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Winnebago Vita Class C Motorhome: Specs, Prices & Review

They say Vita hits the road with many best in class features. Are you curious to find out what they are and at what price they come? Read on as we unravel the specs and prices of the newest Winnebago Vita. We’ll also let you in on how the RV community has responded to this road marvel.

Introduction to Winnebago Vita

Vita is a diesel powered Class C motorhome from Winnebago. But it’s not your ordinary Class C motorhome. It comes with best in class features such as a cargo carrying capacity of up to 1,810 lbs, largest batteries having 2 deep-cycle Group 31 RV batteries, and the largest overhead bed that can easily fit 2 kids for sleeping.

It uses the MBUX Infotainment Center, comes with lots of storage space, and has a comfortable lounging area where everyone can gather to eat, chat, or watch TV. It comes in a compact size for easy driving and it is available in 2 floor plans so you can choose which one will work best with your partner or family.

Winnebago Vita Construction

Vita is framed on a Mercedes-Benz® Sprinter Chassis. It has a 3.0L 6-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that’s coupled with a 7G-Tronic automatic transmission and 220-amp. alternator. It is known for its fuel efficiency. You can cover a great distance in one full tank!

The Winnebago Vita comes with the Adaptive ESP® technology which goes with the Mercedes-Benz van which helps in stabilizing the vehicle and steer it where the driver intends it to go. This is a great safety feature especially for bigger vehicles who traverse difficult terrains.

This diesel pusher also comes with hydraulic brakes with ABS, 7-pin connector, and LED headlights with high beam assist which will help the driver further especially when driving at night.

Vita has a towing capacity of 5,000 lbs. This means you can bring your small car with or your favorite outdoor sports gear so you can enjoy your trip to the fullest.

This Class C motorhome hits the road with stainless steel wheel liners. A 2-point electric stabilizing system helps keep it level to the ground so you won’t be bothered by the swaying or rocking motion when you’re at the campsite. You can upgrade this to hydraulic leveling jacks with automatic controls.

Winnebago Vita Exterior Features

The Winnebago Vita is available in 7 colorways. Anthem is mostly dark gray, Canyon is dominantly white with gray and maroon streaks, Canyon Mist is white with brown paint at the edges, Harbor is light gray, Pacific is white with blue and black accents, Pacific Mist is white and brown with streaks of blue, and Spruce Mist is brown with gray. You have the option to choose between standard or deluxe graphics. With these choices, you have can have a motorhome that suits your style and personality!

Vita’s body is made of aluminum while the sidewall is made of fiberglass. They make this motorhome lightweight and durable. The SuperShell Sleeper Deck cabover structure has been provided with additional strength and insulation to make it durable and comfortable at the same time.

The frame of this motorhome sits low so there’s no need for additional steps outside. The main door opens to lead you to the living area. There’s a screen door so you can let in some fresh air and natural light without the bugs.

There’s an LED porch light with interior switch if you want to put on some light at night. At the front of the rig, there are mud flaps to help protect the underbelly from dirt and debris as you travel.

The powered patio awning lets you camp outside with a shade. There are LED lights on the awning if you want to stay until nighttime. There’s a pet loop attachment so you can keep your furry pal close by.

You can have a picnic while enjoying the view. There’s an LPG accessory connection which will make it conveniently for you to prepare your foods outside.

You can pack your heavier travel stuff at the storage compartments. These are lighted to make it easier for you to get your things.

At the back of the rig is a ladder so you can have access to the roof when you want to do some cleaning or maintenance work.

Winnebago Vita Interior Design And Features

Winnebago Vita Interior Design And Features

A good motorhome always gives attention to the needs of the driver. It doesn’t have to be extravagant. What we need is functionality and that’s what we get from Winnebago Vita.

The power steering wheel is wrapped in leather. It can be tilted to make driving more comfortable. There’s climate control so the temperature inside the cab is kept at your desired level.

It has power power windows, power mirrors with defrost and turn signals, and power door locks with remote for your convenience. There are Sunvisors to help block off the rays of the sun.

At the dashboard is the MBUX® Touchscreen Multimedia Infotainment Center which can help you with navigation. It also has a Wi-Fi hotspot, intelligent voice control and rear camera. You can also plug in your gadgets and devices at the 12-volt/USB power point.

Here are the other can conveniences that’ll help drivers have an easier and safer trip:

  • DISTRONIC PLUS® (adaptive cruise control)
  • Lane keeping assist
  • Active braking assist
  • Hill start assist
  • Crosswind assist
  • Attention assist
  • Traffic sign assist
  • Rain sensor with integrated wet wiper system

The cab seats can be heated and the armrest, headrest, and lumbar

The cab seats can be heated and the armrest, headrest, and lumbar support can be adjusted according to your comfort level. This is helpful especially on long trips. They’ll soothe the tiredness away.

The cab seats have 3-point seat belts and there are airbags on both the driver and passenger sides to ensure your safety on the road.

