Winnebago Industries Inc. has introduced the new 2010 Class A Winnebago Via/Itasca Reyo motorhome built on a front-diesel Dodge Sprinter F-50 cowl chassis – a body-free version of the imported Mercedes-Benz van chassis used in Class B and C motorhomes since 2001. The 25-foot European-inspired Via/Reyo, estimated to get 15 mpg, debuted last week at the 46th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. “The styling both inside and out is paramount in this particular product line,” said Bill O’Leary, vice president of product development for the Forest City, Iowa, motorhome manufacturer. The Via/Reyo has a 20-inch deep driver-side slideout and a 79- by 40-inch “studio loft” that drops down from over the cockpit. The interior features laminated countertops, two-burner stoves, steel sinks and large bathrooms with angled showers. The rear bedroom can be configured with either twin or queen beds. The 11,030-pound GVWR Sprinter chassis delivered to Winnebago without a cab is equipped with a 3.0 liter 154-hp Mercedes-Benz turbo-charged V-6 diesel engine. MSRP: high $130,000’s.