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4.6 (32 reviews)
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4.8
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4.8
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4.9
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4.8
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Bob Dumcum

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on February 12, 2024

RV reviewed 2012 Winnebago Aspect 30C view listing

4.2
We have continously had RVs of all types mostly new and some used for over 55 years. The feathers we especially like on this Aspect model "C" are: the size, Aspects come in two sizes, 29' 10.3" the larger 31' 9.9" C model. That extra length gives a 3rd slideout which really opens up the... read more
We have continously had RVs of all types mostly new and some used for over 55 years. The feathers we especially like on this Aspect model "C" are: the size, Aspects come in two sizes, 29' 10.3" the larger 31' 9.9" C model. That extra length gives a 3rd slideout which really opens up the walk a round space. Full body paint with clear coat really makes the unit shine and people can not believe the age it is. With just 17,150 miles it is almost a new truck. And the clear coat is in great shape. Chrome wheels add to the good looks. This unit has automatic leveler jacks which makes setup easy and level. The auxiliary air springs on the rear keeps the tail from sagging as you load gear and water. Extra length gives extra storage space inside and out. Beds for 6 people let you bring others. Heavy duty tow bar already there. There are more features we like but I am running out of typing space. We are selling due to our age.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Joel Rett

Reviewed on November 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2006 Winnebago Aspect 29H view listing

4.6
I previously owned a Class B RV and have rented several Class C models. The Winnebago Aspect has been the best overall RV experience. My usage has generally been traveling with one other person plus my 50lb best friend. The Aspect handles the road conditions like a dream and has plenty of power for mo... read more
I previously owned a Class B RV and have rented several Class C models. The Winnebago Aspect has been the best overall RV experience. My usage has generally been traveling with one other person plus my 50lb best friend. The Aspect handles the road conditions like a dream and has plenty of power for mountain passes. The layout for the galley and food prep counter space is better than any other Class C in this size range. The head has plenty of room and the queen bed provides all the support and room for a tall person. The rig has been exceptionally reliable and parts, wiring diagrams and other support from Winnebago's website is top-notch.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Tim Keppler

Reviewed on November 18, 2023

RV reviewed 2012 Winnebago Aspect 28T view listing

5.0
The Aspect 28T floor plan was only product 0ne year - 2012. This floorpan has 2 slides: one in the living area (usually for a U-shaped booth or a couch) and one in the bedroom for a 60" by 72" Queen bed. Our 28T had the u-shaped dinette and that is why I only gave it 4 stars. It was difficult to ... read more
The Aspect 28T floor plan was only product 0ne year - 2012. This floorpan has 2 slides: one in the living area (usually for a U-shaped booth or a couch) and one in the bedroom for a 60" by 72" Queen bed. Our 28T had the u-shaped dinette and that is why I only gave it 4 stars. It was difficult to get in and out of and trying to watch the TV which was located in a great place across from the booth, you just could not get comfortable. We cam up with a solution, however. We removed the booth, put down Luxury Vinyl Tile LVT)/ hardwood and installed Theatre seating that we purchased from Shop4seats.com. So, so much better.
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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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B.W. Odom

Reviewed on August 30, 2023

RV reviewed 2009 Winnebago Aspect 30C view listing

5.0
We have had 2 pull behinds, two 5'ers, a 40' Diesel pusher and now the Class C-- our last and our favorite. The Winnebago quality is what impressed us the most. Our rig was almost 10 years old when we bought it and it looked like new. Four years later it still looks like new. We get so many compliments ... read more
We have had 2 pull behinds, two 5'ers, a 40' Diesel pusher and now the Class C-- our last and our favorite. The Winnebago quality is what impressed us the most. Our rig was almost 10 years old when we bought it and it looked like new. Four years later it still looks like new. We get so many compliments on it. And the inside is just as sturdy. I am so impressed with how much Winnebago can fit into a defined space. At first I thought I could never go from a larger rig, but now I wouldn't go back! I can clean this thing in an hour or less. There is definitely some adapting to do if you are used to the larger footprint, but we added a screen tent plus we have the huge patio awning, so we expanded our footprint outdoors -- which is where we want to be when camping! The storage inside is really awesome -- at least for the two of us it has been fine. We added two storage ottomans but that's it. Hubby says he would like a bit more understorage, but that is one of the sacrifices we made. We tow a small SUV and all of the "clean" stuff that used to go under the rig simply goes in the back of the toad. We also realized how much useless stuff we were dragging along with us. My husband says it drives like a dream. And it is the first one I have ever felt totally comfortable driving. We tow with it and you don't even know anything is back there -- but you can see it with the rear monitor! And did I say it gets 15-16 mpg when towing!?! I don't even want to recall what our diesel pusher used to drink. We have had absolutely no issues with this rig other than expected wear and tear maintenance. No issues under the hood or in the living area. We have had several upgrades done (auto awning and larger AC unit since we live in the South) but that was all optional. We have always checked the National Highway Traffic Safety Institute (NHTSA) recall list before purchase any rig. This is the only one we have ever purchased that had experienced NO recalls. I don't mean recalls that had been taken care of before we bought it -- I mean NO recalls at all, ever. That says something to me. Some of the best things about it for me, since I do all the planning and navigating, is (1) I no longer have to plan detours around low clearances or fear backing that 40' bus down a mountain road! The 10'5" clearance gets us just about anywhere and U-turns are not an issue., nor are skinny/curvey roads. (2) I don't have to plan ahead for fuel stops since we can use regular gas and fit into about any filling station. (3) We love to stop at out of the way places on the spur of the moment; with our diesel pusher there were so many places we could not stop. With this rig, we can stop just about anywhere! No rig is perfect. Some would say the kitchen is small. Personally, I don't go camping to cook (especially not inside), so it is no problem for me at all. The dual sink, 3 gas burners and convection microwave are fine -- I usually use my Instant Pot and sometimes the electric grill outside IF and when I cook. The upfront entertainment area is great and there is also a small entertainment center (tv hookups/radio/speakers) outside. And although we have never used it, there is a wash station if you want to shower off beach sand -- or don't want to fill up the interior tank. I wouldn't suggest this rig for a large family for obvious reasons. But for a couple, single or small family it is really a great home away. (Sleeps 2 adults in queen bed and 2 children in blowup on LR floor). We have not actually had to use support and our rig was already out of warranty when we purchased. But since the site insisted we check something, we went along with 5 stars all the way!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Jayne Gladden

