Winnebago Touring Coach Travato Featured At Chicago Auto Show


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FOREST CITY, IA--Feb. 11, 2014: Winnebago Industries, Inc. , a leading United States (U.S.) recreation vehicle manufacturer, announced the appearance of the Winnebago Touring Coach Travato™ in the Chicago Auto Show, February 8 – 17, 2014. The Travato is appearing in the Ram Truck display at the Show, and was also featured in a private media event on Wednesday, February 5.

The Travato is the newest Class B motorhome to join the Winnebago Touring Coach™ lineup. At 20' long, the Travato is unbelievably agile, while still offering a full-feature RV experience that is perfect for the adventurous explorer. Built on the Ram ProMaster chassis, the Travato is value-priced with estimated fuel efficiency of 16-18 mpg. With swivel cab seats, LED ceiling lights, standard touch-screen navigation, a split dinette, and an abundance of features, the Travato delivers a whole new level of Class B value, style and living.

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