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4.2 (134 reviews)
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4.2
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4.1
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4.6
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4.5
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3.4

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Nicki Whittle

Oregon, USA

Reviewed on June 12, 2024

RV reviewed 2021 Winnebago Revel 44E view listing

4.6
SO easy to drive, even when we tow our raft or even the utility trailer. I'm 5'3" and have taken this on solo trips and "girl's" trips with my mom even. Great storage in the "garage" section and the enclosed shower/bathroom space was a must for us - even if we're just hanging wet gear in there to...read more
SO easy to drive, even when we tow our raft or even the utility trailer. I'm 5'3" and have taken this on solo trips and "girl's" trips with my mom even. Great storage in the "garage" section and the enclosed shower/bathroom space was a must for us - even if we're just hanging wet gear in there to drain. We really like the ease of cooking in it, but really really like it when we can just leave the side door open, pop the outdoor table down and cook/eat outdoors wherever we are! The 4-Wheel drive has been awesome on early spring trips when we've had snow and for 4-wheel low pulling our raft out at take-outs...This is a great rig overall and we've loved it!
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5.0
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Lucinda anders

Indiana, USA

Reviewed on May 9, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Winnebago 59k travato view listing

5.0
This rv is called touring coach. It is named correctly. Very easy to drive and easy to see all directions. It is made for travel. This one is 21 feet long and will park in regular parking spot. No need for rv parking lot. We took levelers with us and never used them. Most campgrounds have pretty...read more
This rv is called touring coach. It is named correctly. Very easy to drive and easy to see all directions. It is made for travel. This one is 21 feet long and will park in regular parking spot. No need for rv parking lot. We took levelers with us and never used them. Most campgrounds have pretty level spots . This has a short wheel base. If it feels unlevel pull forward or backwards a little and see if feels level. I traveled with someone who is clostrophobic and the area didn't bother him at all with the windows all around. I know there are people who live in these but I don't think I would want to do that unless you were touring the whole united States and were going to be gone for months. But not for full time living
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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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Dana McKittrick

Tennessee, USA

Reviewed on May 1, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Era 70a view listing

5.0
I was searching for this specific motorhome and floor plan. I was fortunate to find this offering relatively close to me. I visited the owners and they gave an excellent presentation showing all the features and conveniences the Winnebago ERA 70A has to offer and they are considerable. Their coach...read more
I was searching for this specific motorhome and floor plan. I was fortunate to find this offering relatively close to me. I visited the owners and they gave an excellent presentation showing all the features and conveniences the Winnebago ERA 70A has to offer and they are considerable. Their coach was literally “factory fresh” and “showroom clean”. It is a late model with hardly any miles on it. The owners graciously offer a test drive and it was a fantastic ride. Having owned and driven big Class A diesel pusher motorhomes over 100,000 miles, I was truly amazed at the comfort, smooth ride, and quiet ride the Mercedes Chassis provides. Sadly my circumstances changed and I was not able to complete the purchase. But make no mistake this motorhome is an incredible value with loads of warranty left to go.
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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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Dan Zynda

North Carolina, USA

Reviewed on April 10, 2024

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Era 70a view listing

5.0
Love this RV. Love how we can park it anywhere yet comfortable to cook relax and sleep in. The absolute perfect vehicle in its class. The Mercedes ride is smooth sailing. Service at Mercedes has been above average. No problems with the Winnebago half . Ergonomically designed for inside days...read more
Love this RV. Love how we can park it anywhere yet comfortable to cook relax and sleep in. The absolute perfect vehicle in its class. The Mercedes ride is smooth sailing. Service at Mercedes has been above average. No problems with the Winnebago half . Ergonomically designed for inside days when it rains too.
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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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Leslie

Reviewed on December 6, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Solis Pocket 36A view listing

4.4
The Pocket is a fun little van that my husband and l loved traveling in. It has everything you need to camp and travel comfortably. The refrigerator runs great on solar or shore power. The front seats both turn to add more flexibility to the living area. The screen on the sliding door and back...read more
The Pocket is a fun little van that my husband and l loved traveling in. It has everything you need to camp and travel comfortably. The refrigerator runs great on solar or shore power. The front seats both turn to add more flexibility to the living area. The screen on the sliding door and back doors allow you to keep the doors open and the bugs out. We traveled for three weeks and only used the solar to power the refrigerator, charge our phones and laptops and run my husband’s cpap machine at night with no issues at all. The remote control makes it easy to turn the ceiling fan off and on. The window covers allow you to have as much privacy as you like with the ease of a zipper. The storage under the bed allowed us to bring along chairs and an outdoor shade tent and a large bin for clothes and food. It is so easy to drive and it parks just like a car.
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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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Mario A

Reviewed on November 25, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Winnebago Boldt 70KL view listing

