Winnebago Showed Class A Forza at RV Rally
Winnebago Industries Inc., a leading U.S. manufacturer of recreation vehicles, introduced the Forza Class A motorhome for the first time to retail consumers at "The Rally," the Camping World/Good Sam event being held this weekend in Syracuse at the New York State Fairgrounds.
Thousands of RVers and enthusiasts were on hand for the event where the Winnebago Forza made its debut, according to a news release.
The all-new, pleasantly priced Forza is built on the Freightliner XCS straight-rail chassis which provides a solid foundation with a Cummins 340-hp diesel engine and Allison six-speed transmission delivering the power. Diesel pushers are known for storage and the Forza ups the ante with its Smart Storage design that pushes capacity even further. Inside, are fine amenities such as polished Corian galley countertops, coffee glazed cabinetry, upscale entertainment features and LED lighting.
Arnold and Jean Bye from Waunakee, Wis., loved the new Forza. “We are looking for a small diesel with a queen bed in the traditional position so we could use it without putting the slides out. We love the mid entry. We have a 40-footer now and we want to downsize – this is perfect for us. We can get eight people around the sectional table. The side swing doors allow easy access to great storage for a small unit. I also love the passenger seat with the table for all my maps and the laptop."