Reviewed on August 2, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Winnebago Aspect 30J view listing

5.0
We stepped down in size but not in quality. We have owned a 36' Vogue, a 40' Country Coach, a 36' Dynasty, and a 36' Phaeton. This is our first Gas Burner and we wanted something smaller as we got older. We have loved owning this Aspect 30J. The quality of Winnebago is outstanding. There is pride in workm... read more
We stepped down in size but not in quality. We have owned a 36' Vogue, a 40' Country Coach, a 36' Dynasty, and a 36' Phaeton. This is our first Gas Burner and we wanted something smaller as we got older. We have loved owning this Aspect 30J. The quality of Winnebago is outstanding. There is pride in workmanship and they back their product 100%. This RV is easy to drive, has enough power to tow a Ford Explorer and enough room once parked for four people to live comfortably for a few days.
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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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Garrett Kowalewski

Arizona

Reviewed on May 3, 2022

RV reviewed 2014 Winnebago Aspect 30J view listing

5.0
Winnebago really does the details well, and I found the RV to be generally sturdy all around. No loose cabinets, doors, etc. We lived in this with 2 adults, 2 kids and 2 large dogs for nearly 3 months. We were really concerned about all the features we wanted and getting them in an RV that was well-built, ... read more
Winnebago really does the details well, and I found the RV to be generally sturdy all around. No loose cabinets, doors, etc. We lived in this with 2 adults, 2 kids and 2 large dogs for nearly 3 months. We were really concerned about all the features we wanted and getting them in an RV that was well-built, and we didn't know Winnebago so we didn't know what to expect, but we were very happy with the RV. It was small enough to fit in every RV park we went to and large enough to house us rather comfortably.
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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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Steve

Washington

Reviewed on February 13, 2022

RV reviewed 2016 Winnebago Aspect 30J view listing

3.8
Purchased new in 2016, stored in a garage since new. Overall a nice motorhome for a class C. Paid $135K to much in 2016. Never took rv back to dealer for warranty work, did work myself. First week replaced all 22 Led recessed lighting fixtures because they started to fail. (supplier issue using new low temp... read more
Purchased new in 2016, stored in a garage since new. Overall a nice motorhome for a class C. Paid $135K to much in 2016. Never took rv back to dealer for warranty work, did work myself. First week replaced all 22 Led recessed lighting fixtures because they started to fail. (supplier issue using new low temp solder}. Then metal Z bracket on roof cab pulled away from front cap because they used aluminum rivets. Pulled cab headliner down and replaced rivets with bolts. Floor in living area was not even could fill ripple from manufacturing. Roof started separating from front cap, found attachment screws were never installed by workers, had predrilled holes that attach cap to roof framing just no screws. Roof fiberglass started to separate from foam at foam seams. Double pane frameless windows were terrible, did not seal against wind. No insulation in critical areas like front cap, under shower over plastic wheel well. No corrosion protection of sheet metal storage compartments, used thin layer of rattle can paint. Had nice Alcoa wheels, Michelin tires. Never had any issue one with the Ford chassis. Put motorhome on consignment with the dealer I purchased it from. Haven't missed it at all.
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4.0
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3.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Jim Busser

South Carolina

Reviewed on January 31, 2022

RV reviewed 2007 Winnebago Aspect 29H view listing

4.6
Workhorse model, perfect length, good quality. Two slides on opposite sides even out weight. Air shocks supplement rear shocks, pretty good ride at #15-18000. Full shower, nice size bathroom. Queen bed just right size. Liveable on the road... read more
Workhorse model, perfect length, good quality. Two slides on opposite sides even out weight. Air shocks supplement rear shocks, pretty good ride at #15-18000. Full shower, nice size bathroom. Queen bed just right size. Liveable on the road
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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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Stacy Pascoe

Idaho

Reviewed on August 6, 2021

RV reviewed 2013 Winnebago Aspect 30D view listing

4.2
We have loved this motor home. Selling because we now have a vacation home and so we don’t use it enough to justify keeping it. Been a great motor home and very comfortable. Listed below low book. Take a look... read more
We have loved this motor home. Selling because we now have a vacation home and so we don’t use it enough to justify keeping it. Been a great motor home and very comfortable. Listed below low book. Take a look
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5.0
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john

Florida

Reviewed on January 23, 2021

RV reviewed 2008 Winnebago Aspect 26A view listing

5.0
Good size for drivability. great for one or two people and an occasional guest. Feels like driving a pickup. Open floor plan with accessible galley, microwave, pantry, and refrigerator. Refrigerator will run on propane if needed, or shore power and generator.... read more
Good size for drivability. great for one or two people and an occasional guest. Feels like driving a pickup. Open floor plan with accessible galley, microwave, pantry, and refrigerator. Refrigerator will run on propane if needed, or shore power and generator.
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