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Old 06-26-2021, 10:45 AM   #1
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Difference between a 2022 Accolade and 2022 Accolade XL

I am getting a new Accolade XL and was wondering what the differences between a 2022 Accolade and 2022 Accolade XL are?


I can't find much anywhere on the internet.



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Old 06-26-2021, 10:53 AM   #2
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Here you go, right from the factory to compare the two. https://www.entegracoach.com/motorhomes/accoladexl/
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Old 06-26-2021, 11:54 AM   #3
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I saw that but it doesn't show the 2022 Accolade, just the 2021 so I would be comparing the 2021 Accolade with a 2022 Accolade XL. And the website description on the 2022 Accolade XL is not accurate. I know this because my dealer gave me an upgrade sheet on the 2022 Accolade and it lists things that this Accolade would have that the 2022 XL would not.
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Old 06-26-2021, 07:22 PM   #4
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The difference between the Accolade and Accolade XL narrows in 2022. For instance both now have standard 190 watt solar, not just solar prep. Both have two 15k btu A/C's with heat pumps, in 2021 that was XL only. Both now have induction cooktops, previously the regular Accolade had 3 burner propane.

The XL will have a Girard awning and
250 Aquahot. There is no onboard propane, so no gas/electric refrigerator option for the XL.

One salesman in Tampa told me the cabinets are deeper on the XL but I haven't seen the two side by side to compare.

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Old 06-26-2021, 11:02 PM   #5
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Thanks, that was what I was looking for
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Old 06-29-2021, 09:49 AM   #6
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Actually that does not list the Accolade XL, just the Accolade.
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Old 06-29-2021, 09:49 AM   #7
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Is there a list like that for the Accolade XL?
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Old 06-29-2021, 10:04 AM   #8
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That is the entire brochure for the Entegra line listing changes fort 2022. I spoke to the factory rep, twice now. The XL gets the same changes that the regular Accolade gets as long as they are applicable. I listed them above. I extensively researched and compared the two before deciding and ordering the regular XL as I'm not ready to give up propane nor deal with an residential refrigerator with the amount of boondocking I like to do
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Old 06-30-2021, 08:35 AM   #9
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Don't you mean by saying a regular XL you mean the accolade? There is no regular XL. But there is accolade and a accolade xl. With both now having the same fridge and cooktop, I don't think any of them have propane now.
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Old 06-30-2021, 10:21 AM   #10
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I do mean regular Accolade. And the regular Accolade does still have propane as it does not have aquahot, it has a 10 gal dsi water heater. I'm not happy they switched the stove to induction but there's no choice. And you can option an RV fridge (110 electric/gas absorbtion) in the regular Accolade, which is how I ordered mine.
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Old 07-01-2021, 10:56 PM   #11
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Hey all,
I just got the difference from the manufacturer. This is official from the Dealer Rep.


The XL “All-Electric” Package
(differences between standard Accolade models)
Exterior Upgrades:
• Four “stunning” exterior paint schemes.
• Roof mounted, two-stage, 19’8” NOVA II Girard awning with DS dummy box on driver’s w/ fairing kit.
• Chrome exterior baggage door handles & locks.
• Three floorplans: LK, LL & LM (order of their engineering development)
Systems Upgrades
• Aqua-Hot 250D hydronic water and heating system. This system delivers 40,000 BTU’s of enveloping
warmth throughout the coach without the annoyance of cold spots or loud blowing air.
• Two low-profile Mach 15M BTU A/C’s with 6,000 BTU electric heat pumps is the highest BTU
resistance heater available on any RV air conditioner.
• High-gloss porcelain tile with NuHeat electric floor heat providing soothing warm throughout the
coach with no cold spots.
Cockpit Upgrades
• Integrated carpeted cockpit floor mat for a much-improved look.
• 9” Sony media center with Apple Car play and Android Auto with voice controls. The oversized 9”
anti-glare touch screen makes everything easy to see when in camera mode.
Interior Upgrades
• Solid wood cabinets and stiles Stonewall grey with high gloss automotive finish.
• Reatta XL entire décor package choices of Eggshell, Pinecone and Onyx. The furniture style, cabinet
hardware, window valance treatments, slide-out fascia’s, decorative lighting, 8” LED light over
dinette all mirroring the Reatta XL interior.
• Increased the depth of overhead cabinets from 12’ to 18” and will now be over both the dinette and
sofa for huge amount of more storage. The sofa window and the dinette window will now be equal
in size.
• Bedroom vanity drawers have been reduced from 8 to 6 to enable much larger and deeper boxes for
exceptional clothing storage.
• Under mount solid surface bathroom sink bowl
• Crown molding over entrance door.
• Pocket door with latch ILO of tie-down strap.
• Added additional lighting below bedroom TV.
Kitchen Upgrades
• A 12’ x 48” kitchen window is wood framed with dual spice racks at each end of the window.
• The convection microwave is flush mounted for a “cleaner” higher end coach look.
• Induction cooktop with two burners with LED display. This cooktop comes packed with safety
features likes automatic shut-off, hot surface indicator and child lock feature
Options
• Winegard Trav’ler Satellite Dish network.
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Old 07-02-2021, 04:43 AM   #12
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The standard Accolade, in 2022, get the same A/C's and induction cooktop. The rest are very nice but, IMHO, not $20k+ nicer. But even if it was free, I would order the standard Accolade. I'm a boondocker and propane makes life easier, no matter how much solar one has.

It is nice to have choices though.
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