Winnebago launches limited edition National Park Foundation Series of the large, Class A Vista and smaller, ProMaster Ram-based Solis. They debuted at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which ran from September 14 to 18.
The Vista National Park Foundation series (gallery below) comes standard with an upgraded solar energy system with three 115 watt panels on the roof. This setting provides three times the power compared to the standard setting. Rig ride SumoSprings, which uses micro-cellular polyurethane to reduce vibration and body hardness. The tent offers more than 300 square feet (27.87 square meters) of shade on two sides of the vehicle.
The Tailgate package is a significant exterior facility. A panel on the side of the vehicle opens to reveal a separate refrigerator, sink, and propane connector for the stove or grille.
This RV comes with all the features you could want. There is a three-burner hob and a two-door fridge/freezer combo. The bathroom separates the area for the toilet and shower. At the back, there is a king bed with two separate wardrobes.
The Vista National Park Foundation series (gallery below) comes in just one floor plan. It is 30 feet (9,144 meters) long and has room for five people to sleep in. Prices start at $221,034.
If you prefer something a little smaller and less expensive, then there’s the Solis National Park Foundation Series. Like Vista, this ProMaster-based model gets SumoSprings. It also gets a back drawer system that doubles as a table or outdoor cooking platform. Floor coverings and windows are insulated, and the van uses all-terrain tires with black wheels.
Inside, the kitchenette has a two burner stove and a small fridge/freezer. The wet bath combines the toilet and shower into one space. With the pop-up roof, there’s a 220-watt flexible surface solar panel, versus a 170-watt section with a fixed top.
This version of the Solis retails for $135,561. Like Vista, only one floor plan is available, and it can accommodate four people.