Rate your Winnebago View motorhome

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In this new feature, we ask RVtravel.com readers to rate their RVs — their overall satisfaction with the vehicle.

Winnebago ViewWe ask on all surveys to respond only if you own such a vehicle, and that the model is no older than six years. The idea is to provide a resource for buyers about how owners of a particular vehicle feel about it.

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Poll is now closed. These results are based on 67 votes.

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Michael Galvin
1 year ago

We have a 2017 Navion, and since it is the same as the View I answered. I gave Above Average since I think the J model is the best floorplan in the world and since the coach is now working fine. However, we fought 1.5 years, sometimes against a resistant Winnebago, to get repairs finally done.

linda irons
1 year ago

The first couple of outings were disastrous. Everything and anything went wrong. We have since corrected and our only on going problem is the “check engine” light. Never fails… where we are at, it comes on. Seems to be related to DEQ issues and Deft. We have cut several trips short, not knowing what the heck was going on. We recently purchased a “BlueDriver” and now we at least understand why the check engine light has come on. Also, keep in mind… not every Mercedes Dealer can service your motorhome.

Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  linda irons

HI, well, i don’t know what you mean by DEQ. In Michigan and other states, that refers to the Department of Environmental Quality which oversees water quality. Are you referring instead to the EPA? That’s the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Mercedes of a certain year or several are very prone to emissions controls issues. Mercedes was the first to engineer emissions for diesels using the DEF system, a urea-based system that drips DEF liquid into diesel exhaust to clean it. Earlier models, The components sometimes go haywire. Newer models are less susceptible, and I’ve not heard much complaint from owners of Ford Transit-based small RVs. Just remember they are covered under a Mercedes and federally mandated warranty that says Mercedes must repair components free. Unless your unit is over a certain mileage and year. Check that out.

Mark
1 year ago
Reply to  Bill

We just had our view serviced because of the check engine light and a dash warning of low def. it turned out the def was full sensors were bad and the catalyst converters had to be replaced due to blockage. This was all covered under warranty. 2015 view with 7100 miles