When the RV is parked, you can recline, slide and manually swivel the cab seats. The lounge cushions are a nice addition to make it more relaxing. There are folding privacy screens so you can rest completely.

Also at the cab section is the largest overhead bed offered in a Sprinter-based Class C motorhome. The bunk bed measures 49-by-87 inches. This is perfect for kids so they have their own bedroom.  

Winnebago interior color scheme interior color scheme

The interior color scheme is available in 3 options – Compass with luxury linen and walnut wood, Expedition with luxury linen and weathered teak wood, and Mystical with leatherette fabric and glazed Kona wood. The flooring is made of vinyl all throughout so it’s even and smooth.

The living area holds the expandable dinette. It can be laid out from 40″x64″ to 40″x76″ so make room for more. You can surely eat your meals together or remove the table so you can lounge more comfortably while watching your favorite shows on the 32″ HDTV. Vita has an amplified digital HDTV antenna so you can enjoy more channels.

At night, you can turn this place into a bed for additional sleeping space. If you’re up for it, you can switch the dinette to theater seating. It comes with a multifunctional removable pedestal table too.

You can also access the systems monitor panel here to help you with the proper maintenance of your motorhome. There are 12-volt power outlets and USB charger for your RV appliances and devices.

The roof vents help keep the air circulating so that you don’t have to deal with stuffy air. Vita also comes with tinted coach windows, mini blinds, and pleated night shades to keep of the sun’s glare and offer privacy.

Winnebago Vita's kitchen

Vita’s kitchen is simple but complete. It comes standard with functional fixture and appliances so that you can prepare sumptuous meals on the road.

There are Thermoformed countertops and decorative backsplash to give it a classy look. You can cook using the 3-burner range top and microwave/convection oven. The kitchen has double sink that have covers so you can use the entire space when preparing food.

There’s a double-door 7.3 cu. ft. 110V AC residential refrigerator/freezer to keep your food fresh and a pantry with adjustable shelves for your canned goods and other dry items. You can keep your spices at the lighted spice rack for easier access when cooking.

Winnebago bedroom

The rear bedroom has a wide bed with foam mattress and mattress cover to complement the entire look of the motorhome’s interior.

The overhead cabinets, metal clothes rod, and wardrobe cabinet make it easier to reduce the clutter inside.

The bathroom has a separate shower and toilet area with the help of a retractable and self-cleaning shower screen. This is great as it contains the water from the shower on one part. Somebody can also take a shower while someone’s using the toilet. The shower has a wall surround and flexible showerhead. The toilet uses a hand flush system.

The shower skylight allows natural light to brighten the area. The powered roof vent keeps foul odors and mildew away.

A bathroom sink, faucet, mirror, and medicine cabinet all come standard in any units. There are tissue holder and robe hooks so keep things organized.

A 13,500 BTU Coleman® Mach

A 13,500 BTU Coleman® Mach 10 ducted quiet air conditioner and 20,000 BTU low-profile furnace help keep the temperature at a comfortable level no matter what the weather is.

The power needs are supplied by 2 deep-cycle, Group 31 RV batteries, 3,600-watt Cummins Onan® MicroQuiet™ LP generator, two 100-watt solar panels, and a 1,000-watt pure sine wave DC/AC inverter. With this electrical system, you can go off-grid for an extended period.

You can switch the LP generator to a 3,200-watt Cummins Onan® Diesel generator if it’s more convenient for you.

Winnebago has also conveniently designed it with a roof port wiring access to make it easier for you to install your RV appliances and other connections that you might need.

Safety features of this motorhome include LP, smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors, a fire extinguisher, ground fault interrupter, child seat tether anchor, high-mount brake lamps, and daytime running lamps.

Winnebago Vita Quick Stat Comparison

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Fresh Water Tank Capacity (gal)
Gray Water Holding Tank Capacity (gal)
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What Floorplans Are Available On The Winnebago Vita?

The Winnebago Vita is available in 2 floorplans – 24F and 24P. Both come with a length of 24’5″ and have a maximum sleeping capacity for 4 people.

The cab area has an overhead bed. The contents of the kitchen are the same. They also have 1 slideout each to make room for certain areas of the motorhome.

Winnebago Vita 24F

24F has a shorter slideout. It makes way for the lounge area, multi-use storage, and refrigerator.

The living area holds a convertible dinette. You can upgrade this to theater seating with a pedestal table. The kitchen is at the left side of the entrance. There are storage areas at either side of the galley.

The huge 50″x80″ bed occupies the rear left portion and adjacent to it is the bathroom. There’s a linen cabinet outside.

  • Exterior Length: 24’5″
  • Exterior Height: 11’7″
  • Exterior Width: 7’6″
  • Exterior Storage (cu. ft.): 42
  • Awning Length: 15′
  • Interior Height: 7′
  • Interior Width: 7’3″
  • Fresh Water Tank Capacity (gal): 37
  • Gray Water Holding Tank Capacity (gal): 41
  • Black Water Holding Tank Capacity (gal): 41
  • LP Capacity (lbs): 50.76
  • Fuel Capacity (gal): 24.5
  • GVWR (lbs.): 11,030
  • Sleeps: 4

Winnebago Vita 24P

24P has a larger exterior storage and its slideout is longer. It covers almost the entire driver’s side to be able to accommodate the lounging area, refrigerator, exterior and multi-use storage cabinets, and the bedroom with a queen size bed and nightstands.

