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2011 Winnebago Vista class A motorhome
See reader's comments and experiences at bottom of page

"Opens new doors to adventure with more features, more floorplans and more value in an exceptionally priced Class A coach - the new 35F is taking the market by storm"

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Important dimensions:
Exterior length 26'11"/36'3", Exterior width 8'6"
Exterior height 12'1" - 12'4", Interior height 6'8"
5 floorplans are available - we show these below
GVWR 16,000 - 22,000  lbs,  GCWR 26,000 lbs
Fresh/black/gray/fuel tanks - 64-84 / 37-64 / 38-52 / 80 gallons
Ford F53 Chassis, 362-hp 6.8L Super Duty V10 SE FI Triton engine
MSRP see dealer to right >>>


   And another exterior - from Lichtsinn Motors - the all-new 35F that is "taking the market by storm":
  

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome - the all-new 35F 
"The new 35F is taking the Class A gas market by storm..."

Winnebago says:  "The 2011 Winnebago Vista opens new doors to adventure with more features, more floorplans and more value in an exceptionally priced Class A coach. Conveniences such as the Comfort Sofa Sleeper in the 26P, 30W and 36D and high-end roller shades that smoothly retract with just a touch make you feel right at home. The new 35F even offers the added touch of a half-bath mid-coach and a private master bathroom with an incredibly spacious shower in the rear. The interior upgrade package is also available for those seeking an even more refined motor home experience. Say yes to fun and adventure this year in a brand new 2011 Winnebago Vista."
   
A Roaming Times' reader says:
"We have a 2007 winnebago and we really like it. This is our third class a and winnebago is the best."  Ken Croft
See other comments further down this page
   

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome 35F interior looking to rear 

The picture above shows the new 35F arrangement.  We show all the floorplans lower down this page but we feature this arrangement here.  Winnebago's VP of Sales and Marketing Roger Martin says: "The new 35F is taking the Class A gas market by storm. It features a bath and a half floorplan design, with a “BIG” 36-inch x 36-inch shower. Our impressive extendable sectional sofa is positioned mid-coach with a 32-inch LCD TV just opposite for optimal viewing from wherever you’re seated. This double slide floorplan also features a spacious galley with a large double door refrigerator, and exceptional bedroom storage with two wardrobes and a chest of drawers."

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome 35F floorplan 
Click for a larger picture


Another interior below (once again the 35F): 
 

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome 35F interior looking forward 

Standard Winnebago Vista interiors include: 32" LCD TV (26P, 30W, 32K, 35F), 40" LCD TV (36D), Amplified digital TV antenna system, Key-activated slideroom master lock switch, Satellite system ready, Blackout roller shades (lounge, dinette, bedroom), Mini blinds (galley), Vinyl floorcovering (excludes cab, slideroom floor and bedroom) (35F, 36D), OnePlace® systems center, Roof vent (lounge), Powered roof vent (bath), Tinted windows 

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome interior - impressive extendable sectional sofa is positioned mid-coach
Click for a picture of this as a sleeper

Just some of the standard kitchen specification : Thermo-formed laminated countertops, 2-door refrigerator/freezer, Microwave oven (26P, 30W, 32K), Microwave oven w/range fan (35F, 36D), 3-burner range top w/storage below, Vented range hood (26P, 30W, 32K). Optional Equipment: 3-burner range w/oven, Microwave/convection oven (26P, 30W, 32K), Microwave/convection oven w/range fan, (35F, 36D):
  

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome interior - showing living area and kitchen 

Just some of the bedroom features: Innerspring mattress, Bedspread, pillows and shams, Storage area below bed (NA 30W), Bunk beds w/foam mattresses and privacy curtains (32K). Optional Equipment: 2 DVD players w/8.5" LCD monitors and headphones (32K bunk beds), 19" LCD TV w/cable wall input
 

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome interior - bedroom 
   

Outdoor Fun
Winnebago have made this a really nice feature of the 35F and 36C:

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome outdoor fun features
  

Some other nice features:
  

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome interior - other features
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Decor choices:
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Winnebago Vista class A motorhome interior - decor choices 

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FLOORPLANS

Five really well thought-out arrangements. 
We featured the all-new 35F above, but take a look at the other new floorplan - the 36D  - Winnebago says "The new 36D floor plan offers a more conventional double slide layout that incorporates abundant storage and an available, innovative computer desk workstation. It all adds up to a motor home perfectly suited for full timers and experienced RVers looking for maximum Class A livability in a gas powered motor home at a very competitive price.

