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Regency RV to meet with dealers in Elkhart

Regency RV to meet with dealers in Elkhart

FORT WORTH, Texas — Regency RV, a Wayne Davis Auto Group company, announced today it is available for private consultation with select dealers in the Elkhart area interested in its new 2018 Xalta Class B motorhome.

The company will not be displaying at the Elkhart Dealer Open House. Instead, National Sales Manager Dymon Farrer will be available to dealers Sept. 18 to 22 at the convenience of the dealer to discuss the new Regency Xalta.

Farrer can be reached by phone or text at 574.370.5323, or by e-mail at

Regency Xalta coaches are built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis in Fort Worth, Texas. According to the company, the coaches are handcrafted and it only plans on building about 250 in 2018 for select dealers.

Farrer reported that Regency RV is looking for a “perfect fit” with its dealers.

“The Regency RV dealers we are looking for are high-end, quality minded stores that want to sell to a very discerning buyer,” he said. “We have no desire to become the biggest supplier in the Class B market. Our goal instead is to become the best. We are making ourselves available to only those interested.”

He explained that the Regency RV Xalta coaches are not built on a conventional assembly line but rather one at a time with handcrafted cabinetry and upholstery.

“Our dealers understand that we are cut from a different cloth,” said Farrer. “Regency RV and The Wayne Davis Auto Group Company is a select group of highly skilled craftsmen who have a 50-year reputation restoring thousands of classic American muscle cars and exotic automobiles for the most discriminating buyers worldwide. We put the same attention to detail into the new Regency Xalta for 2018.”

A video about Regency RV can be viewed at YouTube.

SOURCE: Regency RV press release

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