That is not published by Freightliner but by Dynamax, who does not build on the S2RV chassis, and is seeking to "highlight the strengths" of the M2 Heavy platform. They don't mention that some of the listed things are additional equipment installed by Dynamax and not inherent to the chassis. For example rear suspension air dump switch is a recent addition, and plenty of older Dynamax coaches don't have it. "Upgraded" shock absorbers is another example. The chart says that S2RV doesn't come with an auxiliary air chuck but that is always added by the coach manufacturer, and the Valencia has it too. So in my opinion it's a dishonest comparison. I get it, it's marketing material, but they don't represent it as such.
Also the chart does not answer my question.
To be fair, SportTruckRV has published an even worse misleading comparison chart that compares the 2018 Valencia to the discontinued-since-2018 non-HD Force and the 2016 Seneca.
2020 Renegade Valencia 38RW