There really has been a lot of thought and effort gone into the new Winnebago Vista.  We're sure it will be very successful "with more floorplans, more features and" - no doubt many RoTi readers will appreciate - more value!  Congratulations Winnebago...

We show the 5 floorplans below - click for a bigger picture
 

Winnebago Vista class A motorhome floorplans - small picture, click for a bigger picture 




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"Opens new doors to adventure with more features, more floorplans and more value in an exceptionally priced Class A coach - the new 35F is taking the market by storm"
 
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Re: Winnebago Outlook class C motorhomeKatnDaveMoved 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. :-)
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Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeSteve DHas anyone noticed any issues with heat because of the dark exterior color?
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Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeLarryWe have taken our 2012 ERA to Reelfoot Lake Tennessee during Eagle-watching season and to the Everglades during mating season. In both locations we photographed birds from the window of the ERA using a bean bag mount and telephoto lens on the camera. At Reelfoot on a Mississippi River levee and on a loop road in the Everglades. Great photos. ERA is so maneuverable and comfortable. Wonderful vehicle.
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome justinemilyUltimate ideas about caravans and trailers.
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeGaryPurchased a 2008 Winnebago Destination 39W. Drove from NC to CT and averaged 9.5 mpg. Coach handled like a dream and was a pleasure to drive. Would recommend this coach to anyone.
Re: Winnebago Via class A motorhome sgborchertWe recently purchased a Via 25T. We are having great difficulty finding a bedding (fitted and top sheets) that fit the "twin" beds, as they are narrower than conventional twins. Does anyone know where to find sheets that actually fit? Also, how to cover the two additional pillows that convert the 2 beds to 1 larger bed?
Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeEllenI love the king sized bed!! My husband, chihuahua and I sleep like babies in it! The couch with a table is comfortable for dinners and tv watching at night. No twin beds for this family. Not yeat anyway!
Re: Winnebago Adventurer class A motorhomeMrs. SmithYour search engine is terrible!! When looking for specific rv reviews, it sends me everywhere but where I'd like to go...
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Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome ShadowPurchased a used 2008 View with 3000 miles on it in April 2010. Have put 32,000 miles including 4 trips over the Alaska Highway. Maintained very accurate mileage records and overall gets 15.5 mpg. Wind makes a big difference in mileages, as does #1 diesel. Occassionally get 18 and have experieced as low as 11.5 on I90 in S. Dakota in wind. Zero mechanical problems. ECR reprogrammed on recall but do not notice a difference. Drives like a dream although rough roads make it act like an RV. Added Aux sway bar from Sprinter Store and made a big difference in sharp corners, like Highway 1 thru the Oregon coast.
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeWayne D.We just purchased a 2008 Winnebago Destination and I was wondering if anyone else had this issue - when you try to level the unit the air bags don't dump - is this normal or has anyone else had this and if so how did you fix it?
Re: Winnebago View Class CR.H.R. Montana08 purchased 09. 55 thousand miles.Wind is big factor in MPG.Bed in back is high, hard to enter and hard to exit,but comfortable. MPG 12 to 16 at 65mph.$1200 for ten thousand check with replace plugs and service whole vehicle at a Mercedes dealer. MB warranty worked fine. MOst difficult to back up without hitting something. The wide angle camera lens is useless.should be a 24 millimter lens aimed so can see and judge hazards and following cars. Drives as good as a Cad.
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome mike hi have a 2006 view and think it great have used it alot sort trips log trips great for 4 people enjoy
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeNick GreenPosted last comment. 2008!!!!! not 1998. Sorry!!
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeNick GreenWe have a 1998 Winnebago Voyage since new. Love it BUT we have paint flaking off the roof edges badly. Assumed effects of sun but then illogical and why not off cars/boats. Anyone know of any defect/restitution? Thanks.
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeeric bMe , my wife and four kids have had our 37ft destination sence July 08 when new, we have had a nightmere of a time with it, 16 trips to 3 different shops from WA. State to south Cal. Still not fixed, we are in discussion of what Winnebago is going to do with our lemon, love the RV everything about it, but ours is a macanical, electrical and unsafe coach, I express this before here but I see it got deleted, we even almost got killed in it going 70 miles an hour and the parking brake (1 of many electric problems) decided to engage full brake of highway in the middle of day, almosted wreaked and almost got ran over by big rig trucks cause I could get completely off the high way, way very feared for my family's life, for that much money it should be a better coach, ill update what winn. Is going to do with it . Lesson learned, if you have a good coach, don't trade it in! Till next time, I'm Eric b.
