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2007 Winnebago Outlook

"Fun to drive and a joy to own"
The Outlook is Winnebago's top-selling Class C motorhome.

See Roti review of the 2009 Winnebago Outlook here
The 2007 Winnebago Outlook comes in 5 lengths and floorplans including the new 31H.  The shortest model is only about 26' long but the slide-out makes it look and feel spacious inside.  Base MSRP for the Outlook starts at $71,039.

Winnebago says: "This year, the 31C and the new 31H debut with a large, exterior, rear storage trunk with built-in storage basins. It's another example of our SmartSpace™ design philosophy that makes the most of available space in your RV. For your convenience, a single thermostat controls the furnace and the ceiling-ducted air conditioning, providing enhanced climate control. A heat pump can also be added to provide heat on cool mornings without firing up the furnace."

2007 Winnebago Outlook exterior


2007 Winnebago Outlook 
The 31H floorplan is shown below.  This is a new for 2007. This has a length of about 32' with the kitchen stove part of the slideout giving a very nice kitchen area.  The bathroom and bedroom arrangement are also nicely arranged although there is no bedroom slide as with the 27L and 29B models.  The big exterior rear storage trunk arrangement is new to the Outlook range also and this is also incorporated into the 31C.

2007 Winnebago Outlook floorplan 31H

The 29B floorplan with 2 slides is shown below
 This is a mid length Outlook with a bedroom slide. Length is about 30'.  The extra slide and the bed across the coach give a really nice arrangement with 2 feet less length than the 31H.  Pictures of the living area in the 29B is given below.
(These floorplans - to maximize the space and make them as easy as possible to look at - are not shown to the same scale of course ..)

2007 Winnebago Outlook floorplan 29B

The 25F floorplan with one slide is shown below.
This is the shortest Outlook; if you can live without the queen bed and are happy to make up the sofa bed or use the overhead bed, this is good arrangement with lots of space in an RV only about 26' long.

2007 Winnebago Outlook floorplan 25F

With all of the Outlook floorplans, there is an option to have a TV cabinet / storage cabinets arrangement instead of the overhead bed ...

2007 Winnebago Outlook floorplan option

29B living area below:

2007 Winnebago Outlook living area

2007 Winnebago Outlook living area front

Kitchen and wardrobes:

2007 Winnebago Outlook cockpit 2007 Winnebago Outlook bedroom
Some of the features of the 2007 Outlook:
  • Standard Ford® E450 Chassis - 6.8L SOHC Triton® V10 engine, 305-hp, automatic transmission, Torqshift™, 5-speed with tow/haul feature, 4-wheel ABS, 130-amp. alternator, dual air bags, Trailer Hitch6 5,000-lb. drawbar/350 lbs. maximum vertical tongue weight & wiring w/7-pin connector
  • Option Chevrolet® / Workhorse™ Chassis7 - 6.0L 6000 Vortec V8 engine, 300-hp, automatic, 4-speed overdrive, 4-wheel ABS, 145-amp. alternator, dual air bags, Trailer Hitch6 3,500-lb. drawbar/350 lbs. maximum vertical tongue weight & wiring w/7-pin connector
  • Wide range of interior and exterior options   

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2007 Winnebago Outlook

"Fun to drive and a joy to own"
The Outlook is Winnebago's top-selling Class C motor home.

 Base MSRP starts at $71,039

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2007 winnebago outlook 29B :   The two radios do not turn off. One in the cab and the one on the outside. I am going to add a toggle switch so I can cut the power. Also, the light on the one in the cab is bright, so it will be good to cut the one off when not in use.

Pat Specht :   I am suspecting that we may have the battery drain problem in 2007 Outlook Winni. When it is unplugged for a day or so the engine battery gets very weak even after making sure that everything is turned off. House batteries seem to maintain the charge. We suspect a switch that is not functioning properly?

Morey Anderson :   We have 2007 Outlook purchased Nov. 2007. 1. We are about install the 3rd battery (starting) nobody seems to know why they are failing. 2. We have put 2 new motherboards in the furnace control again no reason given 3. TV cable system doesn,t work we have to run cable in through a window dealer can't find cause. None of these have been warranty items. Does this sound framiliar to anyone else?

RoTi RV Reviews :   "Fun to drive and a joy to own" The Outlook is Winnebago's top-selling Class C motor home.

JOEJOE :   No wonder my head hits the ceiling and the roof leaks!!!!

Ron Morgan :   We've had 3 Winnebagos. The reason why we've gone for Winnies is that we traveled for more than 20 years and we've always seen them. Some of them are old and not as sparkling as the new RVs but they're still on the road. A dealer told us about the drop-test where each new model is hoisted into the air and dropped on its roof to check for structural integrity of a new design. I think Winnie are the only ones who do that. I believe they're strong and reliable because of things like this and our 3 Winnies have been strong and reliable. The new models look really nice, no real changes just progressive improvements.

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