2009 Winnebago Access

4.5(19)
Class CTucson, AZ
3 seatbeltsSleeps 624 ftYear 2009
100 miles/day freeGenerator includedEasy to DriveGood for Families or Groups

Meet your host, Terry S

Member since 2018

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Class CRental #101091

I have a 24 foot 2009 Winnebago Access model. The motor home has seen little use with 38, 000 miles on the chassis, and 180 hours on the generator. All of the appliances are in working order. The motor home ride six passengers comfortable which includes the driver. The chassis has a full size bed in the rear(see photo) and a area to sleep two in the front area(see photo). There is a 24 inch TV mounter up front which enables the riding passengers to watch TV while traveling(see photo). This motor home is great for a family of 4 to 5 traveling across the US. The chassis is manufactured by Ford with a V10 engine.

  • Sleeps: 6 guests
  • Seats: 3 seatbelts
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Transmission: Automatic


Owner rules

  • Pets not allowed
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating not allowed
  • No smoking

Rates

  • Daily$160.00 /night
  • Weekly$117.00 /night26.8% discount
  • Monthly$116.00 /night27.5% discount
Minimum stay
1 night
Refundable security deposit
$500.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Policies

Cancellation policy flexible
  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If canceled more than 5 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 100% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If canceled within 5 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 75% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
Mileage
100 miles free per day You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.
Generator usage
4 free generator hours per day If you exceed the included hours you will be charged $3.00 per hour.


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Reviews

(4.5)
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2009 Winnebago Access

Cleanliness

4.47

Mechanical

4.53

Value

4.63

Listing Accuracy

4.84

About the host, Terry S

Communication

4.05
More about Terry S

Chalese S.

April 20214

Overall we had a fun trip! Terry was flexible with pick-up and drop-off times and the price was right. Terry is also very knowledgeable about the Tucson area and showed us a few 300 year old Saguaro cacti on the way to the airport.

Jan A.

November 20204

Terry was great and very helpful. His RV was perfect and had everythingwe needed. Definitely will be renting from him in the future.

Stephen B.

October 20205

The RV was great! Not a single complaint. Terry was a nice and very responsive host!

Brett C.

August 20204

It was great being self contained. We could stop when we wanted, without needing to find or use public facilities during a pandemic.

Justin T.

August 20205

Terry is a very nice guy. The rig is nice

Sanket U.

July 20204

We rented the RV for the first time and was very happy we did. Terry has maintained his RV well and it was really great for our trip. The only issue we had was with communication. Overall great experience, and we will rent RV again.




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