The living area has a convertible dinette but you can upgrade this to theater seating with pedestal table if you want.

The kitchen is at the left side of the galley except for the refrigerator that’s located at the other side. The bathroom occupies the rear left portion. It comes with a sliding bi-fold bathroom door. There’s also a towel bar inside.

  • Exterior Length: 24’5″
  • Exterior Height: 11’7″
  • Exterior Width: 7’6″
  • Exterior Storage (cu. ft.): 45
  • Awning Length: 15′
  • Interior Height: 7′
  • Interior Width: 7’3″
  • Fresh Water Tank Capacity (gal): 37
  • Gray Water Holding Tank Capacity (gal): 41
  • Black Water Holding Tank Capacity (gal): 41
  • LP Capacity (lbs): 50.76
  • Fuel Capacity (gal): 24.5
  • GVWR (lbs.): 11,030
  • Sleeps: 4

What Is The Winnebago Vita Warranty?

Winnebago Vita comes with a 12-month or 15,000-mile basic limited warranty. There’s also a 36-month or 36,000-mile limited warranty for its structure and a 15-year warranty on for its PVC roofing system. The chassis comes with a separate warranty so we recommend you discuss all your warranty concerns with your dealer.

Winnebago Vita Review

To date, Winnebago Vita has just been around for 2 years. But it has been getting good reviews from the RV community so far.

Many users appreciate the fact that this RV is just the right size to take on the road. They feel comfortable using it because the size isn’t too intimidating.

This diesel pusher in a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis is reliable. It gets the job done and takes you to many places you want to go to. It averages 16 to 18 mpg so it’s fuel efficient and that means more savings for you!

It has a well-structured power and electrical system. With Vita’s 2 100-watt solar panels, 1,000-watt pure sine wave inverter, and a Cummins Onan® MicroQuiet™ generator, you’ve got enough power to allow you to stay awhile in remote areas while enjoying all the comforts of home.

The floor design is very spacious for couples or a small family. There’s enough sleeping room and multiple storage areas to keep your travel stuff organized.

On the downside, some owners find the kitchen counter space to be quite small. There’s just room for only 1 person to work on the kitchen. Other users find the toilet too small and low making it uncomfortable to use. But they say that these aren’t deal breakers because they still love their Vita.


  • comfortable to drive
  • fuel efficient
  • enhanced livability
  • off-grid camping
  • plenty of useful storage


  • The counter on the kitchen is quite small.
  • The toilet is small and low.

The Verdict

A Class C motorhome with a diesel powered engine and best in class features for less the price, truly Winnebago Vita is a class of its own. It adds life to your road adventures by making sure that you have everything you need to make you safe and comfortable wherever you go. It obviously had to do away with all the hullabaloo and just offer simpler and more practical features but in the end, it sealed the deal. We don’t need much, only what matters most. You need to hurry though as something this good only comes in limited quantities.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a Winnebago Vita cost?

Winnebago Industries offers the Winnebago Vita at a starting price of $136,072. All the listed cab conveniences, full kitchen, plumbing, heating and cooling systems, and exterior features come standard in every unit.

Options for upgrade are available. There’s the 3,200-watt Cummins Onan® Diesel generator, theater seating with removable pedestal table, and front and rear hydraulic leveling jacks with automatic controls. Of course, you can also customize this motorhome to make it more comfortable for you and your family.

What is the difference between the Winnebago Vita and Porto?

The Winnebago Vita and Porto are twin sisters. You’ll find that these2 units are identical in every way – from the specs to the price. They both come in limited quantities. The only thing that differentiates one from the other is the brand logo that’s printed in their respective exteriors.

How much can a Winnebago Vita tow?

The Winnebago Vita has a towing capacity of 5,000 lbs. It’s powerful enough to tow a small vehicle with you or take your kayaks or mountain bikes with you so you can explore and enjoy the outdoors better.

When did Winnebago start making Vita?

The 2019 Winnebago Vita was launched on the latter part of 2018. According to press releases, it was similar to another Winnebago Class C motorhome, the Navion, but made more affordable and featured new industry leading facets.

It was framed on a Mercedes-Benz® Sprinter chassis. It was powered by a 3.0L 6-cylinder turbo-diesel engine and 5-speed automatic tip-shift transmission. This model was offered in 2 floor plans both with a length of 24’7″. It was suited for couples or small families. It came with a complete kitchen and bathroom.

The exterior was made of Fiberglass SuperShell™ and came in 4 colorways. Vita units were very spacious inside. The galley, bed, and capacity of the holding tanks were the largest in their class. The 200-watt solar energy system and 2 deep-cycle Group 31 RV batteries came standard and were crucial for off-grid camping.

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