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With the release of Winnebago’s second EKKO floor plan on the Sprinter chassis, it’s natural to think about the differences between the two and to wonder which one might work better for you.  Since we’ve owned a Transit EKKO (or, TrEKKO) for years, and since we recently spent a day reviewing the Sprinter EKKO (or SprEKKO), we thought we’d share our perspective on the differences between the two. Check it out!


A couple prerequisites may be helpful as you watch this.

First – this video assumes you’ve seen our EKKO Sprinter complete review.  If you haven’t yet, watch that one.

And if you’re not familiar with the original EKKO Transit, our detailed review of that is here.

Our video focuses on the 6 areas where we found the greatest differences between the two rigs.

  1. The gear garage
  2. The exterior size
  3. The driving characteristics
  4. The bedroom
  5. The front lounge area
  6. The electrical systems

There’s not a winner or a loser here.  The two coaches are simply different in these areas.  And which one might work better for you is something you need to figure out, based on how you RV.  Hopefully, this video helps with that.

If you’ve got any questions or comments, sound off in the comments below and we’ll try our best to get them answered.