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Old 01-03-2020, 09:19 PM   #1
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Via/Reyo question

Does any one know why Winnebago stopped making the Via and Reyo?

Was it simply a question of them not selling well?

I like them, but used ones are so expensive. I presume due to the fact they aren't made any more, and there is a short supply.
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:59 PM   #2
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I can't answer your question but we like them too.


After looking at some other bit smaller RVs we are having an appointment tomorrow to look at and test-drive a low mileage, mint condition 2011 Reyo 25Q. We already briefly looked at it a few days ago and my wife loves it (so do I).. I hope it is a more pleasurable driving experience then our current RV. We already noticed that the fit & finish and the feel of the materials is definitely several steps above the Sightseer/


I'll let you know what we decide. And yes, they are pretty expensive compared to other small RVs (Thor Axis or Vegas).
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We did buy the Reyo. What a great little motorhome, it drives like a dream compared to the Sightseer we had.
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Old 02-07-2020, 07:21 PM   #4
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My wife and I love these.
We went from a 40 footer, to a Class B Sprinter and before we sold that we said we wish we would have gone the VIA route.

When we came back (now) and began to look for them, learning that 2018 was the final year was a bit disheartening. We don’t hate the View or Navion, but these were far nicer to the eye and the price was similar.
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