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4.6
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4.2
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4.8
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4.5
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Marco

Quebec, Canada

Reviewed on March 15, 2024

RV reviewed 2020 Winnebago Vista 27PE view listing

5.0
I bought a 2020 Winnebago Vista 27 pe. Couldn’t be more happy. Amazing quality, enormous cargo pass through capacity, good strong reliable v10 engine and new light gray shadow cabinets which the wife wanted. I added an electric dual pair of beds and sleep like a baby. Other than oil change, no items. PD... read more
I bought a 2020 Winnebago Vista 27 pe. Couldn’t be more happy. Amazing quality, enormous cargo pass through capacity, good strong reliable v10 engine and new light gray shadow cabinets which the wife wanted. I added an electric dual pair of beds and sleep like a baby. Other than oil change, no items. PDI was just ok but only small issues like changing the bathroom handle!!Also I pull my Honda CRV 2014 with no problem and it’s cheap on gas, Strongly recommended that year precisely
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5.0
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5.0
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Tina Glock

Reviewed on August 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2011 Winnebago Vista 35F view listing

5.0
This model boast a lot of extras that make it such a great motorhome. Having the additional 1/2 bath in the living room came in handy! You are able to use the bathroom while traveling without having to open slides or jump over the master bed to get to the rear bathroom. It’s also great for guests so t... read more
This model boast a lot of extras that make it such a great motorhome. Having the additional 1/2 bath in the living room came in handy! You are able to use the bathroom while traveling without having to open slides or jump over the master bed to get to the rear bathroom. It’s also great for guests so that they can use it without having to have them go through the bedroom to use the restroom. The elevated toilets are also a plus! The rear master bath is the entire width of the motorhome so you have plenty of space to get in and out of the shower and there is still plenty of extra room. The expandable sofa is great because you can leave it to allow for more space in the living room or you can expand it to allow for more seating. This model has black out roller shades with an additional shade on top of that, it’s great for keeping the heat out or keeping the light out when you want too. The master bedroom has plenty of cabinetry and drawers for all your things. The master bed has nightstands on both sides and you can walk all the way around the bed. The coach seats swivel to face the living room as added seats. It has 2 A/C units so you can run either or both
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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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Mitch Muller

Reviewed on July 27, 2023

RV reviewed 2017 Winnebago Vista 32YE view listing

2.0
DO NOT BUY A WINNEBAGO PERIOD! Even our service center said “they do not build them like they used to”. We bought a brand new 2017 Winnebago Vista with a Forever Warranty and have meticulously maintained the coach every since. If I were not a handyman and former mechanic, this coach would be in th... read more
DO NOT BUY A WINNEBAGO PERIOD! Even our service center said “they do not build them like they used to”. We bought a brand new 2017 Winnebago Vista with a Forever Warranty and have meticulously maintained the coach every since. If I were not a handyman and former mechanic, this coach would be in the shop more than we’ve used it. The Forever Warranty is all but useless and Winnebago Customer Service is a joke. The last straw was when we nicked a picnic table while leaving a campground and the entire backwall almost tore off because it was rotted out from underneath because of wheel spray from faulty manufacturing. After numerous back and forth with them, the insulted our intelligence and offered to repair it for $4750 plus tax, IF we would drive 1200 miles one way to their factory. All our estimates were less than what they were offering. We had it fixed locally for $4200. They would NOT reimburse us! I would never recommend anyone buy a Winnebago product.
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1.0
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4.0
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3.0
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Mike Riddle

Arizona

Reviewed on September 29, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Winnebago Vista 29VE view listing

