LEXINGTON, S.C. — Regency RV, builders of luxury Class B and B+ motorhomes, has added John’s RV in Lexington, South Carolina, to its roster of dealers selling its new Xalta Class B and Ultra Brougham Class B+ motorhomes. The coaches are built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis in Fort Worth, Texas.
Dymon Farrer, national sales manager for the company said that Regency RV is looking for a very select group of dealers to take on its luxury Regency brands, and John’s RV is a perfect fit in South Carolina.
“We are thrilled to have John’s RV carrying the Regency brand,” said Farrer. “John’s RV has been in business for 40 years. They have an outstanding team that really understands the product line and takes great care of their customers. They have outgrown their current facility and are building a new location just five miles away on 30 acres, with16 service bays and a 30,000-square-foot building. They will be moving later this year. We are honored to be a part of this growing business. ”
“We debuted our 2019 Class B and B+ motorhomes to dealers and consumers at all the major RV shows this winter,” said Farrer. “The feedback we received at the shows from both from the public and from our dealers was instrumental in helping us improve the coaches and we went in full production in the first quarter as planned with our new Ultra Brougham.”
“Regency coaches are a nice alternative to other products available in the marketplace,” said John’s RV Co-partner/Owner Chris Rawl. “Regency has a great look, good quality, and fit and finish at an attractive price point. Regency is for the buyer who wants luxury and fine craftsmanship in a motorhome. Once they get inside to see and touch the handcrafted quality upholstery, construction, amenities and attention to detail, they fall in love with them.”
“When it comes to Regency RV dealers, John’s RV is the perfect venue for our new Regency Xalta Class B and Ultra Brougham Class B+ motorhomes,” said Farrer. “John’s RV caters to many high-end buyers looking for something distinctive and different.”
According to the company, Regency RV coaches are not built on a conventional assembly line but rather one at a time with most components, like the handcrafted cabinetry and upholstery, crafted in-house by hand.
SOURCE: Regency RV press release