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Gilligan004

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We are thinking about buying a Nexus super c motorhome!
Can anyone tell me positive or negative info on Nexus or super c in general

I would appreciate any comments... Gil
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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I too will be interested to see what responses you get.  In my opinion, Nexus is about the same as any other brand in terms of quality and ownership experience..  Owner reports vary from ecstatic to shock. New buyers are wow'ed, but the glow wears off with experience.  Nexus is terrific at marketing but probably no better than average on quality of design & construction. They make some mighty sharp looking rigs, though.

Their super-C's use an International brand diesel truck as the base, whereas most others use Freightliner trucks, the Freightliner Custom S2RV chassis, or Ford F550's.  Freightliner and Ford shops are accustomed to handling RVs becasue there are a lot of them, but International dealers/shop not so much. Freightliner even has RV-certified shops (Oasis dealers), a small plus for owners.
 

Gilligan004

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Thank you for your reply! I am anxious for more input as I am kind of sold on the Nexus so far but I can change my mind!
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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Have you looked at the Dynamax Super-C's?  They have the best rep in that type of product, but they aren't cheap either. Hardwood cabinets, top grade upholstery and floor covering, etc.

The Isata 5 and Force HD have GVWR's of 19,000 or greater, 19.5" or larger tires, etc.


http://www.dynamaxcorp.com/product-details.aspx?LineID=329&Image=12937


http://www.dynamaxcorp.com/product-details.aspx?LineID=301&Image=10336
 
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