4.6
I am now 80 years young, having spent the last 55 years recreating with various vehicles. I have owned 5 motor-homes, 3 travel trailers and 2 cab over campers and a variety of tents (in my younger years). My current motor-home is the Winnebago Vista. It is gas a powered 30-foot length on the Ford F-53 chassis... read more
I am now 80 years young, having spent the last 55 years recreating with various vehicles. I have owned 5 motor-homes, 3 travel trailers and 2 cab over campers and a variety of tents (in my younger years). My current motor-home is the Winnebago Vista. It is gas a powered 30-foot length on the Ford F-53 chassis. It sleeps up to 8 persons, if 4 of them are children. I added “Sumo Springs” which greatly improved handling and roadability. It has a rooftop solar panel that just about keeps the batteries at 100% depending on how much boondocking you may do. Our preferred method of camping is boondocking, with occasional generator use, otherwise it is equipped with 50 amp shore-connection. Of all the class A vehicles I have owned, (including 2 diesel pushers both 40 footers) the Winnebago quality has so far been superior.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Kathryn Childs

Arkansas

Reviewed on March 10, 2022

RV reviewed 2008 Winnebago Vista 32K view listing

4.8
We owned this Rv for 6 years and both traveled in it and lived in it during a home renovation. We have four kids and found this floor plan an absolute delight. The u-shaped dinette made it possible for us to all eat together and game play during rainy events was so fun. Everyone could reach the board game or ... read more
We owned this Rv for 6 years and both traveled in it and lived in it during a home renovation. We have four kids and found this floor plan an absolute delight. The u-shaped dinette made it possible for us to all eat together and game play during rainy events was so fun. Everyone could reach the board game or puzzle without a strain. The bunks with private DVD players for the kids were a huge win. They could retreat to a private space behind the curtain or be out in the main living space. A door that separates the master from the rest of the space is great bc I could lie down with the little ones while the big kids relaxed in the living room. One thing we disliked about it was that the dinette is a hassle to turn into a sleeping space. We would usually put a pallet on the floor before we would convert the dinette. The oven was also a hassle and not very large. We put a ninja air fry oven in, which was big enough for a pizza. But otherwise, it was 10/10. I literally had to stop and think of gripes because it suited us so well. If you can find one, it’s a winner!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Marco Bourdon

Quebec

Reviewed on October 31, 2021

RV reviewed 2020 Winnebago Vista 27PE view listing

4.8
I received my brand new 2020 vista 27pe in June 2001. I am very happy with my choice. First, I didn't want the new V8 engine. Reliability wise, new engines are always a pain in the butt. Thank God I didn't from what I read. The V10 is amazing. I only had about 10 issues but are already solved. They were very... read more
I received my brand new 2020 vista 27pe in June 2001. I am very happy with my choice. First, I didn't want the new V8 engine. Reliability wise, new engines are always a pain in the butt. Thank God I didn't from what I read. The V10 is amazing. I only had about 10 issues but are already solved. They were very small issues like: bathroom door handle changed since broke, 2-3 privacy shades that were fixed, two seals that were fixed and the worst...etc. Get the picture? The only three things that could be improved or if I change floor plan is I only have half full paint, the king size bed is good but mattress is hard since foldable and I would prefer the theater seats which I might change one day. However, I will say with kids, the couch is an extra bed and useful. Also I added two extra soft latex memory foam type mattress on top and does the job. I got the last Vista in the dealer yard and thank God! Very happy. No real issues compared to a lot of people owning other brands. I must say the PDI was very poor at Winnebago. But it's all solved. Cheers
Livability
5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Neill Whitlock

