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Old 01-17-2014, 07:26 PM   #1
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Several Makes/Models to choose from now

Spent 7 hours at the fabulous Tampa RV Show yesterday and spoke extensively with reps for the Nexus Phantom, Winnebago/Itasca Minnie Winnie/Spirit and Coachman Prism. Jayco was the only company we didn't get to visit but will get to their dealer here. So all these are in the running for a class C 24'-26' and I also really like the layout for the Coachman Concord 225LE but was told they are no longer in production. Would love to hear your thoughts, we know there are members who favor the Nexus and they were indeed impressive but not my favorite floor plan of the group. Along with Nexus, any to steer clear of or put at the top of the group?
Thanks for your help.

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Old 01-19-2014, 07:41 AM   #2
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I can't help much with your specific question because we made a quick decision to buy Nexus when we were looking last Fall. As I've stated before, we think Nexus offers good value in a well-deisgned and built product with the option to customize to some extent. This is our 5th MH, so we are pretty familiar with all the brands, including the high end LazyDaze, Born Free etc.

Maybe you walked through our new Nexus at the show? We ordered the 32P last Fall, and arranged for them to bring it to Florida and use it in the Tampa and Ft Myers shows. We went up to Tampa yesterday to check out the unit and the alterations we made when ordering. Main alteration was replacing the bunks with pantry and closet space.

Very pleased with the overall look and feel. Saw a couple of very minor tweaks we will have done at the factory when we move it to Michigan in the Spring.
Bob & Katie Cook

Estero, FL
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