Originally Posted by Larry Mac01
Can anyone direct me to or list the hierarchy of the trim levels for Winnebago's Class A coaches?
Be advised that the hierarchy includes more than trim levels. While they all have microwaves, water hearers, cook tops, televisions, etc. etc. the entry level ones do not use the same systems as the more expensive ones.
The top of the line Adventurer for instance comes with convection/microwave, 50 amp shore power service, and can be equipped with a 4 door residential refrigerator. To power the refrigerator when under way it has 4 deep cell batteries and a 2000 watt inverter.
The entry level Vista comes with a 30 amp shore power service, a gas absorption refrigerator, and a microwave (no convection) oven.
There are many differences between the entry level and top of the line models other than trim levels. The brochures do list many of the features available. However don't make assumptions that all systems are the same. Some friend of ours purchased a 2014 Impulse Silver (class C). I was surprised it didn't have an automatic transfer switch. If you wanted to go from shore power to the (optional) generator you had to unplug the power shore cord and plug in the generator.