RV enthusiasts will get a first-look at the latest models from Winnebago at the Florida RV Super Show in Tampa this week.
Winnebago is introducing the Minnie Drop 210RBS travel trailer, Micro Minnie Fifth Wheel, as well as the Vita and Adventurer motorhomes.
The Minnie Drop 210RBS is debuting at the Florida show with an all-new floorplan. Typically built on a single axle, the Minnie Drop is known for its novelty and rounded retro shape. The 210 RBS maintains the aesthetic features consumers have come to know from the brand while adding a second axle. The additional axle creates the ability to increase holding tank capacities, enabling owners to enjoy longer, off-grid camping experiences.
“The dual axle Minnie Drop is another example of how our team at Winnebago Towables continues to innovate,” said Adam Christoffersen, Product Manager. “The weight, narrow body, eight-foot-wide stability and second axle make this unit ideal for towing by most SUVs and small trucks. By also adding that second axle, we are able to offer full-feature amenities inside which are not typically offered in a teardrop trailer.”
The Minnie Drop floorplan is equipped with modern kitchen amenities such as a double bowl sink, three-burner cooktop, refrigerator and freezer, microwave, pantry and more. A spacious rear bathroom, U-shaped dinette in the slide out, 54″ x 74″ Murphy Bed, and outside kitchen all create added livability. Winnebago says the Minnie Drop 210RBS has a starting Base MSRP of $30,378.
Capitalizing on the success of the seven-foot-wide Micro Minnie Trailer, Winnebago has extended the concept into the fifth wheel market with the Micro Minnie Fifth Wheel.
Towable by a mid-size truck, the fifth wheel has received numerous honours from RV industry publications and is equipped with upgraded features generally found in higher-end towables. A flush mount cooktop with glass cover, stainless steel sink, true gel coat fiberglass sidewalls, and plenty of large windows add to the allure of the compact fifth wheel. Two Micro Minnie Fifth Wheel floorplans, the 2405RG and 2405RL, will be displayed at the Tampa show.
In the motorized segment, Winnebago will introduce the Vita, a compact Class C diesel built on the Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis. The Vita, which gained Best of Show honors from industry publications following this year’s Open House in Elkhart, Indiana, is equipped with best in class storage, holding tank sizes and carrying capacity. Other features include a new quiet, durable Supershell composite sleeper deck, a new prewired track and roof panel for Wi-Fi and cellular boost antenna systems and industry-leading off the grid capabilities. Winnebago says the Vita will offer quality and innovation that customers expect from the company at a base MSRP of $119,670.
Winnebago’s Class A Gas unit, the Adventurer, will also be on display. Built with Winnebago’s legendary SuperStructure, the Adventurer offers five family-friendly floorplans to meet a variety of tastes and needs. The interior showcases amenities normally found in diesel pushers; Corian countertops, a Versa driver cab seat and Primera furniture coverings. Key exterior highlights include an entertainment center, pet leash tie down, an LP system provided in the patio area of the coach and full body paint with chrome mirrors.
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