Thinking of a road trip for a vacation? One of the most popular ways to do this, is in a recreational vehicle; also known as an RV. As you may know, of the more well-known brands, is Winnebago. The newest model, Aspect, has some wonderful amenities.
There are two floor plans available, making more available space and offering more options. Interior design can include UltraLeather covered seating, accent rope lighting and pleated window blinds. While your passengers are traveling, there are entertainment features that include a 26 inch LCD television, DVD player and 5 speaker sound system.
You shouldn’t need to find a place to stay for the night, as the Aspect has all that you need for living. Appliances include a 2 door refrigerator and freezer, 3 burner range with a vented hood, convection/microwave oven that cooks and browns like a conventional oven in half the time, and plenty of drawer space for your kitchen tools and utensils.
To keep everything running well, the heating and plumbing system are important. The freshwater tank holds 33 gallons and an 18 gallon LP capacity. A 30,000 BTU ducted furnace keeps you warm while the 13,500 BTU roof-mounted high-efficiency air conditioner keeps you cool. The thermo insulated windows and roof vents are designed for efficient climate control. Electricity to run all your gadgets is provided by a deep cycle Group 31 battery.
Of course, a motor home wouldn’t be such, without the driving ability. The Winnebago Aspect has a Ford E450 chassis. The engine is a 305 horsepower, 6.8L Super Duty V10 SEFI Triton. Transmission is a 5-speed automatic, and the vehicle has 4-wheel ABS. Towing your family car or other vehicles like ATVs on a trailer, is possible with the Trailer Hitch 5,000 lbs drawbar and wiring with a 7-pin connector. Other features you’ll probably like are conveniences such as power steering and cruise control. Power locks and tilt steering wheel may not be important, but are certainly nice.
Your vacation can be much more relaxing when you’re not restricted to staying in hotels with checking time restraints and service fees.