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This Winnebago Grand Tour 42HL Has A Huge Windshield And Many Other Luxury Features

Winnebago markets their new Grand Tour 42HL as, “…the final stop in luxurious living”.

Built on the Exclusive Freightliner Maxum Chassis

The Grand Tour is powered by a 450 HP Cummins engine and built on the Freightliner Maxum Chassis.

Winnebago worked with Freightliner to design this exclusive chassis for the Grand Tour. It features a lowered-rail midsection and is far stronger than a raised-rail chassis.

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The Maxum chassis can deliver a smooth ride because chassis flex is minimized and the center of gravity is low.

Freightliner Maxum chassis

Another benefit of the Maxum chassis is that it provides up to 220 cubic feet of storage, which is more than 20% greater than previous chassis models.

Other Features

The Grand Tour has a Paramount awning by Carefree. This awning has three positions that can cover a slideout, a slideout and a window, or the full side of your rig.

Inside you’ll find Ultrafabrics’ Ultraleather seats, porcelain floor tiles (on the 42QL model), and a large skylight with a powered shade.

If you like entertaining or cooking outside, you have the option of selecting the Tailgate Package, which includes:

  • an exterior HDTV with sound system
  • single-burner induction range top
  • steel counter
  • lockable refrigerator and freezer
  • and cold water access

See also: How They Build The Winnebago Grand Tour Motorhome Is Pretty Neat [VIDEO]

Let Ryan Roske, Winnebago’s product manager, show you more details of the Grand Tour 42HL model.



Ryan did a great job explaining all the neat features of this coach. Right off the bat I was struck by that huge windshield, but that’s nothing compared with the ten foot long window in the living room!

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