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Old 12-03-2008, 12:42 AM   #1
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Default Class A on a Dodge Sprinter chassis

Class A on a Dodge Sprinter chassis. At 25' it may compete against Class B's. The longest current Sprinter true Class B is 24'.

"Winnebago Industries was the first manufacturer to introduce products built on the Dodge Sprinter Class C chassis and now we are the first to bring a Class A motor home built on the Dodge Sprinter chassis to the market," said Winnebago Industries' Chairman of the Board, CEO and President Bob Olson. "The new Via, and its Itasca counterpart, the Reyo, are innovative Class A coaches that combine design, space, efficiency and drivability into one compact 25-foot package. You won't find another motor home like it in the market place, and I'm proud to say Winnebago Industries did it first."
The Via showcases the new 25T at Louisville. Despite its compact 25-foot length, the Via offers impressive roominess with a front slideout room, a private bathroom area, fully equipped galley, and sleeping accommodations that are truly unique. In the rear, twin beds offer a flex bed concept that is easily converted into a queen bed for a larger continuous sleeping space. Additional sleeping space is also found up front with the new Studio Loft. This new "spare" bed system neatly tucks into the ceiling of the coach when not in use and conveniently pulls down to create a second bedroom area. Other highlights include the new Intellisense monitor panel that incorporates a LCD panel readout with touch screen technology, and the new Threshold RV Door. The exclusive Threshold door design is unique in that it has dual latching points and does not break the seal plane for the latch and hinge connection points. This creates a more secure and quieter door. It also features a unique residential style window with built-in screen than eliminates the need for a separate screen door. The Winnebago Via and Itasca Reyo will be available in the market in summer 2009.
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Old 12-23-2008, 06:02 PM   #2
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Default Re: Class A on a Dodge Sprinter chassis

Based on the position of the rear axle/wheels, I'd think it'd be a challenge to drive in a crosswind
or on a winding road, especially if the holding tanks are aft of them and loaded.
Looks like a longer View to me, but I'm no expert on Sprinter chassis B's.
Wonder how pricey it'll be?
It's not a sprint(er) (unless you make it one), it's (hopefully) a marathon.
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