With fuel price concerns worrying Americans, Winnebago Industries is set to roll out a motorhome that claims 22 miles per gallon. Admittedly, the "Class B" (van conversion) motorhome won't be a hit with fulltime RVers, those who do want to get out and about while not breaking the fuel bank may find this the katzmaow.
The 2009 model ERA powers up on a small turbo-diesel engine, built on a Sprinter platform. List priced at $91,000, eager buyers will have to wait until after the turn-of-the-year to put their money down.
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