Is Navion a Class C motorhome?

Is Navion a Class C motorhome?

With luxurious details and features throughout, the Navion’s industry-leading amenities promise an unparalleled Class C experience. And with the new, dependable diesel-powered Sprinter VS30 chassis, you can stay in control, even off-grid.

How much does a Navion Winnebago cost?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $163,016 $128,950
Options (Add)
Total Price $163,016 $128,950

What class is a Winnebago Navion?

Class C RV
Winnebago Navion | Class C RV | Diesel Motorhome.

What is the difference between the View and Navion?

What is the difference between the Winnebago View and the Winnebago Navion. The answer quite simply is: The name. The only difference in these two models is literally the name. The Navion is a legacy name from when Winnebago Brands included the Itasca line of RVs.

Who makes Navion motorhome?

Winnebago Class C Motor Homes

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How tall is a Winnebago Navion?


Sleeps 6
Length 25 ft 6 in
Ext Width 7 ft 7 in
Ext Height 11 ft
Int Height 6 ft 8 in

How long is a Winnebago Navion 24j?

25 ft 6 in
Location: Main

Odometer 18
Length 25 ft 6 in
Ext Width 7 ft 7 in
Ext Height 11 ft
Int Height 6 ft 8 in

How much is a 2020 Winnebago?

The 2020 Winnebago Solis is designed to be budget friendly with a starting MSRP of $100,667.

How much can a Winnebago View tow?

Towing Capabilities – The View and Navion both have a factory installed 5,000 lb. tow package. However, keep in mind if your RV is fully loaded, using all of your OCCC, up to a full GVWR of 11,030 lbs. that you are still limited to the GCWR of 15,250 lbs.

Does Winnebago still make the Navion?

The 2021 Winnebago Navion is available in 3 different floor plan options, the 24D, 24J, and 24V. Each floor plan option features a driver’s side slide-out that extends to provide a larger living area, a SuperShellâ„¢ Sleeper Deck over the cab, and sleeps up to 4 people.

Is Itasca made by Winnebago?

Update: In November 2015, Winnebago decided to reintegrate its Itasca vehicles under the Winnebago name. These great models will continue, but under the Winnebago name instead of Itasca. At Guaranty RV, we work hard to provide the best brands and models of RVs on the road today.