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axg1040

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Posted: 06/27/11 04:34am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As part of my search process for our new class C I came across this company.
http://www.nexusrv.com/
Looks like they are a new RV company that sells direct.
Was looking to see if anybody owns one or has checked them out.
We are heading up to the Hershey show in Sept and hopefully they are there so we can check them out.
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Posted: 06/27/11 05:41am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I do not have a Nexus. They had several models at a FMCA rally we attended last month. One of the owners is a former Gulf Stream employee. Many of the features are similar to Gulf Stream products.


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I was talking with the owners at the Hershey RV show and was very impressed being a skeptic. I asked a ton of questions and liked the answers I got. Have to say for the money buying direct without a dealer saves a great deal of money. After seeing the roof truss with 2-1/2" at the ends and 5" at the center( great thickness for heat/cool loss and gain), alloy steel frame that is 60-70% stronger than aluminum, automotive window gaskets instead of campers caulk, amish built quality cabinets, standard features that are optional on other coaches, fiberglass roof with no seams and curved at the edges (instead of sloppy caulk and screws), best use of storage areas and personal service, I am in the process of purchasing one now. I have researched & shopped for many months and this is the best quality rv for my money. I could not stand the swindling dealers and how they try to manipulate you. Plus I get to order the coach the way I want. I would suggest if your interested, visit the Nexus website and give them a call. JMHO.

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They are supposed to be fantastic RV's. Everybody I've talked to loves them.


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Mid August we purchased a 31 foot Phantom Class C by Nexus. We have just finished spending 8 weeks in our new home and cannot say enough positive about it. It is spacious, luxurious, convenient and loaded with extras you usually don't see until rigs priced 20-40,000 higher. The E-450 chassis is powerful and dependable and gave us a predictable 8-10 mpg.

The buying experience was pleasant beyond our wildest dreams, and Claude and Dave (the owners) handle all the sales themselves, giving very personal and flexible buying.

After many years of camping it is a real pleasure to have the upgraded luxuries of a queen-sized walkaround bed, microwave, automatic ignition of furnace, water heater and generator and the large shower and TV. Storage exceeds everything we could want (we've only used about 1/2 of it) and the tow options will allow us the freedom to bring a dinghy vehicle if we wish.

The driving and handling is fantastic. I do most of the driving as my husband is somewhat handicapped, and I quickly adjusted to the smooth ride and steering. We have had it on narrow winding roads, freeways, and even downtown Chicago (at rush hour, of course)yet the vehicle performed beyond anything I expected.

I can't say enough for this company and what it gives you for the price!

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