How reliable are Winnebagos?

How reliable are Winnebagos?

Winnebago consistently ranks as one of the best travel trailer manufacturers on the market and though they are far from complaint-free, most customers find that concerns are fairly superficial and do not extend to the overall structure and construction of the product.

How much is a 2003 Winnebago Adventurer worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $117,977 $30,300
Options (Add)
Total Price $117,977 $30,300

Who makes Winnebago Adventurer?

Winnebago Industries
Winnebago Industries named Lichtsinn RV The #1 Dealer of Winnebago Motor Homes in North America each year since 2015. Be the first to break-in your new RV. As America’s closest dealer to Winnebago Industries, we are able to stock motorhomes with only a few miles on our new Winnebago Adventurer Models.

What class is Winnebago Adventurer?

Class A Gas
The Winnebago Adventurer is available in 2 Floorplans offering plenty of options in this Flagship Class A Gas Model.

How much is a 2004 Winnebago Sightseer worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $79,527 $22,300
Options (Add)
Total Price $79,527 $22,300

What chassis is the Winnebago Adventurer?

RAM ProMaster Chassis
The Winnebago Travato is also built on the RAM ProMaster Chassis and is known for its energy and fuel-efficient systems along with its streamlined features.

How many miles does a Winnebago Adventurer 37B have?

2004 Winnebago Adventurer 37B, Class A Gas motorhome with three slides and 75K miles. This unit has stood the test of time and is in great condition! Heads Up…

How much does a Winnebago Adventurer cost?

The Winnebago Adventurer is one of the most affordable Class A motorhomes in the market. Its starting price is $179,613 with its standard features. There are opportunities for upgrade to make the cab more comfortable as well as in the interiors, bedroom, and electrical system.

Is the Winnebago Adventurer 35U the most user-friendly and researched motorhome on the market?

By now you’ll have gathered that the State of Louisiana was the venue for our most recent road trip, where I tested the 2004 Winnebago Adventurer 35U. The company thinks quite a bit of this model – “the most user-friendly and researched motorhome on the market” – its news release says, and I found that this is not just hype.

What happened to the Winnebago Adventurer?

In 2009, the Winnebago Adventurer made headlines as manufacturers turned it into a hybrid concept RV. This means it would run both on diesel and electric motor to power the motor home.