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|Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||Remi Tan||8-29-02|
|Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD (sleeps 4, seats 8) lo miles, clean, no-smoker, within 1 day drive of San Francisco Bay Area|
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||John Vu||9-5-02|
We have a 2001 Rialta 22QD for sale. Only 14.5K miles, original owner, still under 2-year warranty, non-smoking, like new. We have only used it to travel from Orange County, CA to Santa Rosa, CA (Sonoma County).
I will call you if you're still interested.
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||bob grady and jean grady||2-9-03|
|We r looking 2 buy a used rialta and wondered |
what the price of your vehicle was..tks.
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||John Vu||2-16-03|
|We had thought of upgrading our Rialta to a 2002/2003 model. But we changed our mind and decided to keep our Rialta. I should have removed my earlier posting. Sorry for any inconvenience. |
But I can say that we really like our Rialta. The only things we would wish for are: more power to climb hills and an oven. The 2002/2003 model has more horse power. The size is really convenient for travelling. But it may be too small for some people.
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to ask me.
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||Maggie||6-6-03|
|What can you tell me about the Rialta|
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||Sharon||6-8-04|
|I've found a 2001 rialta on a 2000 chassis. However, it has 15 inch continental tires. Is this a major problem. Is the 150 or 160 hp with 250 or 260 torque a problem. I've seen some complaints. Why. Thanking you for any input you can give me.|
|Re: Looking for Winnebago Rialta 22QD||Kevin||6-12-04|
|I own a 2001 Rialta HD and love it... yes it has the smaller engine but "power has never been a problem" e.g. it has excellent acceleration (for an RV that gets 17 - 18 MPG...)|
We are considering selling and getting a larger RV, as my infant has turned into a young girl who would like to sleep on a bed when we travel.
FYI.. After initially liking the QD, we found the HD to have much more room and bigger refrig (both, very important on trips over 2 days).
Good luck -Kevin