Texas

Reviewed on October 29, 2021

RV reviewed 2019 Winnebago Vista 29VE view listing

3.6
To give the Revel by Winnebago a review, first you need to understand it’s a tail of two companies. Let’s begin with the vehicle. A Mercedes Sprinter chassis with on demand four wheel drive and a 3 liter turbo Diesel engine is the core of the vehicle. If I could give the Mercedes portion some star... read more
To give the Revel by Winnebago a review, first you need to understand it’s a tail of two companies. Let’s begin with the vehicle. A Mercedes Sprinter chassis with on demand four wheel drive and a 3 liter turbo Diesel engine is the core of the vehicle. If I could give the Mercedes portion some stars, I’d give it a five star rating. Recommending the Mercedes Sprinter comes easy and I can only say, “well done Mercedes”. And of course you get the world famous Mercedes service on the vehicle. Now for “The Revel” by Winnebago part of the review; One Star and I wish I could give it a half a star. The concept of this class B RV on the go van, is outstanding. The problem is, it’s executed by Winnebago, the worst service company on the planet. Actually their service should be considered nonexistent. I guess you really couldn’t fault an organization that would tell you up front that, “when you leave the dealership and hit the road you are on your own, there will be no service”. The electrical system is a disaster from steam to Stern. I’ve had no battery power or shore power while on a two month journey up the East Coast. It’s been one excuse after another from anyone and everyone associated with Winnebago when it comes to fixing all the problems. Thank the Lord for the Mercedes platform or I’d be completely stranded. I’m still trying to make my way back to Dallas Texas but I’ve had to stop in Charlotte NC, to try and get it fixed again. So far they tell me it will take maybe a week. I’ve spent thousands going out of my way trying to complete my trip, which I was looking so forward to taking. Now I can say it’s been a trip from hell all because of Winnebago and their nonexistent service.
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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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patty

Florida

Reviewed on October 19, 2021

RV reviewed 2010 Winnebago Vista 26P view listing

4.8
I love this rv...it is bigger inside than it looks. it's comfortable, all one needs in this under 30 ft space. because it's called a 26 footer , reality is it closer tob27, it is easy to park at campgrounds or even on city streets..using 2 meters covers parking cost. If I want to sit on a couch, I put the din... read more
I love this rv...it is bigger inside than it looks. it's comfortable, all one needs in this under 30 ft space. because it's called a 26 footer , reality is it closer tob27, it is easy to park at campgrounds or even on city streets..using 2 meters covers parking cost. If I want to sit on a couch, I put the dining room table down and put pillows on the back. There is also a good amount of underneath storage space.
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4.0
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5.0
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Brian Burton

Indiana

Reviewed on July 26, 2021

RV reviewed 2018 Winnebago Vista 27PE view listing

5.0
Used very little. Great RV. Drives great , easy to drive. 3 TVs. Has a lot of storage. Easy to set up with hydraulic leveling. Great floor plan. Onan generator. We love the RV. We had fun with it the times we used it. We just don't have time to use it . I added a spare tire and wheel and a carrier on the rear... read more
Used very little. Great RV. Drives great , easy to drive. 3 TVs. Has a lot of storage. Easy to set up with hydraulic leveling. Great floor plan. Onan generator. We love the RV. We had fun with it the times we used it. We just don't have time to use it . I added a spare tire and wheel and a carrier on the rear.
Livability
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5.0
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Ethan Campbell

Minnesota

Reviewed on July 26, 2021

RV reviewed 2009 Winnebago Vista 32K view listing

4.8
If you want a drivable RV and have young kids, they deserve their own sleeping space, buy a bunk model Class A. The hassle of converting couches or dinettes to bed every night is too much work (for everyone, don't kid yourself). That is why I specifically sought out a Class A with 2 bunk beds. The kids get t... read more
If you want a drivable RV and have young kids, they deserve their own sleeping space, buy a bunk model Class A. The hassle of converting couches or dinettes to bed every night is too much work (for everyone, don't kid yourself). That is why I specifically sought out a Class A with 2 bunk beds. The kids get their own space to relax in and the adults would not need to deal with the hassle of assembling beds every night. This has been a great RV, its got plenty of power, comfortable seating. We've really had no issues with it. Nice and water tight, a/c's work well. All the plumbing has been great. The only issue we've had was the counter top surface cracked and peeled. I replaced the counter tops with new stuff from the hardware store. It really didn't effect the use of the vehicle, but was an eye sore. The slide outs are starting to bind due to their age. I would like to replace them, but replacements are not available. The generator is showing signs of age and lack of use. But the frame and flooring has held up well. We frequently tow a Ford Flex behind the camper and hardly notice it back there.
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5.0
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