The Entire 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie Line (with Video Tours)

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The Entire 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie Line (with Video Tours)

RVs come in many styles and sizes, from a compact van to a motorhome the size of a small house. But, the Class C RV is the famous middle child. And the Winnebago Minnie Winnie is said to offer the best balance of amenities and value in the industry. 

Today, we’ll look at this well-known Class C RV to see what makes the Minnie Winnie so popular. We’re sharing the details, with video tours, of the entire line.

Let’s dig in!

What Is a Winnebago Minnie Winnie RV? 

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie family of RVs falls into the popular category of Class C RVs. These are known to offer much more space than their Class B siblings. On the other hand, they maintain a significantly smaller footprint than the Class A motorhomes.

The classic cab-over bunk readily identifies the Class C middle child of RVs, and the Minnie Winnie is no exception.

Winnebago’s Minnie Winnie has long been the go-to RV for many travelers who embrace its legendary construction, value, and design. Read on to find out why.

The History of Winnebago Minnie Winnie

Winnebago was founded in 1958 as a maker of motorhomes. Then in 1973, they introduced the Minnie Winnie to their line. Built on the Dodge B-series van chassis, the first Minnie Winnie was about 19 ½ feet long. Over the years, Winnebago added longer models of the Minnie Winnie to the line. And today, they offer six versions, all of which are built on either the Ford E350 or E450 chassis.

Winnebago designed the Minnie Winnie with families in mind, so all versions can comfortably sleep at least four people. Incredibly, some floorplans can sleep up to eight people. 

Known for its open floor plans, the Minnie Winnie Class C is a comfortable option for families of all sizes. All of the Minnie Winnie floor plans offer a rear bedroom and a cab-over bunk. While some offer an additional sofa bed or bunk beds!

Let’s have a look at each Minnie Winnie model as we continue our investigation into one of the most popular motorhomes ever made.

Minnie Winnie Class C RV Floorplans

22M

We begin with a look at the Minnie Winnie 22M, one of the shortest of the current Minnie Winnie line.

This is Winnebago’s smallest RV that includes a slide-out. Even so, the 22M offers sleeping space for up to six people (5 most comfortably) in three separate areas! These include the overhead bunk, the U-shaped dinette/sleeper, and a walk-around queen bed located at the rear of the motorhome.

Winnebago’s classic U-shaped lounge area serves as comfortable dining, gaming, or workspace. Furthermore, the 22M offers a full kitchen area, plenty of storage, and a full bath with a 23” x 34” shower at the rear of the RV.

The Minnie Winnie 22M is 24’5” in length, 8’6” wide, has an interior height of 6’10” for you tall folks, and an exterior height of 10’11”. Watch that fast-food drive-thru! It has a gross weight of 12,500 pounds and a hitch weight of 7500 pounds.

Moreover, the holding tanks are substantial, allowing for significant stretches of off-grid boondocking! The freshwater tank holds 46 gallons, the grey water tank 45 gallons, and the black water/waste tank 40 gallons.

The 22M has a 20,000 BTU heater, a 15,000 BTU air conditioner, and a Cummins Onan 4,000-Watt Microquiet generator, and dual deep-cycle group 24 batteries.  

In addition, this model offers 44.5 cubic feet of basement storage and is built on the Ford E350 chassis.

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22M has a retail price tag of $111,496.

22R

Slightly shorter and smaller than the 22M, the Minnie Winnie 22R is still capable of sleeping six people in three sleeping areas. 

This model doesn’t use a slide-out. However, it still has a full-time queen bed in the rear, the over-head bunk, and a U-shaped dinette/sleeper. Like the 22M, the 22R’s lounge area serves as a work, play, or dining area, and it offers a full kitchen, ample storage, plus a full bath with the same 23” x 34” shower.

The Minnie Winnie 22R is slightly shorter and taller than the 22M. Its dimensions are 23’10” long, 8’6” wide, an interior height of 6’10”, and an exterior height of 11’.  The 22R weighs in at about 1000 pounds less than the 22M with a gross weight of 11,500 pounds and has the same hitch weight of 7500 pounds.

The holding tanks of the Minne Winnie 22R are different from those of the 22M, with the freshwater tank capable of holding the same 46 gallons. However, the grey water tank holds only 24 gallons, and the black water/waste tank 21 gallons. 

The 22R has the same 20,000 BTU heater, 15,000 BTU air conditioner, Cummins Onan 4,000-Watt Microquiet generator, and dual deep-cycle group 24 batteries.  

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22R offers a massive 60.4 cubic feet of basement storage space – a full 16 cubic feet more than the 22M. The 22M is built on a Ford chassis with a Triton 6.8L V10 engine.

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22R has a retail price tag of $112,366.

25B

Winnebago’s Minnie Winnie 25B sleeps 6 people comfortably in four separate sleeping areas. These include a rear double bed, a dinette/sleeper, a sofabed, and the class cab-over bunk. 

Once again, we find Winnebago’s classic U-shaped lounge area offering comfortable dining, gaming, or workspace, as well as a full kitchen area, plenty of storage, and a full bath with a 23” x 34” shower at the rear of the RV.

