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Voted Most Helpful Review 2017 Winnebago Paseo 48P

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We really like the floorplan (given class B limitations) and the Ford platform really works well. The cabinetry looks great, but I've had to repair a bunch of stuff they just didn't put together well (combination of sloppy work and too-small wood screws). I need to investigate the suspension option mentioned in the first review...it's a total tail dragger. Don't go off hardpack because it doesn't like any sand at all! Ours came with a 100w panel which didn't cut it. We added a 160 auxiliary panel and now that pulls the refridgerator and exhaust fan all day long, plus the odd lights. One weird note: there are three plugs for panels on the roof with just the one in use...those all go through the controller. But the plug on the side DOES NOT go through the controller. There is no more room on the roof for any additional panels, so you have to buy an entire auxiliary kit with controller vice just an additional panel.
- , California

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Voted Most Helpful Review 2017 Winnebago Paseo 48P

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7th month of owning this outstanding coach, 30 days on the road already. Just got back from 7 days of dry camping in Yosemite. Solar keeps the fridge/freezer cold in 100 degree heat with two extra solar panels ($550). The workspace table behind the passenger seat can be shortened for $125 enabling the seat can recline (otherwise you sit straight up!). My hubby and I are 5'11" so we added a swing-out support to extend the bed to King length (another $125). Airbags in the rear are essential to clear curbs and dips ($2,500) and occasional off-road parking. Getting 18mpg highway loaded down with mountain bikes and luggage rack, goes down to 12mpg with our trailer, RZR and 2 motorcycles but the engine is a beast and it pulls easily up the hills, passing other RVs and big rigs. Overall, couldn't be happier. Just don't leave the awning out in ANY kind of wind-- it does not pull back reliably and will flip up/rip. I use it as my primary vehicle and love driving it but gas mileage around town is poor. No regrets, we love it. Everywhere we go people want to see inside. The lighting makes the space seem large and the screens allow us to sleep with wind flowing through. Can't say enough...it's great!
- , California

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