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Old 08-25-2015, 12:50 PM   #1
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winnebago vista 35 B

We currently own a 2013 Coachman Freelander 32bh. We have had it for 3 years. It has run well but we have had some issues with the water heater that have been resolved. we also found some leaks that can be remedied for about $5000. Not sure if we got a bad seed. So we are not sure if we should keep it or unload before more goes wrong with it. We were considering trading it in for a Winnebago Vista 35 B. We were told that that's what we get for buying an entry level rv. Was wondering if the vista is considered an entry level rv and if there are any reviews good or bad on this model.

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Old 08-25-2015, 01:42 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum, corbett692. Yes, the Vista is considered an "entry-level" product in the Winnebago Class A category line. That doesn't automatically mean it's poor quality, however. My opinion is that Winnebago makes a good product even in their "entry-level" products. They have very good factory support and have a lot of good dealers in their network. In their gas Class A model line, their current hierarchy is this:

Vista LX
Vista <----


Grand Tour

Itasca will have corresponding models. The Sunstar is the same as the Vista in the Itasca line.

Take a look at some of the threads in the "Winnebago Owner's Forum" of iRV2 HERE

And look through this ongoing thread where a lot of satisfied (and some not so satisfied, hah) owners are expressing their experiences HERE
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