NeXus RV announces placement of a showroom in California

WEST COAST SHOWROOM

Elkhart, Indiana…..Nexus RV, a factory direct manufacturer of Class C, Class B+ and Super C motorhomes, has announced the placement of a showroom in Temecula, California. 

“This showroom will have, for display purposes only, a Ghost Super C, a Phantom Class C and a Viper Class B+ to allow customers from the West Coast an opportunity to review, touch and feel our great products without traveling back to Indiana,” stated, Dave Middleton, Nexus RV Vice President and Co-Founder. 

 “This expansion will bring our products to many customers who cannot make it back to the Midwest to see our units,” Middleton continued, “For many people coming to our factory is fun and informative and a big part of the buying process from Nexus RV, but for many they understand our great value and high end construction and simply want to see the finished product prior to making their buying decision.”

“We feel as though, the factory direct model requires this type of commitment.  Although we will not be selling these units, we believe this is the last objection to overcome, ‘where can I see one?’ “Stated Claude Donati, President and Co-Founder of Nexus RV, “As our business continues to grow, we think this business model will become the way to purchase motorhomes.  Customers get to order what they want, the way they want it and the units are fresh off the factory assembly line.”  Donati, said. 

Nexus RV’s showroom will be located in Temecula, California, at 42122 Rio Nedo, Ste. 107.  “Temecula, California is a great location because it is safe and easy to visit.  Two hours from Los Angeles, one hour from San Diego, easy drives from Palm Springs, Quartzite, AZ and Yuma, AZ and really cheap and accessible Airline flights to LAX, Ontario, Orange County and San Diego Airports.” Middleton pointed out.

“We are preparing an easy electronic system for customers to enter the showroom with some additional electronic support to allow our customers to talk with our Factory Representatives as they review the units. Stated Donati, “This technology is easy and available, in fact, many health clubs have gone to it to allow customers anytime access to the facilities.” 

Nexus RV has headquarters in Elkhart, Indiana where they build motorhomes out of their 100,00 square foot production facility. For more information, go to WWW.NEXUSRV.COM.

NeXus RV Announces Factory Direct Dealership in Florida

Elkhart, Indiana……

Nexus RV, LLC, a factory direct manufacturer of Class C motorhomes, Class B+ motorhomes and Super C motorhomes, has announced the placement of a factory direct dealership in Clearwater, Florida.

“Florida is such an important market for all RV manufacturers and that is certainly the case for Nexus RV.” stated Dave Middleton, Vice President and Co-Founder, “We spend the month of January in Florida attending various shows, the placement of our company owned Dealership will allow us to better represent our great products to the Snowbirds and vibrant Florida market place.” Middleton continued.

Nexus RV was established in 2010 and until now has sold everything from the highly recognized manufacturing complex amidst the RV capital of the world. “This strategic expansion is based on making it easier for customers to see our products without going back to Indiana,” stated Claude Donati, President and Co-Founder, “Our products stand very tall verses the competition and we know the more people that get to see it the more we will sell. “ Nexus RV has hopes of operating by the end of the year and look forward to being part of the RV marketplace in Florida.

Another added benefit to this expansion will be our ability to sell our high quality used motorhomes and towable products through this great location in Clearwater. “As we all know, in the Midwest the weather can be challenging and many of our customers are in the south, this will allow us to stay close to them year round.” Donati, stated. Nexus RV- Florida will be located at 14900 US Hwy 19 Clearwater, FL more details will be available at www.nexusrv.com in the coming weeks.

Why buy a Class C Motorhome?

After 17 years of selling all types of RVs to the retail public, it has become apparent that there are several key factors that customers expect in their RV. The importance of these items may vary from person to person but they are consistently on the list when retail customers make their buying decision.

These important items have made our decision, at Nexus RV, to build Class C Motorhomes and Class B+ Motorhomes. Here are the biggest motivators in selecting this type of product when RVing in North America:

1. Safety- Class C Motorhomes and Class B+ Motorhomes products are safer to drive than any other type of RV made today. The Ford Chassis has dual airbags which is rarely available in the Class A or Diesel products.

2. Drivability- Driving a Class C Motorhome is very similar to driving a car or an SUV. This fact has made it is for first time RVers and RVers that are getting older to maneuver on the highways and byways. The cockpit is comfortable and lower to the ground and the driver is behind the front axle giving you more visibility of things around you.

3. Sleeping Capacity- Having the extra bedroom in the overhead is mandatory for many of those retail customers who have children or grand children that go on trips as a family. This nice feature allows you to sleep two extra people without opening the hide a bed sofa in the living room. In the event that you do not need the extra sleeping the Class B+ Motorhomes product gives you nicely finished entertainment center for those couples or singles enjoy the RV lifestyle.

