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Old 04-10-2015, 09:12 AM   #1
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Nexus Super Class C International

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Looking at a Nexus Super Class C 33' with 3 slides for about $117,000. This chassis is the International Terrastar and it is what most school buses use. I like many things about the unit as far as lower weight, simple design, and $50,000-$80,000 less than most super class C's.

Any owners out there? Would be interested in how they drive and reliability. Thanks.
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Old 04-11-2015, 08:30 PM   #2
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Not sure what year you are looking at , but if you search the class C forum, I know that there are posts/ reviews out there for the product. May be worth reviewing while you wait for folks to chime in. Seem like decent rigs for the money . Good luck to you
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Old 04-13-2015, 09:07 PM   #3
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Almost bought a Navistar Maxxforce 10 Class A years ago. The engine sounded like a bag of bolts churning.

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Greetings,

Looking at a Nexus Super Class C 33' with 3 slides for about $117,000. This chassis is the International Terrastar and it is what most school buses use. I like many things about the unit as far as lower weight, simple design, and $50,000-$80,000 less than most super class C's.

Any owners out there? Would be interested in how they drive and reliability. Thanks.
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Old 04-13-2015, 10:24 PM   #4
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I own a Gulf Stream Super Nova Super C (33 ft) My understanding is that the guys at Nexus are originally from gulf stream and because of the similarity of the two coaches I'd say this is correct info. I've had no major problems with the international engine but it is different than the engine that comes in the newer chassis. I believe the nexus has the Maxx force which is newer than the vt365 that is in mine. The first coaches out of nexus had the 19" wheels which has been upgraded to the 22.5 which is a much better deal. The motor home drives like a car. I pull a 28ft car trailer that weighs almost 10,000 lbs. This is the main reason for my purchase. I think you will be happy with the coach but like everything it will no doubt need some tinkering to correct minor problems that are the nature of any motorhome you buy. There's even problems with the very high end coaches. Hope this helps, Good luck and enjoy the road.
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I thinks it's a good deal. Power train has warranty and International is a proven brand.
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Greetings,

Looking at a Nexus Super Class C 33' with 3 slides for about $117,000. This chassis is the International Terrastar and it is what most school buses use. I like many things about the unit as far as lower weight, simple design, and $50,000-$80,000 less than most super class C's.

Any owners out there? Would be interested in how they drive and reliability. Thanks.
Interesting rig to be sure. The chassis is a proven product.
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