3.6
Just purchased a new 2022 Boldt and slept in it 4 nights to test it out! Battery wouldn't charge while driving so went back to the dealer the next morning. After 4 hours of searching, it was a $0.10 burnt fuse between the alternator and the battery. Found few other manufacturing screw-ups. Making a...read more
Just purchased a new 2022 Boldt and slept in it 4 nights to test it out! Battery wouldn't charge while driving so went back to the dealer the next morning. After 4 hours of searching, it was a $0.10 burnt fuse between the alternator and the battery. Found few other manufacturing screw-ups. Making a list for early spring to get it in top shape. Overall it was a fun experience although it was freezing temperatures at night . First night I was stingy with the battery and used full propane to heat the cabin. I used only 10% during the night! I started helping the combi furnace with electricity from the battery. Never went below 50%! Fun machine to drive, around 17 mpg (15L/100km). Very thick REAL mattresses Deep fridge. Has ample capacity to be a near 4 season machine even in Canada
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3.0
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3.0
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4.0
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4.0
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David

Reviewed on November 2, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Roam Handicap accessible view listing

4.4
This was designed from the start as a wheelchair handicap accessible van/RV. On the plus side it is short that you can use the 159 inch regular length version as a means to get around town as it will fit into standard parking spaces. It drives well as long as you watch the tire pressure. If...read more
This was designed from the start as a wheelchair handicap accessible van/RV. On the plus side it is short that you can use the 159 inch regular length version as a means to get around town as it will fit into standard parking spaces. It drives well as long as you watch the tire pressure. If you put more than 65 psi in the front tires you will find it rides very hard. I got 18 mpg on the interstate but only 14 mpg around town. Sitting high, it is easy to see traffic, even over the tops of pickup trucks. There are some negatives. The biggest negative is this is designed for a person in a wheelchair yet the side door is a manual door. The control for the wheelchair lift has a button for the door but no power door option. NONE of the seat belts are comfortable. Rather than using the Promaster seatbelt system on the front they elected to use a system where the shoulder harness is built into the seat. That means the shoulder strap comes right across you neck. You will need a shirt with collar or a padded cover for the belt. In the back, the two seat belts pull up instead of back. They need to hire a seat belt consultant as none of the seat belts really work well and are uncomfortable. Yes, I would buy it again but would start doing modifications right from the start.
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4.0
Overall quality
4.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Robert Bentz

Reviewed on July 1, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Boldt 70BL view listing

2.4
I have owned 2 bolds, 2020 and now a 23. They are expensive, and great vehicles. What is horrible is the Winnebago support. On both vehicles, we have had a problem with the Volta system. Volts is a good company, but their product is defective, same problem with both bolts. Will not charge...read more
I have owned 2 bolds, 2020 and now a 23. They are expensive, and great vehicles. What is horrible is the Winnebago support. On both vehicles, we have had a problem with the Volta system. Volts is a good company, but their product is defective, same problem with both bolts. Will not charge from alternator. First one took 18 mobster and 6 dealer later tto removed. Winn did NOTING to help. New one, is a month i old, Same problem, and Winnebago once again NO support, they say goi to dealer, Dealers dont know. Hot so fix, and are 4=5 months out. Winnebago does NOTING to help. Really BAD. Done with them.
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2.0
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2.0
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3.0
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4.0
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Phil C.

Reviewed on April 6, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Winnebago Travato 59G view listing

4.2
Got a sweet price on a clearance 2023 Travato 59G. Wanted the new model for the 9 speed transmission. On first trip we were pleased with the performance and smooth ride. The truma hot water seemed a little slow in getting to the right temperature. So far so good. Keeping my fingers crossed as...read more
Got a sweet price on a clearance 2023 Travato 59G. Wanted the new model for the 9 speed transmission. On first trip we were pleased with the performance and smooth ride. The truma hot water seemed a little slow in getting to the right temperature. So far so good. Keeping my fingers crossed as this is my first new rig in years. Heard some horror stories with Thor and Coachman with similar rigs.
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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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Barb Richards

Reviewed on March 28, 2023

RV reviewed 2020 Winnebago Travato 59GL view listing

4.4
I purchased a used Winnebago Travato about a year ago. It has been so much fun to travel in it with my two dogs! This was my choice because it has a "wet" shower, a Murphy bed, and a "puzzle bed" which is created with cushions from the dinette, the settee that is over the lithium battery box,...read more
I purchased a used Winnebago Travato about a year ago. It has been so much fun to travel in it with my two dogs! This was my choice because it has a "wet" shower, a Murphy bed, and a "puzzle bed" which is created with cushions from the dinette, the settee that is over the lithium battery box, and the table. I keep it in bed mode all the time so they're comfortable and can look out the windows. The kitchen is compact but enough. The fridge is fairly large for this size rig, and has a separate freezer below it. The lithium battery is powered by solar panels on the roof, and converts the power to a standard battery. Storage is always lacking in a camper van, but Winnebago made use of every available space! It has a two-bike rack, which I removed it since I don't take a bike. Automatic deploy/retract awning with LED lights, and LED lights under the van. Fun stuff! Lots of USB ports, 120v outlets and such. The TV is over the dinette on a swivel. The cab seats swing around to face the dinette. The priorities for me were the second sleeping space, the shower, and the quality; I am very happy with my choice!
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5.0
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5.0
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