Three big cheers for Winnebago Industries’ latest ‘assisted’ ERA Class B motorhome.
Winnebago is an “experienced leader in the design and manufacture of vehicles that enable individuals with special mobility concerns to travel freely and comfortably,” states an item posted on RV News Service.
Built on an 8,550-lb. GVWR Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, the 2010 model runs somewhere in the mid-$90,000.
Ricon KlearVue™ lift in the rear of the motor home that helps with easy access. The low profile design allows an unobstructed view out the windows of the rear entrance door.
Wider aisle-way for easier navigation inside the motor home
Wheelchair lock-downs are provided on the driver’s side of the vehicle behind the front cab seats.
Bath doors swing out for easy access into the bathroom
Custom galley with sink, stovetop, microwave mounted under stovetop for easy access, and Waeco refrigerator which extends on a sliding tray from the end of the galley cabinet
Read more in RV News Service by clicking here.
Photo: Winnebago and RVNewsService.com