When Claude Donati and David Middleton, two good friends who are both professionals in the recreational vehicle field, decided that they wanted to manufacture and sell motorhomes in the same facility, the result was Nexus RV. In October of 2010 Nexus made its announcement into the RV industry. Their facility has 86,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space and a 25,000 sq. ft. indoor showroom that is climate-controlled. NeXus has perimeter outdoor hookups that allow new customers to test drive their new motorhome for 24 hours or longer to make sure that they are completely satisfied before they drive away. The Nexus RV website tells us, “We build your dream” …by revolutionizing the way Class B + and Class C motorized vehicles are sold.
Located in the heart of RV country in Elkhart, Indiana, it is the intent of Nexus to “…eliminate all areas of waste in the selling process and deliver the highest quality exclusively built motorized product directly to you, the retail customer.” Nexus RV is a factory direct manufacturer, therefore eliminating dealerships and unnecessary costs. This allows the Nexus customer to save money and deal with the builders of their motorhome directly. Nexus RV tries to give you a very pleasant buying process and one of their main goals is to provide all of their customers with the best buying experience through quality, value, and service, while they still save you a lot of money.
NeXus RV has one Class B+ motorhome called the Viper. There are four different floorplans that the Viper is available in. While Nexus RV is fairly new to the industry they are committed to bringing the consumer a quality product at affordable prices.
To find out how NeXus RV compares in areas of quality, construction and customer service order our Motorhome Comparison Guide.