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Old 02-07-2016, 10:30 AM   #1
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WGO View 24H

Looking to buy a WGO View 24h and wanted to know if the couch can be opened into a bed with the slide in.

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Old 02-08-2016, 12:43 AM   #2
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I own a 2008 view 24h. Yes the couch can be opened with the slide in. It bumps up against the dinette though so there will be no aisle. Not a biggie unless you also have folks in the overhead bunk; they will have to crawl over you to use the bathroom if needed at night.

We are happy with our 24h. It's the best floor plan for our family.
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Before you buy, look at the new Winnebago Fuse 23T (also a 24 foot).
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View/Navion vs. Fuse

I am also looking into getting a View or Fuse. How does the Fuse compare to the Sprinter base class C? I know it's cheaper, but how about driveablilty, fuel economy, etc.. If you have test driven a Fuse, please let us know. TIA
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I am also looking into getting a View or Fuse. How does the Fuse compare to the Sprinter base class C? I know it's cheaper, but how about driveablilty, fuel economy, etc.. If you have test driven a Fuse, please let us know. TIA
All small class C's like the Navion and Fuse have limited storage, especially with the outside cargo bays. The Fuse even more so than the Navion.

Check out the Winnebago site and you can see all the specs on both the Navion models and the Fuse.
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The Mercedes chassis have more towing capacity than the Fuse. In case your interested in towing.
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