Winnebago Warrior Specs

by Jordan Whitehouse
Enjoy life on the road in a Winnebago Warrior.

Enjoy life on the road in a Winnebago Warrior.

Winnebago is one of the most widely known recreational vehicle companies in the world. Winnebago made its Warrior model throughout the 1990s. A classic RV, the Warrior comes with all the amenities you need to enjoy a successful trip on the road with family and friends.


The standard Warrior model comes with a Chevrolet 7.4-liter fuel-injected gas engine, automatic transmission with overdrive and cooler, 630 CCA battery, a 105-amp alternator, and radial tires. The optional model comes with a Ford 7.5-liter engine, automatic transmission with overdrive and cooler, 650 CCA battery, a 130-amp alternator and radial tires


The interior of the Warrior includes carpeting, ceiling lights, ceiling vents in the bathroom and bedroom, a choice of blue ridge or painted desert color themes, a divider curtain, a wardrobe, a range hood and range top, a refrigerator/freezer, a sink with stainless steel countertop cover, and a large storage area under the dinette seat. The bedroom comes with a queen bed and bedspread, pillows and pillow shams. The bathroom comes with a lavatory cabinet, a wall-mounted mirror, a shower, a sink, a marine-style toilet, a tissue holder, a towel bar and a towel rack.


The exterior of the Warrior has an awning rail, a deadbolt on the entrance door, an entrance step, an entrance door with a screen, a porch light, a sewer-hose storage area, storage compartments with locking doors and a wrench and leverage bar if you ever have a flat tire.

About the Author

Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jordan Whitehouse has been writing on food and drink, small business, and community development since 2004. His work has appeared in a wide range of online and print publications across Canada, including Atlantic Business Magazine, The Grid and Halifax Magazine. Whitehouse studied English literature and psychology at Queen's University, and book and magazine publishing at Centennial College.

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