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At Guaranty, we love RVing! We know we’re lucky—we get to spend all day every day thinking about RVs, researching the best makes and models, learning about great road trips and campgrounds, and generally keeping up on the latest RV-related trends, news and lifestyle tips. Best yet, our team of RV-enthusiast bloggers get to share all of that with you! If you’re curious about the latest and greatest in RVs and RVing, we invite you to visit the Guaranty Blog. Be sure to check back with us regularly for updates.

Where Can I Buy a 2018 Winnebago Revel?

You could buy the rugged 2018 4X4 Winnebago Revel at any authorized Winnebago dealer, but you should buy it at Guaranty RV Super Centers in Junction City Oregon! Why? Because, in our humble opinion, our after sale service and longstanding relationship with Winnebago make us the only place to buy your new 4X4 Winnebago Revel and start exploring destinations unlimited.

Who Needs a 4X4 RV?

This isn’t your grandparents RV industry. The RV industry continues to expand its offerings based on customer demand, and as the customer base widens so does the demand for new and inventive vehicle design. There are many ways to enjoy the RV lifestyle but not every RVer enjoys parking a 40-foot diesel pusher in a luxury campground. An increasing number of outdoor enthusiasts have embraced RV camping as a more comfortable base camp for exploring the great outdoors.
looking out These folks are more concerned with where the kayaks or bikes go than how many flat screen TVs the RV has, and until now they had very little option. Enter our good friends at Winnebago! Winnebago has been leading the industry in quality and innovation since their founding in 1958, with countless awards and accolades to prove it. The 2018 Winnebago 4X4 Revel is a perfect example of award winning innovation and quality construction. Voted the RV Pro 2018 Best in Show this no-nonsense adventure machine is long on innovation and quality. Built on the proven 4x4 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, with a powerful 3-liter turbo-diesel engine that provides 325 foot-pounds of torque to the on-demand 4WD system, featuring a high/low range mode for added off-road capability, means your chassis and power plant are some of the highest quality and long lasting available.Couple that with the RV design and construction quality of Winnebago and you have a true 4X4 RV that opens up a world of possibilities.

The Perfect Off-Grid Camper

As we mentioned before a growing segment of RVers are not content to leave the hustle and bustle of daily life only to park ten feet from your neighbor in a manicured RV park. Limited options often relegated this group to a 4X4 truck with a cab over camper, a tent trailer, or a modified utility trailer. None of which are ideal solutions to remote camping. Lack of gear storage and lack of creature comforts made these options incomplete. The other issues off the grid campers faced were power and fuel consumption.
A traditional RV has an electric power system and uses LP gas to heat the unit and to heat water. The Winnebago Revel does not use LP in any manner; instead it uses its electrical system and the Espar hydronic heating system for hot water and coach heat. The Revel is a diesel powered Class B motorhome and the hydronic heating uses that onboard diesel fuel to heat a glycol mixture that is then circulated through heat exchangers that provide a highly efficient heating and hot water system, even in sub zero temperatures. Being a Winnebago vehicle the engineers have even run the glycol system past the heavily insulated holding tanks to keep them from freezing. The Espar system is extremely efficient, in fact the Winnebago folks tested the system for 24 hours in 25-degree weather and it only consumed roughly a gallon of diesel fuel. To the outdoor enthusiast this means that now camping can be a year round prospect and the absence of LP gas makes the Revel safer in rugged terrain. Another benefit is you are now only concerned with one fuel source eliminating the need to break camp to fill up the LP even though you aren’t done camping. The electrical system is also an example of the intelligent design Winnebago is known for. A 200-watt solar panel array, 3 deep cycle AGM maintenance free 105amp hour batteries, and a 2000-watt inverter create a system that provides clean 12v and 110v power through out the coach. The balance of consumption and replenishment of power by the solar panels is nearly perfect, allowing worry free camping for long periods of time. That’s just the inside, the exterior features of the Revel also play a significant role in making it the off grid camper. The Mercedes Sprinter 4X4 chassis provides greater ground clearance and the optional all terrain TA’s from BF Goodrich ad another full inch.