The Minnie Winnie 25B is 26’4” in length, 8’6” wide, has an interior height of 6’10”, and an exterior height of 11’.  It has a gross weight of 14,500 pounds and a hitch weight of 7500 pounds.

The freshwater tank holds 40 gallons, the grey water tank 26 gallons, and the black water/waste tank 21 gallons.

It has a 20,000 BTU heater, a 15,000 BTU air conditioner, and a Cummins Onan 4,000-Watt Microquiet generator. In addition, the 25B has dual deep-cycle group 24 batteries. As a result, this Minnie Winnie is capable of significant boondocking stints limited mainly by its holding tanks’ capacities.  

This model offers a whopping 73.1 cubic feet of basement storage and is built on the Ford E450 chassis.

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 25B has a retail price tag of $123,499.

26T

Next is the Winnebago Minnie Winnie 26T with its two slide-outs. The sleeping quarters accommodate up to eight people with a walkaround queen bed, a large lounge area, sofabed, and a cab-over. 

Like its fellow Minnie Winnies, the 26T offers a spacious full kitchen area and ample storage. Additionally, the 26T has a full bath with a 24” x 32” shower at the rear of the RV.

Rolling in at a length of 27’1”, this model is 8’6” wide, has an interior height of 6’10”, and an exterior height of 11’. It has a gross weight of 14,500 pounds and a hitch weight of 7500 pounds. And, it’s built on the Ford E450 chassis.

The freshwater holding tank in the 26T carries 50 gallons, while the grey and black/wastewater tanks hold 39 gallons and 35 gallons respectively.

This big brother Minnie Winnie graduates to a 30,000 BTU heater while offering the 15,000 BTU air conditioner, Cummins Onan 4,000-Watt Microquiet generator, dual deep-cycle group 24 batteries, and 45 cubic feet of basement storage.

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 26T has a retail price tag of $131,251.

31H

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H has two slides and sleeps up to ten people! Sleeping quarters include a queen bed in the rear of the motorhome, a set of bunk beds, a sofa bed, the U-shaped dinette/sleeper, and the bunk over the cab. 

At 32’9” in length, this model is one of the two longest Minnie Winnies. It is 8’6” wide and offers an interior height of 6’10” and an exterior height of 11’. With a gross weight of 14,500 pounds and a hitch weight of 7500 pounds, the 31H sits on a Ford E450 chassis.

The holdings tanks in this model are substantial. The freshwater tank comes in at 44 gallons, the grey water tank at 57 gallons, and the black/wastewater tank at 37 gallons.

Like the 26T, the Minnie Winnie 31H offers a 30,000 BTU heater while offering the 15,000 BTU air conditioner, Cummins Onan 4,000-Watt Microquiet generator, and dual deep-cycle group 24 batteries. 

This model offers a massive 85 cubic feet of basement storage!

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H has a retail price tag of $141,911.

31K

Finally, we look at the Minnie Winnie 31K, a single-slide unit that sleeps seven people, according to Winnebago. With a walkaround queen bed at the back of the RV, the 31K has a large U-shaped dinette, a sofa bed, and of course, the classic cab-over bunk.

This unit has a split bath with the toilet and vanity on one side of the aisle. On the other side is a 26” x 30” shower. The bedroom at the rear of the RV is private. The large slide actually makes the RV’s central lounge area quite spacious.

The exterior length of the 31K is 32’9”, the exterior height is 11’, the width of the unit is 8’6”, and the interior height is 6’10”. This model sits on a Ford E450 chassis and weighs in at a gross weight of 14,500 pounds with a hitch weight of 7500 pounds,

The Minnie Winnie 31K has a 44-gallon freshwater tank, a 30-gallon grey tank, and a 30-gallon black/wastewater tank. 

This unit has a gigantic 108.3 cubic feet of basement storage for your fishing gear, SUPs, golf clubs, and other recreational toys!

The 2021 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31K has a retail price tag of $129,133.

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie Wins

The Winnebago Minnie Winnie is a versatile line of Class C RVs for travel, camping, and adventure.

Models for any size family or RV lifestyle and amenities to satisfy every type of traveler make these well-known and beloved RVs champions of the Class C RV market.

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1 comment

  1. Thank You Kyle & Olivia for doing this extensive (with the videos) review of Winnebago’s entire iconic Class C lineup! Could you do others like Coachmen lineup, etc.? The great thing about the Minnie Winnie/Spirit is the fiberglass roofs and Azdel sidewalls! The other thing is that ALL Minnie Winnies/Spirits come with the new Ford V8 premium chassis! One caution for new people, the 22M and 26T have foldup beds, and if you haven’t slept on one, you may not like it. We bought an RV with one and got rid of it a year later because that fold always prevented us from having a good sleep. Corner beds are better, but they really are only great for one person sleeping. If you want to get a true unfolded walkaround bed under 30′ you need to check out the Coachmen 26QB. It is true that the plastic toilets and sinks in the bathrooms are bad, but at least for about $300 w/installation you can get a porcelain toilet. Overall, the 22R is maybe one of the best single person RV’s! For a couple, I might also want to check out the Coachmen mentioned above.

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