20 Facts About the 2013 Winnebago Era…

January 7th, 2013 by




Let’s face it. Knowing the difference between quality and cruddy in a RV can often be a daunting task. 

Basically, it can take a little a little digging. Thankfully, we offer an easy solution – the 2013 Winnebag Era.

Even more, here are 20 things you probably didn’t know about the Era.


  • Rated one of the best North American “B Class” motorhomes on the market.
  • General features include: galley, touch screen radio and rearview monitor, and LED lighting.
  • Designed with you in mind, space and comfort were key elements in the making of this luxury live-in.
  • Interior features: black out roller shades, powered sofa/bed, and tinted windows. There is also a removable storage cabinet included.
  • Some Metro decore options available are Cocoa ultraleather, dove wall fabric, and night sky countertops. Balance options correspondingly are available in parchement ultraleather, white sand wall fabric, and country lane countertops. Each option is accented by the cafe’ cherry cabinetry.
  • The flexbed system used here can interchange between an oversized queen sleeper into two individual twins.
  • Additionally, a powered sofa bed is available that can fold out into a large sleeper located at the end of the motorhome’s interior.
  • Overflowing cab amenities: Adjustable seats with lumbar support, as well as several optional additions such as the GPS with voice guidance, multifunctional entertainment player, USB connection, and Bluetooth.
  • Gally amenities: Stainless steel sink, range top, cold-water filtration system, microwave oven, and refrigerator/freezer combo.
  • The exterior comes equiped with a patio awning, slide out compartment tray, as well as porch light making your time spent outside a little brighter.
  • You can also customize your panel trim to stainless steel if so desired.
  • Stay warm on frosty nights with a furnace rated at 16000 BTU.
  • When mid-summer days keep you inside the luxurious roof A/C will keep you cool (high efficiency, 13500 BTU).
  • Graphic options available are Silverstone (more classic and boxed with sharper detail edging) and Saddle (more modern and curvy in appearance). Floor plan options to choose from include the Era 70A and Era 70X. While few differences are detected mechanically between the two of them, the floor plans are not quite the same. The only substancial difference in performance is the holding tank capacities. 70A at 10/26 (Black/grey{sq} gal) while the 70X rates 10/21.
  • Some safety features of the model 70A may include Child seat teather anchors, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and 10 BC fire extenguisher.
  • While the bathroom of this model may be a bit of a tight squeeze, it offers a shower with flexible showerhead, bath cabinet, three compartment soap dispenser, and shower curtain.
  • Chassis optional equipment for the 70A may also allow for the choice of stylized aluminum wheels.
  • This particular Winnebago is presented to have very reasonable fuel economy.
  • Also, this Winnebago is raved about as being spacious and comfortable according to it’s specifications: Height: 9’11”, Length: 24’1, Width: 6’4″ 

So, after careful consideration, when it comes to the little things, this package brings a little bit of everything to the table to suit all appetites.

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