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Old 12-05-2018, 06:22 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know anything about regency rv national traveler

Not sure if this post should go here or under manufacturers, but, does anyone have any info on this class b? Online it looks interesting and really good pricing for what you get...so is said anyway . https://www.regencyrv.com/national-traveler/

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Old 12-06-2018, 12:37 PM   #2
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I don't know anything from direct user experience, but when I did a brief review of the Class Bs at the Houston RV show last year, I was not impressed with Regency's fit and finish (I didn't have time to inspect the mechanicals, given the setting).

Regency appears to be painting conventional RV graphics on this new model you mention... that will not be good for future resale value. Who makes these design decisions?! The trend is toward greater sophistication and relative stealth, or at least preserving the integrity of the van's original automobile-like appearance. The trend is NOT back toward "Grandma-mobile" swoopie-doopie styling, making it look more like a $16,000 plywood box trailer instead.
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Old 12-06-2018, 02:24 PM   #3
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...painting conventional RV graphics on this new model you mention...
I have been in one and it was solid black, no graphics. High ceiling for sure. Pretty basic looking construction, no idea about the mechanicals.
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I've not been in one. The smallish freshwater tank is kinda no good for me. The on demand hot water heater is a definite no go for us as most of our camping is without hookups. and on demand water heaters waste too much water. Even when getting a site with electric to deal with running the A/C we generally do not hook up the water unless we will be draining/filling holding tanks. With the 35 gallon capacity of our old 200 RT we can go 4-7 days without dealing with the tanks and upwards of two weeks when I'm traveling solo. I like the independence that that provides.

That all said, I'm sure it will work for some folks.
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Old 12-08-2018, 07:17 AM   #5
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Thanks all, I just hadn’t seen the brand before. Appreciate your input n thoughts.
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Old 12-13-2018, 09:58 PM   #6
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We have the regency Xalta and really like it. Finish inside and out nice. We moved from a class A to the B We almost always use hookups to the hot water system works well for us.
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