Spartan to Unveil E-Z Steer at Entegra Coach Event

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Spartan Specialty Vehicles and Chassis announced that it will exhibit at the 2019 Entegra Coach Homecoming event from May 14-17 at Elkhart County Fairgrounds in Goshen, Ind. At the event, Spartan will unveil its E-Z Steer technology, a design which offers on-the-go adjustable steering wheel tension and positioning designed to reduce driver fatigue on long trips, improve the coach’s ability to maneuver at slow speeds, and park with ease.

The Spartan Training Academy will provide RV owner training sessions designed for Entegra Coach owners and drivers to learn more about their coach and its Spartan chassis, on topics ranging from maintenance tips to RV living.

Spartan will exhibit its signature flag-wrapped K3 605 chassis, riding under the Entegra Cornerstone, on site for training seminars. Spartan Training Academy’s Mike O’Neil will present RV owner training seminars to attendees during the three-day event, highlighting owner maintenance tips and protocol for Class A diesel luxury motor coach owners and drivers. The K3 605 chassis will display features such as a Cummins X15 605 horsepower diesel engine, an Allison Transmission 4,000 MH six-speed electronic transmission, 20,000-pound independent front suspension and 20,000-pound towing capacity.

“At Spartan, we empower the end-user to learn about their coach and chassis from a maintenance perspective,” said Steve Guillaume, president of Spartan Specialty Vehicles. “This event brings together RV owners from all over the country, and we are taking advantage of the opportunity to connect with the Entegra Coach-owner community.”

Registration for Entegra Homecoming includes a welcome picnic, educational workshops, tech talks, factory tours, entertainment, and more. All courses are taught by professionals and offer first-hand experience and knowledge. To learn more about the event, click here.


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