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We continue to see more and more models of RV built on the Ford Transit chassis. When we were at the RVIA show in Louisville, we got to take a quick peek at the second floor plan of the Winnebago Fuse, the 23A, which is a twin bed model. We hit this one at the end of a very long day at the show, so it’s not our detailed review, but still enough to give you a sense of this new floor plan.
You may remember our first review of the Winnebago Fuse. We got to take a corner bed model out for a “test camp”, and we loved it. It was a lot more space than we’re used to in our Class B, but it wasn’t a lot more difficult to drive and maneuver. (And not more difficult to keep fueled either.) But as much as we loved that model, I think I like this twin bed floor plan even better for a few reasons.
The first being – even though this model has a slide, you do NOT need to deploy it to sleep. That makes for much easier quick stops (think: Wal-Mart). Also, this model had the Froli Sleep System, which we’ve come to know and love in our own Travato. And finally, there’s the second table, which means everyone has space to set up and write blog posts while on the road.
(OK. Maybe that’s not a big concern for everyone else, but it comes up with us quite a bit.)
Overall, we really liked this coach, and we’re glad to see more and more solid options coming out on the Ford Transit.
Check it out!