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REV introduces American Coach Class B model

REV introduces American Coach Class B model

DECATUR, Ind. — REV Group today announced the recreation group is launching a new Class B offering in its legacy RV brand line-up, introducing a Class B diesel motorhome — the all-new 2018 American Patriot.

Available in the Patriot and the Patriot Cruiser, these diesel touring coaches deliver sleek styling and intuitive features in five floorplans, the release explained.

“The Patriot delivers a long list of enviable comforts in a nimble luxury van conversion, while the Patriot Cruiser is ideal for elite travel among business class passengers with up to six bucket seats,” said  Jim Jacobs, REV Recreation Group president.

The American Patriot is built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis and features Ultraleather seating, dark wood detail, a 2,000-watt inverter, and 11,000-BTU roof air conditioner.

“We saw a need to build a coach that would answer the demand of the market’s most sophisticated travelers.  With our recent acquisition of Midwest Automotive Designs and now the addition of the American Patriot to the REV RV Group line of luxury Class B RVs, we are further strengthening our position to satisfy the needs of this growing market,” said Jacobs. “The American Patriot answers that demand.”

“The American Patriot motorhome definitely fits the American Coach mold.  Inside and out, it embodies ‘the heart of luxury,’ while its nimble size captures ‘the soul of freedom’,” added Lenny Razo, vice president of sales and marketing.  “You’re not going to find a motor coach that better captures America’s pioneering spirit and desire for adventure, yet still offers the quality and luxury American Coach owners have come to expect.”

The American Patriot will be available at American Coach dealers this summer.

SOURCE: REV Group press release

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