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Re: Winnebago View Class CPRCI HAVE A 2009 VIEW 24H WITH ABOUT 5000 MILES AND ONLY 1 PROBLEM SO FAR A SPIT IN THE TURBO HOSE AT 3,500 MILES. HAD TO LIMP HOME BELOW 40 MPH BECAUSE THE ENGINE GOES INTO THAT MODE WHEN THERE IS AN AIR LEAK. HAS BEEN A GREAT RV SO FAR WITH NO OTHER PROBLEMS, AND WINNEBAGO MAKES A GOOD PRODUCT. STILL TOO MUCH RV FOR ME THOUGH AND WILL BE DOWNSIZING TO THE 2012 WINNEBAGO ERA VAN.IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO SEE HOW MUCH BETTER THE POWER IS BECAUSE OF THE UPGADE THEY MADE LAST YEAR TO 188 HP 325 TORQUE OVER THE 156 HP AND 280 TORQUE.PLUS THE VAN IS ABOUT 2000 LBS LIGHTER, SO SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH POWER ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY WITH THAT PACKAGE.
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Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome StephanieKThe Via/Reyo come with a single door as standard. An optional drivers door is available, but the option costs a little over $1000. We debated quite a bit over this but decided to save the money and ordered ours without it.
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome Hastings LambI recently purchased a 2012 Winnebago Via 25Q and had a serious engine problem causing my vehicl to suddenly and rapidly decelerate. Come to find out it was a defective EGR valve and mercedes benze repair facility told me he had seen several Via's recently with the same problem. It caused considerable financial problems involving vacation interruption and neither Winnebago nor MB is willing to help. Any like or similar situations as it almost caused a highway accident between my Via and several fast moving semi trucks!
Re: Winnebago View Class CChinook RV'erHi Rich, Checkout Chinook Class C. Your not going to get great MPG, ( 10-12) however the Ford V10 has plenty of power And Chinook is a wonderful RV. Also the Chinook owners club is great, with plenty of help from the owners.
Re: Winnebago View Class CRichMandrakeIm a newbie but looking for a reliable class C and really like the View...a Buddy of mine who is somewhat knowledgeable said he has heard directly from an owner/owners that the view has poor power and that carrying any load up a hill you have to shift down to first gear...He suggests a Class C with a more powerful engine....Any feedback on your Experience with the View's power when going uphill or towing?..thanks...Rich
Re: 2010 Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeRoger SThis model is designed for couples who do not set up long-term camp in an RV park. Great for road trips and stops of a few days in state and national parks. Agile, great mileage (18-20mpg), comfortable (for 2 adults).
Re: Winnebago View Class CNangagutza We've had a '07 View J since Sept, '06, 52K miles on it. We love it BUT. We've had three turbo resonators before this aluminum one, an intake temp sensor, the engine-house solenoid, new set of steps, the entire power center, three sets of batteries, new rear brakes and rotors and the engine air conditioning is now out. It handles well, but low speed sway is something to behold. Get seasick driving out of a parking lot. We've had it across the country a couple of times and up to the Arctic Circle. Capacities are good for boondocking for a week with care. A little short on storage and weight capacity, and it seems there is always something wrong, but otherwise an almost perfect little tripper. Wish Winnebago would spend a little more on making it more reliable.
Re: Winnebago Vectra Class ADon HumphreysWe have checked out many different brands of RV's and for now been basically happy with the Winnebago/Itasca models. We did own a gas model - a 2008 Itasca Sunrise- but deep down, I knew a diesel was what I wanted and so we traded for 2002 Winnebago Journey. I also like the Vectra and may trade in a few years for a slightly newer Vectra model. From what I can tell, all RV's regardless of the manufacturer have issues. IF you are not a fixer-upper person, what's important is to go with a brand that offers a warranty and it will be helpful to find a dealer who will be there for you. The good thing about Winnebago is that they are still in business and do have a dealer network across the US for service. If you are new to RV-ing, it will be helpful to keep in mind that all RV's will need maintenance from time-to-time. I would say that that I would consider Winnebago to be the the minimum quality coach I would consider and it might be good to avoid some of the other 'discount' brands.
