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Old 10-11-2010, 08:56 AM   #1
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Jayco insignia dp

Looking to upgrade from our 2008 Southwind 37c to a mid level diesel pusher. Dealer here has his pencil pretty sharp on a 2010 Jayco Insigina.. Anyone own one of these? If so, what's your opinion? I don't find these listed in the 2011 lineup, looks as if this model may have been dropped.

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Old 10-12-2010, 09:01 AM   #2
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The Insignia was around under the "Jayco" branding for a short time. Then, I believe Jayco moved all their Class As over to the "Entegra Coach" line. (Entegra is part of Jayco.).

It seems like that 2010 Insignia is really darn close to what the 2011 Entegra Aspire is now.

Maybe someone else can chime in with more definitive info. Below is a link to take a look:

About Us | Entegra Coach

Hope this helps!

Really nice coach, no matter what the name of it is!

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Old 10-26-2010, 03:17 PM   #3
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Jayco Insignia

We just toured Entegra Coach in July. I believe what happened is Jayco decided they wanted to get into the class A market so they began making the Insignia a few years ago. Then when Travel Supreme went out of business Jayco bought their product line and moved it to a new facility near their existing complex in Middlebury, IN. Now they have the Insignia, Aspire, Anthem & Cornerstone. They all look to be a very quality product and are taking extra care to ship a perfect product. The Jayco website does not list the Insignia, just class C's. The Entegra web site does not list the Insignia, just the other three models. I don't think their online presence has been updated to reflect the new company organizational structure. In talking with the sales manager that gave us the tour, they are still in the process in signing contracts with dealers to carry the Entegra line. They are very nice coaches.
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We just test drove the Entegra Insignia at OrlandoRV. Very nice ride. Here is what I know of the history of this coach. 2008 Travel Supreme Insignia was very much like the Entegra Anthem is today ($almost $400k). When Jayco bought this company's assets in late 2008, they thought they would "test out" the Insignia with their trailer dealers. Of course, this did not work, so they have lowered the cost and downsized the motor to have a very nice "entry" level into the Entegra line. Built the same way as the bigger coaches with their wonderful fit and finish. The dealer rep told me that Entegra's goal is to become a "player" in the high-end field, so they want to take production very slow and build up. The Entegra Coaches entire production is only building 3 coaches a week, unlike some factory's currning out as many as 11 a day! I think they are going in the right direction. You need to drive one.
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