4. Serviceability- Because the entire cockpit and front end of the cut-a-way chassis is like a van, every Ford Service center will work on this product without hesitation. Unlike the Class A or diesel motorhome, that requires a special service center and or truck facility to be service, the Class C products can get in and out quickly and conveniently keeping customers driving down the road.

5. Size- Class C Motorhome products are typically shorter and lower profile than their Class A and Diesel big brothers. Many camp ground restrictions make it difficult to own a unit that is too long or too tall. Class C Motorhome products are designed to give customers maneuverability into areas that may be impassable by the bigger Class A products.

6. Price- Class C Motorhomes and Class B+ Motorhomes products have proven to be the best value while keeping as much of your hard earned money in your pocket. There is anywhere from a $25,000-$100,000 difference in the sale price of a Class C and a Class A/Diesel Pusher. This has made “Right sizing” a thing that is occurring on a daily basis. In a day and age that banks are requiring a lot of information from retail customers in order to finance a RV, the Class C Motorhome product is a great alternative to stay well under $100,000 and enjoy the RV lifestyle.

7. Floor Plan- this features ties into the sleeping capacity but is more comprehensive. The Ford Cut-a-way Chassis gives you 14,500 lbs. This high GVWR allows for a nice selection of truly functional floorplans. In fact, you can get anything from a 23’ to a 32’ with three slide-out rooms. Most recently, Driver and Passenger seats that swivel have become available making the Class C Motorhomes are far more versatile while maintaining all the elements that make it the product of choice for today’s RVer.

At Nexus RV, we believe so strongly in these features that we are building our company on being the number one factory direct manufacturer of Class C Motorhomes and Class B+ Motorhomes  products in the industry.

For more information call 1-855-786-3987 or visit our website at www.nexusrv.com

Claude Donati President Nexus RV

Factory Direct Model Works

Factory Direct Model Works

Recently, Mike Molino, RVDA President, wrote an editorial in the September/October issue of RV Business. This magazine is primarily an inside industry trade magazine that informs those that supply, manufacture and sell RVs of current affairs. I read with astonishment the candor in which Mr. Molino delivered the current philosophy of the Recreational Vehicle Dealer Association.
It appears the association is concerned with sales that occur outside a dealership’s given territory and with service centers that work on RVs that don’t sell that product. Interestingly, if the association had their way, customers would pay more for their RVs because you would only be able to buy your RV from a local dealer. Consequently, they would pay more to have their unit serviced because the customer could only get their unit serviced by a stocking dealer that would charge more per hour for repairs in order to cover the large overhead associated with stocking large inventory. By restricting the options a customer has can only increase the cost of both the unit and servicing the unit after the sale.
At Nexus, we sell Class C Motorhomes and Class B+ Motorhomes directly to the retail customers, and we have set up a network of servicing dealerships throughout the country that is more extensive than any other dealership in the industry. The fact is RVers travel throughout North America and relying on the local selling dealership to handle the service needs is nearly impossible. Many times the RVer is thousands of miles away from the selling dealer and must rely on mobile service centers and “non rolling stock service providers” to get them on the road. The current Manufacturer-Dealership business model has failed horribly with supplying customers with the service support they need. Removing all the politics and restrictions to making customers happy is the foundation that Nexus RV is working toward.
As for the selling of RVs directly to the retail customer, without the dealer network, will save customers money. The buying experience when buying from a factory direct cannot be matched by a dealership. The overwhelming advantages are easy to see. First, retail customers are looking for as much information on how their unit is built as possible. In fact, many retail customers want to understand each and every process and component that goes into the building of the unit. As a factory direct company, we know everything there is to know about our product and the reason behind each design. When visiting a dealership, the customer can only look at finished product and the dealership personnel have little information on each model because they represent many different companies and they have too much to remember. This lack of knowledge can cause many other problems down the road. Secondly, when buying factory direct, the retail customer has the ability to “menu customize” their unit. Picking fabrics, outlet locations, paint colors and important options makes the retail customer feel like they had some input on their unit. Contrarily, buying from a dealership, the retail customer is pushed hard into buying the “green one” on their lot because the dealership is trying to move the inventory as it has been on the lot for up to a year or more. Enticing customers to buy aged units with “rot lot” by lowering the price is a recipe for a dissatisfied customer. Buying factory direct, the retail customers gets to buy a unit with little miles on the odometer and that has been freshly built. The unit is truly new.
Finally, one of the most compelling reasons to buy factory direct is the value customers get when eliminating the “middle man.” At Nexus, we have measured the savings we have given our customers. After a year in business, we have saved our customers an average of $7,100 dollars. Imagine, a better buying experience because of more information, better service because of a national service network, a better unit because it is newer and it is built to the customers specs and at a lower price. Do not let anyone tell you different, if you can get all those benefits to buying from a factory direct, you should do it!

Visit www.nexusrv.com for more information