Used Winnebago Adventurer

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john shepp

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We are about to purchase our first RV and have been attracted to a year 2000 Winnebago Adventurer 32' with 19k miles on the clock. Is there anything that I should look out for, problem wise, as I do not wish to make an expensive mistake, also what kind of mpg should I expect to get driven normally
 

Tom

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John,

We have some articles in our library that might help when you check out the Adventurer. Click the Library button above, then select Checklists.
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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You didn't mention whether it has  Ford or a Workhorse chassis, but the mileage is fairly similar anyway.  I would estimate 7.5-8.5 mpg, depending on your version of "normal", traffic conditions, etc.

The Adventurer is a popular rig, especially among new motorhome owners and I think you will like it.
 

hoynackijj

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We had a Ford 2000 32'Adventurere  coach.  No problms for the 50000 miles,  towing a Ranger getting about 8 mpg.  We were happy then bought a a 2005 35' Adventurer.
 

dave95.1

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We bought a 2001 35' Adventurer in August and have no problems so far.  Prolly not fair for me to give a mpg estimate because I like to drive 75 mph when it's clear sailing, but we get about 6.5-7 mpg on average. 
 
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