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4.2
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3.5
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4.4
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4.2
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Kimberly Sharpe

Florida, USA

Reviewed on May 13, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Northwood Nash 24B view listing

5.0
Absolutely Love this model and year! So easy to maneuver and camp with!!! All season and has generator plus solar panels… LOVE! Bunk area can be used for storage under neath and plenty of storage inside and outside! Would not get rid of this and will keep for my kids to have.... read more
Absolutely Love this model and year! So easy to maneuver and camp with!!! All season and has generator plus solar panels… LOVE! Bunk area can be used for storage under neath and plenty of storage inside and outside! Would not get rid of this and will keep for my kids to have.
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5.0
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Dean Jeff

Florida, USA

Reviewed on April 17, 2024

RV reviewed 2019 Northwood Nash 24B view listing

5.0
This is the best travel trailer made. It’s designed to be off the grid with tons of solar power, generator, large propane tanks, and it’s all season coach. I’ve been RVing for 30 years and know a lot about them. The suspension on this has shocks and leaf springs. There is more cabinet space ... read more
This is the best travel trailer made. It’s designed to be off the grid with tons of solar power, generator, large propane tanks, and it’s all season coach. I’ve been RVing for 30 years and know a lot about them. The suspension on this has shocks and leaf springs. There is more cabinet space and counter space and very luxurious. I have zero issues with it.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Vlad B

Alberta, Canada

Reviewed on February 10, 2024

RV reviewed 2016 Northwood Nash 23D view listing

2.2
Bought the unit new in 2017. Overall decent quality except for the manufacturer missing about 2 inches of seal in the corner of the slide. Water was infiltrating slowly into the corner of the slide from day one resulting in rotting the corner. We had to have the slide totally rebuilt at a cost of over $8000 ... read more
Bought the unit new in 2017. Overall decent quality except for the manufacturer missing about 2 inches of seal in the corner of the slide. Water was infiltrating slowly into the corner of the slide from day one resulting in rotting the corner. We had to have the slide totally rebuilt at a cost of over $8000 CAD. Also it always towed like a pig. Very unstable, crappy factory tires and no shocks. On the positive, we were able to camp at -25C with no problem with the water not freezing anywhere.
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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1.0
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Samuel

Reviewed on September 10, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Northwood Nash 17K view listing

2.6
Looking at the specs, the Northwood Nash 17K seemed the best for our 3-season use. We bought a new 2022 one, after it sat more than a year on the dealer lot. It came stripped from some parts, apparently used to retrofit other trailers. Many manuals were missing. Electrical: 0 out of 5 Trouble since first ni... read more
Looking at the specs, the Northwood Nash 17K seemed the best for our 3-season use. We bought a new 2022 one, after it sat more than a year on the dealer lot. It came stripped from some parts, apparently used to retrofit other trailers. Many manuals were missing. Electrical: 0 out of 5 Trouble since first night, as the Jensen DVD/radio LCD was brightly shining over the bed, even when switched off. The solar controller, Zamp ZS30-A, also installed above the bed, flashes for several minutes at sunrise, not a bug, just a poorly chosen location for placing it. Do Northwood Nash ‘Engineers’ ever sleep in their developments? The 75Ah deep cycle group 24 battery discharges completely overnight, after full charge, even when everything is disconnected. Seems this trailer features many ‘dormant’ loads like detectors, radio, antenna, 2-way fridge. A single battery is not enough for this “Off The Grid” trailer. …The ‘generator box’ is small, meant only for an Onan 2.5k. Unnecessary number of bright LED lamps (6 in + 6 out) for a small trailer. Plumbing: 3 out of 5 It is hard to find where the taps for winterizing are located with the manual, written for all Nash trailers, 5th wheels and campers, not just ours. After some spelunking, we found the antifreeze tube hidden under the fridge, and that a drawer needs to be removed to access it. We did not experience other issues, beside the blinking lights when the pump is running. Furniture: 3 out of 5. Quite some sawdust dropped from the furniture as we travelled. Over torqued screws went loose and were replaced by larger ones. The edges on the hardwood shelving by the bed were very sharp, and needed sanding to avoid injuries. Not so well crafted… The thick spring mattress too wobbly, unpleasant as it is not a walk around bed. Construction: 2 out of 5 There are rust bubbles on the A-frame, as the thin painting was done without adequate prep. As the door got wobbly, it started to show a half inch gap without insulation between the door and the wall. The door polyester shows 3” bubbles – delamination outside and inside. Another gap blows cold on the side of the bed. The bug meshes for windows are not built ‘square’ and do not fit. The ‘generator box’ is not airtight with the cabin, we patched the gaps inside to avoid smells coming from the jerrycan stored in it. The power jack rated for 3500lb max, as this trailer is 7400lb loaded (the jack needs also to lift the rear of the tow vehicle for easier fitting the WDH). Floor plan 3 out of 5 For 4 seasons use, we do not want a slide out, and the Nash 17k is one of the few insulated trailers without slide. After several weeks of use, we find the bathroom rather wide and would have instead preferred a somewhat larger passage by the range. The storages under the beds are difficult to access, with the heavy/thick mattresses. Appliances and others: 4 out of 5 The fridge is only a two-way not a three-way, contrary to what is stated in the manual. The fridge doors are not level, need adjustment. BTW Nice to have ample propane tanks. Furnace is OK, even its control by the tiny thermostat is not practical.
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2.0
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3.0
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Bart Cochan

Oregon

Reviewed on June 8, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Northwood Nash 18FM view listing

5.0
I bought a 19 Foot Travel Trailer from Northwood MFG. Took it on several trips and everything works great. Put Self leveler system on unit -best invention ever.. The walls are well insulated for the cold winter. I put heat pads on water tanks for cold winter elk hunting. The cap on front is built tough and c... read more
I bought a 19 Foot Travel Trailer from Northwood MFG. Took it on several trips and everything works great. Put Self leveler system on unit -best invention ever.. The walls are well insulated for the cold winter. I put heat pads on water tanks for cold winter elk hunting. The cap on front is built tough and continues to look great during hot sun on unit. When I take this small trailer on a trip I forget it is behind my Dodge 2500 Ram Pickup.. Having a great time on trips . Thanks Northwood for great trailer. I'm Taking it to Banff Canada in a couple months.
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5.0
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5.0
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Dave G

Ohio

Reviewed on May 2, 2022

RV reviewed 2020 Northwood Nash 26N view listing

5.0
We bought the trailer new in Spokane WA and took it home to Ohio. Since then we taken it to Fort Myers Florida and many points between Florida and Northern Ohio, not to mention a couple trips to Northern Michigan. With travel trailers expect to have a hick up here and there, it’s common with moving a ... read more
We bought the trailer new in Spokane WA and took it home to Ohio. Since then we taken it to Fort Myers Florida and many points between Florida and Northern Ohio, not to mention a couple trips to Northern Michigan. With travel trailers expect to have a hick up here and there, it’s common with moving a box on wheels. Speed bumps, pot holes, quick stops for reckless or drifty drivers finding enough space to cut in front of you. As for this 26N - it is the best and can stand proud beside an airstream, without the price tag. