Winnebago Vita: 24F vs. 24P
The Winnebago Vita is a class C motorhome similar to the Navion but with a list of new best in class features at a more affordable price point. The result is a compact and easy-driving motorhome that’s perfect for solo travelers, couples, or families who want to experience the freedom and flexibility of a class C motorhome. The Vita is available in 2 floor plan options, 24F and 24P. Both floor plan options are built on the same Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Chassis and have an exterior length of 24′ 5″. Below we will explore the differences between the two and see what makes each one unique.
One of the first things you’ll notice between the floor plans is the location and size of the slide. While both floor plans feature a slide, the 24F has a smaller slide that contains the dinette. While both floor plans can sleep 4 people, the biggest difference is the location of the master bed. The 24F has a rear 50″ x 80″ corner bed while the 24P has a walk around bed. Both floor plans feature a convertible dinette as well as the Winnebago exclusive SuperShell Sleeper Deck.
The galley area of the 24F and 24P feature many of the comforts of home including a 3-burner range top, large double sink, Microwave/convection oven, and Double-door 7.3 cu. ft. residential refrigerator/freezer.
The 24P floor plan has a slightly different layout compared to the 24F. While both have a convertible dinette and over cab bed, the 24P has a rear walk around queen bed that measures 60″ x 75″. The rear bed extends from the driver’s side slideout and has nightstands on both sides.
The Vita is designed to provide ample storage, perfect for full-timers. The 24P floor plan has 45-cubic-feet of exterior storage while the 24F has 42-cubic feet. The pantry and linen cabinet in both floor plans feature removable rods and shelves to customize to your needs.
Both floor plans are designed with off-the-grid functionality. The Vita comes standard with 200-watts of solar power, allowing you to keep your batteries fully charged when off-the-grid for extended periods of time. In addition to the solar, the Vita also has best-in-class holding tank capacities. This consists of a 37 gallon freshwater, and 41 gallon black and gray tank capacities. Overall the Winnebago Vita is a great Class C motorhome that is ready for any adventure big or small.