Introducing the Vista 29VE

It's tailgating time, baby!

Don Cohen Don Cohen  |  04.11.2016

Winnebago Class A Gas product manager, Rick DeVries, says the VE stands for “very exciting.” And when you see all the features this affordable coach has to offer, we think you’ll agree.  Rick shows off the industry’s first-of-its-kind outside galley which is a tailgater’s dream come true.


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17 Comments

  1. ron tokarchik Posted on 04.23.2016

    Are any of your the handicap access able ? Or can be modified as such

  2. Harry Harris Posted on 04.23.2016

    Nice Coach! I would like one without the exterior TV or Kitchen. I would not use those items. My interest is Winter usage, driving and boondocking during the colder parts of the year. Having insulation to keep the unit warm and a larger LP tank to heat the unit. I live in Michigan.

  3. Carol Posted on 04.23.2016

    Could a washer dryer combo be integrated into this unit instead of the outside tailgating package or even inside somewhere?

    1. Don Cohen Posted on 04.23.2016

      Carol,

      You have to take the big step up into Winnebago’s Adventurer product line to get a washer/dryer.

  4. Bob Pearson Posted on 04.23.2016

    3 months ago I bought a Vista 31KE. The third RV in 3.5 years. As Rick said I should have purchased a Winnebago the first time. Looking at the full length slide with appliances I still think I got the best Vista. What I really wanted for Boondocking and parking at Casinos, Walmarts, etc. is a 28′ class A with no slide out. But its got to be a Winnebago.

  5. Paula Grissom Posted on 04.23.2016

    Winnebago boasts about a 10 year warranty on their roofs, that’s only if you are the original owner. Good luck if you’re not.

  6. John Shipman Posted on 04.23.2016

    I noticed the redesigned mount for the dash radio/CD/back up camera. Can you give me the part number for the redesigned dash plate that turns the camera towards the driver so we can actually safely see it? Thanks

    1. Don Cohen Posted on 04.23.2016

      Please contact either your local dealer or Winnebago Owner Relations at: 800-537-1885 to inquire about that part.

  7. Eli White Posted on 04.23.2016

    Nice coach, but I would also not need the tailgate package. As an active musician, I would prefer to have the additional outside storage for some of our equipment that would not fit in the normal outside storage units.

    1. Don Cohen Posted on 04.23.2016

      Eli,

      There may be some other Vista floorplans better suited for your needs. Check them out here:
      http://winnebagoind.com/products/class-a-gas/2017/vista/floorplans
      http://winnebagoind.com/products/class-a-gas/2016/vista-lx/floorplans

  8. Caddie Ann Joseph Posted on 04.27.2016

    We would not use an outside Kitchen. We do some “dry camping” and every once in a while have to use the generator. When it Doesn’t work,
    a ceiling vent in the main bedroom area would be most helpful. Why only one vent and that one in the living room area? With a MaxAir cover, the vent can be open and used even in the rain. Regardless of the size, an extra vent especially in the main bedroom area would enhance the usage of the RV to the maximum. Why has this been overlooked? AC
    is not always the answer… a vent is!

  9. david banker Posted on 04.29.2016

    Does any one know what model radio is in the 2017 vista 29ve

    1. Don Cohen Posted on 05.14.2016

      David,
      I went back and checked the video and it’s a Pioneer brand. If you call either a local Winnebago dealer or Owner Relations, they should be able to get you the proper model information. 800-537-1885

  10. Humberto Mares Posted on 09.10.2016

    I own a 33Ft Itasca Sunova, had taken it to Alaska Twice From Texas, the best MotorHome i ever own. The only problem that I have, no Ford dealers wants to do a simple Oil Change, if you ask Camping World, they tell you they do not work with on chassis. Can Winnebago provide with a list of dealers that work on chassis in the USA?.

  11. Penelope Valentine Posted on 10.30.2016

    We do not need nor want the bunk over the front cab. Much prefer the larger storage cabinets above. Manufacturers say it is an option but I have not found one RV without it-only if we go back to a 2013 model. Without having a ‘custom’ RV made for us, what are the options?? Also do not want nor need the outside kitchen or TV.

  12. Perry Baxter Posted on 12.31.2016

    I see in the video that there are return springs on the leveling jacks. Is there a mod to add those to a 2014 Vista 30T?? Our leveling system has been worked on numerous times. Are jacks down light comes on every time we start the motorhome. Everything in the system has been changed except one jack.

  13. c grandlund Posted on 12.31.2016

    We have a 2013 Aspect 27K. It came with a in motion roof mounted King Dome. This does not work. It will not read a satellite. We have Direct TV. There tecs have worked on it for 2 days with no results. Winnebago told us to take it to Camping World. We took the Aspect in. There tec worked on it for 7 hrs needed a new coax so installed it. $1200. Still no tv. ?? Camping World will not return calls
    Were told not under warranty Seems like someone should be responsible I am not too happy with Winnebago or Camping World. We just spend $1200 for nothing. Camping World didn’t even tell us what it would cost. Just handed us the bill. Camping World of Orlando. Now the trodle is sticking