Ford and Winnebago have a long and storied relationship, especially with E-Series vans. The Transit is a popular platform thanks to its wide variety of body styles and powertrains. The Winnebago Fuse uses a cutaway chassis with a dual rear wheel setup. The 24-foot motor home has a kitchen, bath, and slide out area for sitting or sleeping. The Paseo - not to be confused with a mid-1990s Toyota compact - is a high-roof, long-wheelbase Fuse with a full bath, kitchen, refrigerator and sleeping for two.
E-Series based motorhomes are still hugely popular with Winnebago customers, though the company says more and more people are moving to newer and more refined Transit-based vehicles. Prices vary depending on options, but models can be found at any one of Winnebago's 130 US and Canadian-based dealerships.