Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Winnebago launches new Class C motor homes with fuel-efficient diesel engines.

Winnebago Industries, Inc. has now launched its new 2006 fuel-efficient Winnebago View and Itasca Navion Class C motor homes new styling and fuel-efficient diesel engines.

Winnebago Industries is currently the only RV manufacturer to offer a Class C diesel motor home built on the 10,200-lb. gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) Dodge Sprinter cutaway chassis from Daimler Chrysler. The chassis features a premium 2.7-liter CDI five cylinder turbo-diesel Mercedes Benz engine that delivers excellent power - 154 hp with 243 ft-lbs. of torque and excellent fuel economy estimated at 17-19 mpg. The View and Navion also feature five-speed tip shift automatic transmission that's designed to be one of the smoothest, most reliable transmissions on the market.

The vehicle's overall size makes it easy to drive, park and maneuver with an excellent turning radius of 23.5 feet. The View and Navion also have independent front suspension and ABS four-wheel-disc brakes.

A 3,500-lb. rated trailer hitch is also standard. Full Story...

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