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Winnebago Brings Back Minnie Winnie

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine


Winnebago Industries has re-introduced its iconic Winnebago Minnie Winnie name, launching a new Class C product line with a targeted MSRP starting around $60,000.

The Minnie Winnie is debuting with the 31K floorplan at the Elkhart County RV Open House in northern Indiana. The Minnie Winnie will be available in four floorplans, with lengths ranging from 25-31 feet. The 31K floorplan offers a large U-shaped dinette, full-featured galley, a 32-inch LCD TV, flexible sleeping options and generous storage including a large rear trunk.

“We’re providing an introductory peek at the 2014 Minnie Winnie to our dealers at both our Open House and the upcoming RVDA Convention. This product will also be available in the new Itasca Spirit line,” said Scott Degnan, Winnebago’s vice president of sales and product management. “The new 31K Minnie Winnie and Spirit are value-packed and perfect for entry-level buyers or for rental applications.

Dealers attending the open house commented on the Forest City, Iowa-based manufacturers new line.

“I love the Minnie Winnie name and it’s great to see it back on a product that looks great, even better than I expected at this price point,” said Steve Jung of Colerain RV in Cincinnati, Ohio. “Winnebago Industries is right on target with the product and the price.”

“Everything about the Minnie Winnie says Winnebago quality with a great looking product with a lot of features for the price,” said Steve Flagg of Flagg RV in North Smithfield, R.I. “In fact, I just picked up a 2011 used Class C at auction for the same price the Minnie Winnie comes in at brand new. As an Itasca dealer, I’m looking forward to getting the new Spirit on our lot.”

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