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Winnebago launches new towables at Hershey Show

Winnebago Ultralite 27RBDSHERSHEY, Pa. — Winnebago Industries is debuting the new Winnebago Ultralite this week at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pa.

The all-new Winnebago Ultralite offers lightweight towability with a touch of class, the company reported in a press release, noting everything about the Ultralite 27RBDS feels like home – its queen bed with a luxury memory foam mattress, roomy wardrobe, double shower, solid-surface countertops, large pantry and energy-efficient LED lighting.

The aerodynamic shape and enclosed underbelly provide exceptional “wind-slip,” reducing drag and increasing fuel economy, while the Stable-Track axle design smooths out the ride and reduces sway caused by crosswinds or passing traffic, according to the company.

Another highlight of the Hershey Show is the SunnyBrook Raven 3600RK fifth wheel.  This “home away from home” features a bedroom/bathroom suite with a large 60-inch shower, solid surface countertops, energy-saving LED lighting and unique back-lighting in several areas to highlight the comfortable interior.

Frameless windows, a keyless entry, an unobstructed storage area, slam latch luggage doors and a color-coordinated roof are all standard on the Raven.  The Extreme Weather Package provides radiant insulation in the roof and floor, enabling the Raven to reach an R-30 equivalent insulation value.

Winnebago Industries will also have the full complement of 2014 Winnebago, Itasca, Winnebago Touring Coach and SunnyBrook products on display at the show.

SOURCE: Winnebago Industries press release

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