2015 Winnebago Minnie 31K

Used Class C in Livonia, Michigan 48154

$49,999.00
Stock #184169 -

Great condition, gently used. Low mileage. In great working order. Free storage till end of 2019.

If you are in the market for a class c, look no further than this 2015 Minnie 31K, just reduced to $49,999.

This Class C is located in Livonia, Michigan and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Ford engine that has 39,039 miles.

We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats/RVs. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.

This listing has now been on the market 30 days. If you are thinking of making an offer, go ahead and submit it today! Let's make a deal!

Reason for selling is started a new business, no time.
  • Electrical
    Air ConditioningGenerator
  • Exterior
    AwningSlideout

Seller Info


POP RVs

5717 Bessie Drive

Sarasota, Florida 34233

941-281-3122 Request More Info

Unit Specs

  • Consignment
  • Reduced
  • Stock #184169
  • Year2015
  • ManufacturerWinnebago Industries
  • Make Winnebago
  • Model Minnie
  • Floorplan31K
  • Type Class C
  • ConditionUsed
  • Mileage39,039 miles
  • Length31' 0"
  • Width8' 0"
  • Height11' 0"
  • Price$52,800.00
  • Sale Price$49,999.00 Make Offer
  • ChassisFord
  • Engine ManufacturerFord
  • Engine Model6.8L Triton V10 SEFI
  • Fuel TypeGas
  • Interior ColorTan/cream
  • Exterior ColorTan/cream
  • Sleeps8
  • Water Capacity (Fresh)44
  • Water Capacity (Grey)30
  • Air Conditioners1
  • A/C Spec15,000 BTU, roof
  • GVWR14,500 lbs
  • Slideouts1
  • Dry Weight22,000 lbs
  • # Axles1

Unit Location

  • CityLivonia
  • StateMichigan
  • Zip48154

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