First appearing in 1960, Winnebago has grown to be an icon in the recreational vehicle industry. From the beginning, Winnebago pursued high attention to quality building furniture and components specific to their recreational vehicles. Initially building travel trailers, Winnebago built their first motorhome in 1966 that eventually blossomed into a firm reputation as the choice vacation vehicle for many adventurers. Winnebago motorhomes are sold in a more affordable Class C variety or the spacious Class A configuration. In 2008, the 400,000th Winnebago product rolled off their assembly line.
Notes: Year note(s): MOTORHOMES - (*) These prices include generator, water heater, roof air, awning and exterior entertainment center. (**) In addition to previously listed equipment, these models also include range, three burner with oven, rear view monitor system and automatic hydraulic leveling jacks. (#) These models include generator, water heater and roof air (N/A on Rialta models). Advantage/Freedom also include refrigerator/freezer, power cord reel, TV satellite system and washer/dryer. Add $1900 to Journey models, $800 to Rialta and $1100 to Chieftain with full-body paint.