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome Reyo ownerI don't see a site for the Reyo, which is similar to the Via. It looks nice, gets about 15 mpg but it has a plethra of problems. We have ours in for engine repair once in AL, LA, NC, twice in FL and over seven times in CT. We had the EGR replaced X3, turbo resonator X2. We have been towed, spent overnights in hotels awaiting service, had to rent cars while we waited for parts as the engine kept going into limp mode. We still have a problem with the antipollution system and have been waiting almost a month for a delivery of parts. One part was not available in the USA or Germany. We also had repairs or replacement to the coach in AL, RI, FL, and CT., including a new window shade, motor for Kwikee stairs, new refrigerator after losing medication and food, range hood fan, closet door, water valve that fell apart, entrance door handle, door shade, kitchen drawers, noisy windshield, inverted tv/radio switch, crackling exterior paint, insulation falling on dash, slideout rewired. Winnebago will not take the 7 month old unit back. We can't use it until the engine is repaired. We are waiting for a new closet door, and exterior paint repair. We have yet to travel without needing repair work.
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome SharonDo any of the View Profile owners pull a tow-car? If so, what kind, and what has your experience been?
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome Robert RyanThis is very similar to the Australian Esperance Supreme. Except it is built on a Isuzu Gaily chassis.
Re:Winnebago Outlook2007 winnebago outlook 29BThe 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.
Re: Winnebago Via class A motorhome Caroline TBeautiful. I really like the extra bed over the cab, just like a class C. I think I'd much rather have this than a C and I like the fact that it's diesel.
Re: Winnebago View Class CGentsu GenWe are now 4,000 miles into a View 24H. Here is the straight scoop on mileage: if you are not loaded to the max (we run about 700 lbs below GVWR) and go 60 mph on a flat road, this thing gets an honest 19 mpg! Run at max weight at 72 mph (my car speed on CA freeways) and you drop to 14. My advice: slow down and enjoy both the scenery and enjoy 30% better mpg!
Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeWILLIAM BURNSNEEDS TWIN BEDS
Re: Winnebago View class C motorhome Keith JI saw the videos of the View and the View profile. I think the View is nice but it would be difficult not to spend the extra and go for the Profile.
Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeLottieWhy doesn't ERA offer twin beds?
Re: Winnebago ERA Class BDarleneFive thousand miles later I'm still finding new touches and loving it. Handles like a race car, though its high CoG means it doesn't corner at speed, but it will do a u-turn on a cow path! Plus, I enjoy standing around gas stations graciously accepting compliments on what a beauty she is. Still, I'd like at least foot of closet hanging space and a couple of wide, shallow drawers for clothes (but don't take the rod out of the bathroom). Like the border agent said, now I really am living the dream - 1/5/2011
Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomeljsTwin beds a must
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Re: Winnebago Vista class A motorhomeken cooperLove the one and a half bathroom arrangement. Great idea. I have a 2010 Vista 30W. Really like it but if this arrangement had been available I'd have gone for it. One day maybe.
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeLisaMy husband and I are looking to buy a 2008 Destination, Gas rear-pusher (workhorse chassis) and would like feedback from other owners. Any regrets buying the gas and not the diesel? Any problems with the gas model? Any advice and opinions welcomed!
Re: Winnebago Outlook class C motorhomeWachhobagoHubby 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!
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeBoydJust purchased 2009 Latitude 37 340 hp Cummins drove from Red Deer Alberta to Palm Springs averaged 10.4 on way down power and engine brake is great. Basement air is working hard to keep up in 110 degree heat. We were expecting air ride to be much better than our old gas Southwind , it is better but we still experience alot of body roll. Unit is new and we are going to put on higher end shocks.Overall we love the unit it seems to have better construction than the others we looked at in same price range.
Re: Winnebago Destination class A motorhomeBea PAThe man who got 10 mpg NC to FL is probably right. We get close to 10 mpg PA to FL every year. Down hill almost all the way then around 7 coming home. We have a deisel now but our Ford Adventurer gas was the same.
Re: Winnebago ERA class B motorhomePQBYou can pay a lot more money for a fancier version of this on the 2500 or particularly the 3500 chassis. But the 2500 chassis ERA is good value and good enough - everything about this ERA RT works well for 2 adults and 2 little kids on roadtrips so long as we don't want to live in it or try to pile too much weight in it. Even with the storage cabinet, it's a little light on luggage space, so don't forget the Thule hitch mounted trunk which will fit without an extender. We think the Sprinter may be the most competent vehicle ever produced even in the "industrial" version. You have to drive it to believe it.
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