago's craftsmanship stands the test of time. I've taken this RV on numerous adventures, and it never disappoints. For anyone looking for a dependable, well-built RV with a touch of nostalgic charm, the 1994 Winnebago Adventurer Class C is a top choice. Highly recommended!
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Phillip

Texas, USA

Reviewed on April 11, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Winnebago Adventurer 27N view listing

5.0
The Winnebago Adventurer is packed with user friendly features and more value than ever before. If you prefer a gas coach but want diesel level amenities at a terrific value, this rv is for you! This floorplan offers plenty of living space in a smaller size coach. This RV is loaded with features...read more
The Winnebago Adventurer is packed with user friendly features and more value than ever before. If you prefer a gas coach but want diesel level amenities at a terrific value, this rv is for you! This floorplan offers plenty of living space in a smaller size coach. This RV is loaded with features and amenities typically reserved for diesel pushers including full body paint with chrome mirrors, Corian countertops in the galley, UltraFabrics covered furnishings, Versa swivel drivers seat, MCD solar, blackout roller shades, and much more! America’s best selling class A gas floorplan triple slideouts, and StudioLoft Bed in the luxurious Adventurer model!
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Christina Kearney

Louisiana, USA

Reviewed on April 8, 2024

RV reviewed 2005 Winnebago Adventurer 35A view listing

5.0
First time owners who were a little intimidated about “operations” but found this bad boy basically runs itself. All the hookups were super easy and we bought 3 new batteries which were easy to hookup. The RV is far more spacious than we thought it would be. It’s like a small condo on wheels....read more
First time owners who were a little intimidated about “operations” but found this bad boy basically runs itself. All the hookups were super easy and we bought 3 new batteries which were easy to hookup. The RV is far more spacious than we thought it would be. It’s like a small condo on wheels. It drives on now, but we’re buying a seat bar ($300) because everyone says it makes driving 10x easier. We spent 30min in the mall parking lot learning how to take the curves and even parallel park and then we HIT THE ROAD!!!!
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Corinna Fisher

West Virginia, USA

Reviewed on February 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2010 Winnebago Adventurer view listing

5.0
This is an amazing RV. It is reliable and beautiful. I could live in this RV . But we have a seasonal park and we can only stay from April to October. It is a well built home. It is real wood. And they didn't skimp an quality. It is pretty quiet going down the road. And it has plenty of power to...read more
This is an amazing RV. It is reliable and beautiful. I could live in this RV . But we have a seasonal park and we can only stay from April to October. It is a well built home. It is real wood. And they didn't skimp an quality. It is pretty quiet going down the road. And it has plenty of power to pull a vehicle behind and get down the road .
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David

Reviewed on September 18, 2023

RV reviewed 1997 Winnebago Adventurer 35A view listing

4.8
We fully remodeled the interior, plank flooring, upholstery, window treatments, shades, counter tops sinks dvd faucets. It is better than new. We just returned from 4000 Mike trip to pacific coast and back. Not a single hic cup the entire trip. Drives smooth and easy Discovered we can run a/c...read more
We fully remodeled the interior, plank flooring, upholstery, window treatments, shades, counter tops sinks dvd faucets. It is better than new. We just returned from 4000 Mike trip to pacific coast and back. Not a single hic cup the entire trip. Drives smooth and easy Discovered we can run a/c on just 20 amps.
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Cathy

Reviewed on September 3, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Winnebago Adventurer 33C view listing

4.8
Great to live in , lots of storage, includes washer & dryer. Handles well driving and parking. Shower large enough for a shower chair. Must sell as can no longer travel. Sleeps 6. Everything is in working...read more
Great to live in , lots of storage, includes washer & dryer. Handles well driving and parking. Shower large enough for a shower chair. Must sell as can no longer travel. Sleeps 6. Everything is in working order.
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Don Schmidt

Reviewed on April 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 Winnebago Adventurer 38Q view listing

2.2
Bought this M/H in 2017 when it was 1 year old from Mesa RV in Phoenex AZ. 9000 miles on it. Imported it to Canada. Probably didn't save any money but there were no similar RV's in Canada to look at. Since then the hydraulic jack system had to be replaced, the 2 large slides quite working costing...read more
Bought this M/H in 2017 when it was 1 year old from Mesa RV in Phoenex AZ. 9000 miles on it. Imported it to Canada. Probably didn't save any money but there were no similar RV's in Canada to look at. Since then the hydraulic jack system had to be replaced, the 2 large slides quite working costing thousands of dollars to repair, the air conditioning on the engine had to be replaced, and now one of the engine cylinders is low on compression. Repair estimates are from $12,000.00 to $20,000.00. Never buy another Winnebago with a ford V10 engine.
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Humberto Gonzalez

Michigan

Reviewed on June 28, 2022

RV reviewed 2021 Winnebago Adventurer 36Z view listing

5.0
Great experience driving the Ford Chassis on this comfortable movable living space - great option to travel with the family and having the amenities that you can have at home - highly recommend- Winnebago is a great brand and this particular model has the right level of engineering on the layout...read more
Great experience driving the Ford Chassis on this comfortable movable living space - great option to travel with the family and having the amenities that you can have at home - highly recommend- Winnebago is a great brand and this particular model has the right level of engineering on the layout and accessories
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Arthur Levene

Florida

Reviewed on March 6, 2022

RV reviewed 2015 Winnebago Adventurer 35P view listing

3.4
From our first long trip, we have had nothing but troubles with Winnebago. The long slide motor broke and the slide was stuck partially open. They wanted us to drive it across a bridge and on highways to make it to their repair shop. They refused to put us up in a hotel while the repairs were...read more
From our first long trip, we have had nothing but troubles with Winnebago. The long slide motor broke and the slide was stuck partially open. They wanted us to drive it across a bridge and on highways to make it to their repair shop. They refused to put us up in a hotel while the repairs were being made. Five years later, the same thing happened again, but we were camping in North Florida. Winnebago refused any sort of warranty service but admitted that the slide track and motor were failing in many cases and would need to be replaced with an upgrade, to the tune of $6000. They also failed to mention that a roller under the sink portion of the slide was never installed. Separately, the leveling jacks stopped working on several occasions. Each time we brought it in for service to an "accredited" Winnebago shop, they swore they fixed the problem. Eventually, I learned from a mechanic, that the system was losing fluid and that all I needed to do was monitor the fluid level, and replace it when it ran down. I will not recommend Winnebago to other RVers.
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Daniel Hagenow

Wisconsin

Reviewed on November 3, 2021

RV reviewed 2021 Winnebago Adventurer 35F view listing

4.0
Love this coach and floorplan but we are greatly disappointed that there is an issue with the AdvanceTrac warning light that appears randomly which disables the cruise control. Apparently this is a common issue with the new F53 chassis. I've had my coach in to a truck service center for the...read more
Love this coach and floorplan but we are greatly disappointed that there is an issue with the AdvanceTrac warning light that appears randomly which disables the cruise control. Apparently this is a common issue with the new F53 chassis. I've had my coach in to a truck service center for the problem and was told there is no fix to the issue at this time. I just don't understand why Ford hasn't found a remedy for the problem by now.
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