Winnebago Industries Inc. has announced a special promotion concerning the Winnebago ERA, a diesel-powered Type B motorhome.
Consumers that purchase a new 2009 model-year Winnebago ERA earn $7,000 cash back. Those who buy a 2010 model-year ERA earn $6,000 cash back. The cash back can be taken as a rebate or applied to the down payment.
This "Dough to Go" program is not available at all ERA dealers. Only dealers that have chosen to participate in the program are eligible. Consumers must visit a Winnebago dealership by March 31.
“The ERA is an impressive Class B motorhome that’s perfect for downsizers, weekend warriors or anyone looking for a full-service RV in a compact package,” said Roger Martin, Winnebago vice president of sales and marketing. “We are pleased to offer this new ‘Dough to Go’ promotion to consumers looking for a compact motorhome that is maneuverable, sleek and fuel efficient.”
The ERA is built on a Dodge/Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis that has a gross vehicle weight rating of 8,550 pounds. A 3-liter 6-cylinder turbo-diesel Mercedes-Benz engine powers the ERA, which features an aerodynamic design.
In addition to the front cab doors, a large sliding door on the passenger side opens easily for entry into the coach. Rear double doors open up to 270 degrees for access to the back of the coach.
The ERA features two models – the 170X and 170R. Both offer a rear 60-inch-by-80-inch sofa/bed and a full-featured galley and bathroom. Curved cabinetry with hidden hinges and plush, UltraLeather seating are additional highlights of the ERA.
The 170X features two companion chairs that help to form a prime seating area, while the 170R has a single chair behind the cab seats.
All models have a moveable pedestal table that can be positioned by the sofa in the rear of the coach or up front. The cab seats swivel fully to face the companion seats and, with the table in place, create a seating area for playing games or dining.
Both floor plans feature a 15-inch LCD TV in the back of the coach that swivels for prime viewing throughout the coach.
For more information, visit www.winnebagoind.com.