Winnebago to debut two new RVs at Tampa RV Show

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The following is a lightly edited press release from Winnebago

FOREST CITY, IOWA, January 15, 2020 – The Winnebago Solis and HIKE will make their consumer show debuts at the Florida RV Supershow, January 15-19, at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa.

The all-new Solis is a versatile camper van with a fiberglass pop-top that raises on hinges and gas springs to provide a loft sleeping area for two. The RV has all-season capability, a space-expanding rear door design with privacy screen and a heated bathroom that doubles as a drying room for wet gear.

“When creating the Solis, we focused on implementing durable and efficient features that pair well with a variety of outdoor recreation activities,” said Russ Garfin, Director of Product Management.

The Winnebago Solis

The 59P floorplan offers sleeping space for up to four adults with a loft above and a Murphy+ bed in the main living area that includes a table on the flipside to create a flexible workspace. “The Solis was designed for off-the-grid camping with a standard 220-watt solar panel and simplified winterization,” Garfin said.

The HIKE is a travel trailer with offset wheels, robust fenders and off-road tires for tough roads. Other features include: a multi-function front LP/gear storage area, contemporary interior styling and a rugged exoskeleton that can attach bikes, kayaks and other outdoor tools. All HIKE floorplans are under 4,500 pounds, allowing for a variety of tow-vehicle options.

All five HIKE floorplans will be on display at this week’s Florida RV Supershow.

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Two Buck Chuck

Likely Winebago dropped the Journey because of their new alliance with Newmar.

Jim Tibbles

I don’t understand why Winnebago has dropped the most popular model of their diesel pusher motor homes — The Journey. At the GNR (Grand National Rally) it appears there are more Journey motorhomes than any other model. They had an excellent product on the market, and they dropped it???