I just placed an order on a 2020 Entegra Cornerstone, which will take 3-5 months to come in. I’m offering my 2017 Entegra Anthem for trade-in plus 10% (the sales tax savings I lose for not trading in).
This year and model with this mileage 31,000 is retailing for $290K and street price is usually $279K. Retail for new 2019 is $563,999 and street price is about $400,000. https://www.entegracoach.com/build-price/
This baby is loaded. 4 TVs, King Size Air Number Bed, Sofa air bed, Fire Place, outside Cooler/Freezer to keep your beer ice cold, Big man size shower, dishwasher, washer and dryer, aqua hot system, in floor heating, HD TV satellite dish, china cabinet, and more. 450hp Cummins and Alison 3000 transmission easily has you passing the big trucks up hills with the cruise on.
I’ve had 11 motorhomes, and this one is the most comfortable to drive. I pull a 32′ stacker trailer with two full size 60’s cars and golf cart easily at 75 mph.
I take to the factory in Indiana (good place to spend a couple of days sightseeing) every fall to winterize, do a PDI and fix whatever they find wrong. I have a mobile motorhome mechanic come change oil and service generator every 7500 miles for $330.
Frankly the front air doesn’t cool real well right now, but the other two keeps the coach cool without it. I was going to have the factory service this Fall. I’m pricing this cheap enough to where you can fix it and still be way ahead of of the street price. I priced so low so I can still use until the new one comes in. I just need a $1,000 deposit to hold it for you until then. If not sold under those conditions, I’ll just trade in for the $240,000 and save the sales tax on that amount. They’ll turn around and advertise for $290,000 and sell for $279,000.
Engine, transmission and structure still under warranty.