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Winnebago Outlook class C motorhome
See reader's comments and experiences at bottom of page

"User friendly floorplans loaded with SmartSpace design elements and the new innovative 30D floorplan"

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Important dimensions:
Exterior length from 29'9" to 31'2"
  Exterior width 8'5",  Exterior height 11'5"
3 floorplans are available - we show these below
Ford E450 Chassis with a 305-hp 6.8L SEFI V10 gas engine
GVWR 14,500 lbs, 
Tanks (29B model)- fresh 42,  grey 39, black 30 - gallons
MSRP starting at $83,763

Winnebago Outlook class C motorhome exterior

Winnebago says that the "Outlook has user-friendly floorplans that are loaded with SmartSpace™ amenities that make the most of the available space. Adding the interior upgrade package gives you accent rope lighting, a range backsplash, pleated day/night blinds, the Dream Dinette™ table (NA 30D) that allows you to easily raise and lower the table top, cab floor mats and a dash appliqué. Full-body paint is also available."

The 2 pictures below show the interior of the beautiful 29B model (see floorplan lower down the page).  The first looks rear towards the bedroom and the second looks forward.  An option for the front overhead is an entertainment center.

Winnebago Outlook interior 29B model

Winnebago Outlook interior 29B model looking forward

The 30D model (see floorplan below) has an innovative rear lounge arrangement built into the slide out:

Winnebago Outlook interior 30D model

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We show the 3 Outlook floorplans below.  The first is the 29B (MSRP $83,763) with a length of 29'9".  2 slides with a queen bed as well as a sofa bed:

Winnebago Outlook interior floorplan 29B

Next we show the 31C (MSRP $84,973) with a length of 30'4".  A queen bed as well as a sofa bed once again, but with a longer dinette/sofa bed slide, an entry door further forward and a kitchen stretched out along one side.  A nice use of the space.  Both this floorplan and the one above have an optional front overhead entertainment center.

Winnebago Outlook interior floorplan 31C

Finally we show the new-for-2009 30D floorplan.  This is very different from the floorplans above.  The whole rear area is opened up with 2 slides and a beautiful U-shaped dinette replacing the bedroom arrangement.  The sofa/sleeper arrangement makes this possible and the rear corner entertainment center makes it all a really innovative use of the space. 

Winnebago Outlook interior floorplan 30D 

The front arrangement of the Outlook 30D really does show innovative thinking.  The bathroom and wardrobe behind the driver's cab are a little different and the slideout staircase that stows neatly away below the wardrobe cabinet is a terrific idea. The front bunk area also features a skylight and an optional 15-inch LCD TV.
We think this really is a very exciting floorplan - congratulations Winnebago!

Winnebago Outlook 30D model front arrangement


Base MSRP from $83,763
"User friendly floorplans loaded with SmartSpace design elements and the new innovative 30D floorplan".
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Readers' comments
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KatnDaveMoved up from a 5th wheel to our 2009 Winnie Outlook 30D when it first came out and the floor plan has yet to disappont. The space we enjoy without the dedicated bedroom is the best and with the two slides, well it's like stepping into your living room. While the model comes with a few sleeping options, we choose to utilize the over cab bunk and find it quite comfortable. I've made a few modifications to our Outlook since we got it that have made it even better. One being the addition of a power conditioner and the installation of a second captains chair in place of the sofa. The only complaint I would have for Winnebego is that the Outlook does not come with a gravity fill outlet for the fresh water. The fresh water tank can only be filled when hooked to a water supply. Oh well, you can't have everything. We love traveling in or Winnebego 30D home away from home. :-)
WachhobagoHubby and I just saw this floor plan in person for the first time last weekend and our jaws nearly hit the floor! Since we don't plan to "camp" much, but rather do a lot of tailgaiting, the plan works for us. We LOVE it!
R H ZentgrafI think that Winnebago has hit a triple, not a home run with this class C and it's innovative use of space.They need to pay more attention to the shoebox thinking with better aerodynamics. Now if we can get the chassis manufactures to come step up to the plate with more efficient chassis & powertrains we will see a home run.
Tim CooganI just love the new floorplan, I think Winnebago really are thinking out of the box. We had a C and never used the overcab bed but I really think we would with this arrangement.
doug tI think the 30D floorplan really is cool. Nicest arrangement I've seen with a class C. We've had 2 C's. Both of them had the overcab bed arrangement which we never used and neither of them had slides. We had a queen bed in both but the sleeping arrangements with the 30D really would have suited us better.
Jim and Kate HopkinsWe've had two winnies and the Outlook is really better than our 2003 minnie 31C. Would have loved to have the 2009 Outlook 30D floorplan. Maybe next time. I really would recommend the Outlook to anyone, we love ours.
John KentI'm not surprised this is the top Class C. We have a 1999 Minnie now Outlook and we truly love it. It really is well designed and manufactured. We have the Ford V10 chassis and we've had no problems with it. The kids love the overhead bed and the layout and quality of fittings are really good. Obviously I'm not the only one that loves the Minnie (Outlook) no wonder it's number 1!!

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