Luxury Motor Coach Introduced by Charlotte’s Spartan Specialty Vehicles, Entegra Coach

The chassis of the 2020 Entegra Reatta XL luxury motorhome, unveiled Wednesday at the Family Motor Coach Association’s 99th International Convention & RV Expo in Perry, Ga., was built by Spartan Specialty Vehicles of Charlotte, located southwest of Lansing.
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2020 Entegra Reatta XL
The 2020 Entegra Reatta XL luxury motorhome was unveiled Wednesday. Spartan Specialty Vehicles created the chassis. // Photo courtesy of Spartan Specialty Vehicles

The chassis of the 2020 Entegra Reatta XL luxury motorhome, unveiled Wednesday at the Family Motor Coach Association’s 99th International Convention & RV Expo in Perry, Ga., was built by Spartan Specialty Vehicles of Charlotte, located southwest of Lansing.

Entegra Coach built the Reatta XL on Spartan’s smaller, more-nimble K2 380 chassis, which promises improved ride and handling, according to Entegra.

“For over 30 years, Spartan has built the industry’s premier Class A diesel RV chassis,” says Steve Guillaume, president of Spartan Specialty Vehicles. “As we expand our portfolio of chassis models, based on market demands, we’re uniquely able to distill all of the great attributes of Spartan chassis into smaller models.”

The Entegra Reatta XL is offered in 39- and 40-foot lengths. Both feature Spartan Safe Haul, the industry’s only factory chassis-integrated air supply for tow vehicle braking systems. Both models are designed to enhance the owner experience in the top-of-the-line luxury segment with a more compact footprint.

“This unique market offering adds to the growing demand for a Class A diesel luxury motor coach in a compact size with superior ride and handling, via an independent front suspension and custom-tuned, race-inspired shocks,” continues Guillaume. “Through our relationship with Entegra Coach, we are able to provide customers with a superior driving experience in addition to providing access to the unmatched quality and breadth of our Spartan Service Center network.”

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