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I've posted glowing reports about our experience with Nexus before but since you asked i'll do it again. We bought our 2012 23P used with just 6,205 miles on it two years ago. Since then we have put 23,000+miles on it going coast to coast and a whole lot of places in between.
The coach is awesome! First of all it is probably the largest, roomiest 24' Class out there. With 7' of interior headroom throughout the coach and at 101" wide it is truly a "Widebody." We have yet to use more than about 60% of the available storage and I travel with more tools and toys than most.
We do not have a Toad per se but recently added a nice 1987 BMW R80 RT motorcycle with its own custom trailer to the equation. It tows like a dream and will probably be coming along on most if not all of our future trips. The list of quality features usually not found in most C's is lengthy.
Framed in steel, fiberglass roof a with one piece fiberglass end caps it is built like a tank. Heated tanks, top quality appliances, 35,000 BTU furnace and a 13,500 BTU AC unit keep us comfortable in any weather. Electric awning, two coach batteries, power drivers seat, 22" TV and a nice DVD player, heated remote control mirrors, custom innerspring mattress are just some of our favorite features. The faux Leather (aka "Pleather), in the huge custom U shaped dinette is very comfortable. The cabover bunk is huge at 8' long and 54" deep with lots of head room.
The E-350 chassis has a 55 gallon fuel tank to feed the 6.8L V-10 which is mated to the superb 5 speed Torque Shift transmission. We picked up a full set of brand new Michelin LTX M/S 2's for free to replace the original M/S's that were recalled by Michelin (just good ole dumb luck there but it still makes me smile). We have consistently averaged 9.5 mpg cruising at 55 - 63 mph including a fair amount of generator time. (Generac 4,000Kw).
The custom Amish Maple interior is gorgeous and I have yet to find a scrap of particle board or plywood anywhere in our coach. We have a 3 burner stove with oven and the microwave is as large was the one in our house. The Norcold frig is large and works flawlessly on AC or LP.
Stopped at the Nexus factory twice when passing through Elkhart and had them mount a custom spare tire carrier up under the rear of the coach and add another set of seat belts for the dinette (it came with one). Their labor rate is a very reasonable $75 an hour.
Had one major issue, an improperly mounted fuel fill hose (came from Ford that way), and Nexus fixed it for free despite the fact that we were not the original owners and the coach was 18 months out of warranty.
If there is a happier Nexus owner out there I would love to meet them.