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Winnebago’s M-Series Travel Trailer Offers Everything You Need, Nothing You Don’t

The Lightweight Line of Towables Blend Innovative Design and High-Quality Construction at an Affordable Price

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Innovative, thoughtfully designed, and incredibly well-built are just a few of the superlatives used to describe Winnebago RVs. With the introduction of the M-Series line of travel trailers, you can add “affordable” to that list. The lightweight towable delivers everything we’ve come to expect from the iconic brand in a budget-friendly package that will delight new RVers and veterans alike.

Winnebago M-Series

Photo Credit: Winnebago

Simple, elegant, and functional, the M-Series travel trailer is available in two floorplans. The 25′ 8″ 2225MK model features a centrally located galley, while the 26′ 7″ 2326RK moves the kitchen to a rear corner layout with wraparound windows. Both models include a versatile multifunctional dinette, large sofas, and primary bedrooms with queen-size beds, wardrobes, and nightstands. Each can comfortably sleep four and have bright, airy interiors thanks to a multitude of windows and skylights.

The M-Series gives RVers all of the essentials while still hitting a very budget-friendly price point. Both floorplans are very nicely equipped with heated and enclosed holding tanks, a 200W solar panel, a 30-amp charge controller, and a 13,500 BTU A/C unit. The travel trailer also features Wi-Fi prep, TV prep, a powered awning with LED lighting, and an exterior wash station.

Winnebago M-Series

Photo Credit: Winnebago

Inside, the galley kitchen includes a large sink, a two-burner cooktop, a microwave convection oven, and a 10.3 cubic foot 12V refrigerator. The spacious bathroom has a full shower, basin sink, and a porcelain toilet. Both areas offer ample counterspace and wood cabinets that provide a generous amount of storage.

With a GVWR of just 6,000 pounds, the M-Series is easy to tow, too. Unlike larger, heavier models, this towable can easily be pulled behind a mid-size pickup truck. With an exterior width of 7′, the travel trailer is agile and maneuverable, easily sliding in and out of any campsite. And once in place, an automatic tongue jack and manual stabilization jacks make camp setup quick and easy.

Winnebago M-Series

Photo Credit: Winnebago

Everything about the M-Series is designed to make RV camping as effortless and accessible as possible, including the price. The 2225MK floorplan starts at just $27,860, while the larger 2326RK has a starting price of $29,330. Both models are backed by Winnebago’s industry-leading service and support, including 24/7 access to online technical information. Winnebago owners also become part of one of RVing’s most friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating communities.

To learn more about the Winnebago M-Series—or any of the company’s other outstanding RVs—visit

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