In 2020, Winnebago introduced the Ekko series, marking its foray into the Class C RV market. Fast forward to today, and the American brand takes on a new challenge with the Winnebago Ekko Sprinter, a camper van built on the renowned Mercedes Sprinter chassis. This model showcases Winnebago‘s commitment to innovation, customization, and an exceptional mobile living experience.
At the heart of the Winnebago Ekko Sprinter is a 170-inch wheelbase, providing 18 inches more than its Transit counterpart. This extended space is optimized to accommodate three individuals on 80-inch twin beds or up to five with the pop-top option (note: four seat belts are available). The interior boasts a convertible lounge that seamlessly transitions through four modes: drive, lounge, dining, and sleep.
One standout feature is the dry-wet bath, equipped with a pivoting wall for a flexible shower and toilet experience. This innovative design adds a touch of adaptability to the camper’s already versatile living spaces.
Under the hood, the Winnebago Ekko Sprinter is powered by a robust 2.0L turbo-diesel inline-four engine, delivering 211hp and 332lb. ft of torque. Paired with all-wheel drive and all-terrain tires, this camper van is designed for off-road enthusiasts seeking adventure in varied terrains.
Adventure-seekers will appreciate the inclusion of rooftop solar panels, lithium-ion batteries, and a 2,500-watt generator, ensuring a reliable off-grid experience. The galley is well-appointed with a microwave convection oven, a spacious kitchen sink, a portable induction cooktop, deep-access drawers, and a 5.3 cu. ft fridge/freezer unit.
With two interior decor options, priced at $235,738, the Winnebago Ekko Sprinter stands as a testament to Winnebago‘s dedication to quality and comfort in the camper van market. For those ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime, this off-road gem is available through select dealers. Visit Winnebago for more details.