Four Winds or Winnibago

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by clairek, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. clairek

    clairek New Member

    We are looking at a Class A with bunks both 2007. One is a four winds hurrican and the other a winnibabgo Sightseerer. We don't know much other than what the 2 different dealerships has told us. We have been told that the Four Winds have been known for water damage. I know that Winnibago has been around for a long time. Does anyone know anything else about either of these makes?
    Thanks
     
  2. TexasClodhopper

    TexasClodhopper Senior Member

    Re: Four Winds or Winnibago



    If it hasn't been said yet, welcome to the forum!

    I am trouble free in my Minnie Winnie for 2 years and 2 months with over 18,000 miles.
     
  3. hambone

    hambone New Member

    Re: Four Winds or Winnibago

    I would check out the Damon Daybreak first. It was the first bunk model made and it sure is a great price, looks great too.
     
  4. Kirk

    Kirk Senior Member

    Re: Four Winds or Winnibago

    Winnebago by a very long lead! Winnebago has a very good record for quality and support. Four Winds is built by Thor Industries and while it too has it's supporters, the record for either quality or suppor is far from stellar for their products. And the same would be true if you compare to Damon products. Every brand has it's happy customers, but Winnebago is near the top for over all reputation.
     
  5. 31069

    31069 New Member

    Re: Four Winds or Winnibago

    I HAVE A 2005 FOUR WINDS CHALET SPORT. IF I HAD IT TO DO OVER AGAIN, I WOULD HAVE GONE WITH WINNEBAGO. QUALITY ISSUES WITH FOUR WINDS.

    GOOD LUCK
     
  6. miket

    miket New Member

    RE: Four Winds or Winnebago

    I prefer Winnie, but that's your choice -- there are more features in a Winnie -- power management for one --
    I'd also recommend a good test drive, and if possible, try the Ford and Workhorse chassis on the same coach --- the Ford will be cheaper in price, but IMHO the Workhorse is better. Good Luck !!! :)
     
  7. s.harrington

    s.harrington Senior Member

    Re: Four Winds or Winnibago

    Winnie over Fourwinds or Damon anytime. Before you buy though check out an Allegro. Might not look as fancy inside but very well built.
     

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