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Old 06-05-2013, 07:58 AM   #1
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2011 Winnebago Vista 26QP

Hi, Folks -

I hope I'm asking this in the right forum; I'm a newbie to this site.
I'm looking to purchase my first RV, and I'm looking at a 2011 Winnebago Vista 26QP. However, the consumer reviews that I've read indicate that this unit handles very poorly - and potentially dangerously - in windy conditions.

Safety is of primary importance to me, so before I proceed further, if any of you have experience with this unit, would you please share your opinions about it? I'd really appreciate your help. Thanks much,


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Old 06-05-2013, 08:14 AM   #2
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Joe, This is an E450 based rig. It's also a Class-C, not a Class-A, so you might post your question over on the Class-C forum - you'll get more help there.

I haven't driven it, but generally all Class-Cs are subject to being pushed around by the wind. A good alignment with proper caster help a great deal and there are additional aftermarket devices that can be added (safe-t-steer) that can help.

I would be shocked if it handled worse than any other Class-C on the same chassis.
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