New Ford Transit-Based motorhomes will feature a new, more efficient design that offers better maneuverability and fuel economy, something younger RV hobbyists are looking for. More and more big names in the RV world like Winnebago are adopting Ford’s more practical design.
The Winnebago Fuse, the latest Class C RV that used the Ford Transit chassis, is a smaller model than typical large motorhomes, made in response to growing demand for RVs that can go to national parks as well as RV parks. A large subset of RV users who are more active than ever want an RV that can get them there comfortably and affordably.
The Winnebago Fuse will be on sale in January with two different bedroom configurations and numerous available add-ons. Other manufacturers producing Transit-based RVs are Thor Motor Coach and various Forest River Inc. brands. If that wasn’t enough, the Ford Transit also provides more options for Class B vehicles, also called campers.
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