The roof rack and ladder system allow for nearly endless gear
and toy storage options and if you still need more room,
Rear Doors and Ladder
Revel Garage Area the rear garage area provides an additional 140 cubic feet of storage when the power lift bed is raised. There are even built in tie-downs and a one piece, heavy duty, vinyl flooring for easy clean up.

Still not enough room for your stuff? Maybe try less stuff or use the powerful Mercedes diesel engine and the 5,000lb rated hitch to pull a trailer.
Revel Galley Inside, the Revel features a full galley, including a 2.5-cu. ft. compressor style refrigerator, and a surprising amount of counter space provided by the built in sink cover and the counter extension.

Lavatory Coset combination

The combination gear closet and all-in-one wet bath boasts a cassette-style toilet that eliminates the need for a separate black water holding tank and the need to drive the entire vehicle to the dump station. You can simply remove the toilets built in holding tank, much like a porta potty, and use a dump station or a gas station bathroom in a pinch. Add a dinette with a pull-up table that converts to additional sleeping space, and many more innovative features and the result is the new Revel: quite simply the most off-road capable RV Winnebago has ever built.

Why Winnebago, and Why a Winnebago from Guaranty RV Super Centers

Spoiler alert, it’s because we are both awesome! Guaranty and Winnebago go together like peanut butter and jelly, or chocolate marshmallow and graham cracker for our Campers out there, and we have been proud to sell the Winnebago product for over thirty five years. Winnebago is one of the largest independent RV manufacturers in the world with decades of experience making high quality and durable vehicles. Guaranty RV Super Centers is the largest single location independent RV dealer on the West Coast with decades of experience helping RVers get the most out of their RV and the RV Lifestyle. The longevity of both company’s should provide peace of mind that there will be support if for some reason you need technical advice or vehicle repair, and the shared philosophy of customer service as priority one means owning a Winnebago from Guaranty doesn’t make you a customer it makes you part of the family. And, as if you needed another reason, remember that here at Guaranty RV Super Centers “We Don’t’ Just Sell Fun, We GUARANTY It!”

Video Evidence

If you haven’t already seen our walkthrough video on the 2018 Winnebago Revel it is extremely informative and our presenter, Matt Elliot, has been selling Class B motorhomes for Guaranty RV since 1992 so he knows a thing or two.

Small Motorhome or Big Motorhome: Which is Right For Me?

When it comes to loving RVs, everyone has different things they’re looking for: some people want the biggest bang for their buck and some have dreamed of owning a classic Class A motorhome their entire lives. Deciding what kind of RV is right for your depends on a lot of things, from your budget to your lifestyle. When hitting the open road, you don’t want to end up with too much of what you don’t want or not enough of what you do!

Here at Guaranty, we want to help you make the best decision for you possible! In this blog post, we’ll talk about the difference between Class A and Class C motorhomes, the pros and cons of both, and whether a small motorhome (a Class B or C) is right for you.

What’s the Difference?

This is a question we get often at Guaranty! What is the difference between a Class A, a Class B, and a Class C?

To simplify things, here’s the breakdown:

A Class A motorhome is the largest type of coach you can purchase. These are perfect for large families or those who plan to live a full-time RV lifestyle. They are built on a heavy duty frame and chassis. Many models also have a motor in the back (leading to them being known as Pushers). Newmar makes some of the most luxurious, high-quality Class A motorhome’s out there, such as the Bay Star and King Aire.

A Class B motorhome is a van-style motorized coach that offers just enough room for a single person or a couple. They are extremely fuel efficient. When it comes to Class B’s, it’s hard to beat Pleasure-Way and Roadtrek, especially the Roadtrek Agile.

A Class C motorhome is smaller than a Class A, but larger than a Class B. They are the perfect combination of both: plenty of comfort, but shorter in length and with better fuel efficiency. Winnebagos make some of the best Class C motorhomes out there, like the Navion. As well, the Fleetwood Jamboree is a great option.

Pros & Cons of Class B’s & C’s

When it comes to pros and cons, Class B’s and C’s have a lot in common, but they do have a few differences. Let’s talk about the pros of choosing a smaller motorhome.

