The 2013 Anthem, one of two Class A’s already released for the 2013 model year by Middlebury, Ind.-based Entegra Coach, was on display at Good Sam’s Mar. 22-25 rally at Arizona’s Phoenix International Raceway. The newest rendition of the Anthem is a “great riding” coach built on an exclusive “X-Bridge” Spartan chassis equipped with a 450 HP Cummins engine, independent front suspension, daytime running lights, a muffled Jake brake and a side-mounted radiator, reports Director of Sales and Marketing Tad Jenkins. Porcelain high-gloss tile floors, all-electric componentry, Winegard roof-mounted satellite systems, a 40-inch Samsung LCD TV, surround sound componentry, frameless windows and an integrated Girard awning are key features on the “bus-look” Anthem, a “mid-line” coach in Entegra’s lineup retailing for $425,000 to $430,000. Entegra Coach, an independent company owned by Jayco Inc., has also released its higher priced Cornerstone A-body for 2013 while the more affordable 2013 Inspire is due for a national debut shortly. “Entegra Coach is real close to having 400 retail-registered owners, which I think is pretty phenomenal, considering that most of that growth has come in the last two years,” said Jenkins. “They are widely received. If you read the blogs, you’ll find we have very little, if any, negatives about them. They are a great coach. But, more importantly, we as a company are servicing people well. At the end of the day, it’s how we take care of the issues and the customer’s buying and using them that’s paramount.”