2012 NeXus RV Phantom Class C
Avg. Rating

Read about the experiences consumers and owners have had with 2012 NeXus RV Phantom Class C RVs and view their reviews and ratings on various aspects of them.

Read Reviews

Ken moore from Indiana says:

Have had the Phantom for 4 years and bought it direct from Nexus. While traveling thru Indiana, we lost the vent uptop and stopped at the plant to ha

Read More (2 reviews)

Have you owned an RV like this? Write a review

Matching RVs For Sale:

Voted Most Helpful Review 2012 NeXus RV Phantom 31P View Listings

Overall Rating
Livability
Overall Quality
Floor Plan
Driving / Towing
Factory Warranty / Support
Have had the Phantom for 4 years and bought it direct from Nexus. While traveling thru Indiana, we lost the vent uptop and stopped at the plant to have it replaced. Nexus charged around $350 (surprise) to replace an eighteen dollar part which they charged over $200 for and $120 for labor. Should have went to a camping world - it would have cost %$85. This is how they treat an old customer.
- Ken moore, Indiana

Did you find this useful?

report this review

Report this review
Please select a reason

2015-10-01 2012 NeXus RV Phantom 32P View Listings

Overall Rating
Livability
Overall Quality
Floor Plan
Driving / Towing
Factory Warranty / Support
I researcher rv's for 4 months before I even came across the Nexus brand. Dealers didn't carry them so information was limited. I happened to view their video's on U-Tube when I was looking at Thor RV's in the class C. What the Nexus brand boosted about was the fact that they had the opportunity to do something special in the Industry by being a " Direct Manufacturing" Company. This allowed them to put extra care into the rv' such as: .Automotive seals around every window .One complete roof that goes beyond the sides .They actually have "air ducts" in the roof .Special expensive sealants others don't use due to costs .Under carriage structural designs not seen in the industry .Heated mirrors and many more features that other manufactures charge an arm and a leg for. Nexus does it because their a smaller company, can cut out the middle man (dealer) and maintain an excellent quality product from start to finish. I actually went to their Indiana Manufacturing plant in Elkhart, IN to pick up my used Phantom 32' class C. Than bad boy was sitting inside the showroom all cleaned and shining, it looked new. The VP was there with a tour group so I talked with employees. They loved their jobs. They felt very fortunate to be working there. Now to me that is an excellent verification that I was buying a quality RV. Thank You
- Eric Slentz, Colorado

Did you find this useful?

report this review

Report this review
Please select a reason
  • 1

More Matching RVs For Sale: