Spartan Specialty Chassis and Vehicles, a business unit of Spartan Motors Inc., will showcase its latest top-of-the-line Class A diesel chassis design at the 100th Annual Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) International Convention and RV Expo in Minot, N.D. According to a press release, the event is taking place at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds Aug. 14-17 where Spartan will offer an on-site training on proper owner-maintenance of an RV chassis.
The company will display its signature American-flag-wrapped K3 605 chassis riding under the Entegra Cornerstone. Some of the new features include:
- Easy steer variable tension steering with driver control setting.
- Tire pressure monitoring system with integrated control in the dash display.
- Side camera visual display when the turn signal is activated.
The chassis also features the Spartan Advanced Protection System, a comprehensive safety system with collision mitigation, adaptive cruise control, electronic stability control, and Spartan Safe Haul, a chassis-integrated air-braking system for tow vehicles available on the market today.
“Our goal for customers is to arm them with knowledge to care for and maintain their coach and chassis to ensure longevity and a properly serviced vehicle,” said Steve Guillaume, president of Spartan Specialty Vehicles. “We’re excited to bring the latest advancements in Spartan Connected Coach, featuring our digital dash, to the public. FMCA is a great event for us to connect with Spartan chassis owners in person, provide onsite customer service, and answer questions on new product features.”
To continue supporting customers’ needs and technical training demands, Spartan will offer an on-site training seminar, service appointments, and interactive displays for owners to continue to learn and enhance their RV experience. Attendees can see first-hand the latest digital dash innovations with the motorhome cockpit simulator.
Training seminars highlighting owner maintenance tips for parts and service for Spartan owners will also be available. The training seminar will be held Thursday at 4 p.m.