Shorter length. Both Class B and Class C motorhomes are significantly smaller than Class A’s, which means they are easier to maneuver through difficult or cramped campsites, parking lots, and more.

Driveability. For that reason (shorter length), those who are new to RVs often find them easier to drive, mainly because they are less intimidating. There still might be a learning curve, but Class B’s specifically are more likely to feel like driving a large van.

Simple setup at the campsite. Class B’s specifically are very convenient at campsites because they are so much smaller, making them easier to maneuver. Class C’s, as well, have the advantage of smaller size, making them easier to maneuver and set up.

Fuel efficiency. Both Class B’s and C’s have better fuel efficiency, in comparison to Class A’s. If fuel costs are a major concern, this is something to consider! On average, Class B RVs range from 18-25 mpg (gas) and 22 to 25 mpg (diesel). As well, Class C’s get around 17-22 mpg.

Cost. The cost of a Class B or Class C is going to be considerably less than a Class A, simply because of the size. As well, you can find some amazing deals on used models that can be spruced up with unique and creative interior remodels.

As well, Class B’s specifically are great for running other errands while camping because, again, they are smaller and easier to maneuver. That makes them especially convenient for day trips. Class B’s can also be parked in most driveways and don’t fall under the same restrictions in communities that do not allow motorhomes to be parked outside of the home; if you’re dealing with restrictions by a Homeowners Association, they are a great option.
Class C’s have enough room for an entire family, with plenty of sleeping room and storage space for a short vacation.

When it comes to cons, there are only a few—but depending on what you’re looking for, these can make the difference between a Class B or C and a Class A! Let’s go through them.

  • Limited amenities & space: both Class B and Class C have smaller living spaces than Class A RVs. If you’re planning a longer trip, this may pose a problem, even if it’s just you and your partner. There is little privacy when traveling or if the weather doesn’t allow for spending time outdoors, especially in Class B’s.
  • Smaller storage and cargo areas: If you plan to travel with a lot of stuff, the Class B and C’s just aren’t going to have as much room for large supplies, like golf clubs or barbecues.
  • Suitable for 1-2 people: part of the fun of RVing is often taking others with you! Class B’s, especially, are only appropriate for 2 people tops, perhaps a small child. Class C’s offer more room for a small family.

Is a Small Motorhome Right for You?

When starting your journey and buying your first motorhome, it can be intimidating for so many types available. Do you want to go big? Do you want to go small? It’s hard to decide! Fortunately, here are a few points to consider when you’re trying to decide if a small motorhome is right for you.
  • Are you planning to take multiple short trips? Class B and C motorhomes are ideal for taking multiple short trips. Class B’s, especially, are perfect for those who like to travel short distances on the weekend, like up to the mountains or to the coast. Their maneuverability and driveability make them ideal for these kinds of day trips or single night trips. Class C’s are best for long weekends.
  • Are you planning to travel with just yourself or your partner? If you’re planning to travel light and only with one or two people, a Class B or C is absolutely ideal. You’ll avoid having empty space. But, you might find yourself wishing you had a little more space to yourself in a Class B! If you plan to take a long trip and work along the way, a Class C would be ideal thanks to the additional space; you have more room to spread out and have a little privacy.
  • How comfortable are you driving? Both Class B and Class C motorhomes are easier to drive than a Class A. If you’re new to the RV world, these can help you get accustomed to driving an RV. Class B’s, especially, can be most similar to driving a large truck and therefore, have a smaller learning curve!
  • What’s your budget? For those with smaller budgets, Class B’s and C’s might cost more upfront, but they are more fuel efficient and require less upkeep, making them more affordable over time. As well, used options will be even more affordable, making them ideal for if you are testing the waters of owning an RV.

If all these features sound like a dream, then you’re in luck: a Class B or C motorhome is your ideal RV.

Hit the Open Road

Are you ready to take the plunge? If you know what you’re looking for now, it’s time to start the fun: looking at RVs to fit all your needs, as well as your lifestyle and budget. Don’t forget to check Guaranty RV Super Center’s inventory to see what options are available. If you need help finding the perfect motorhome for you, click here and we can help you!

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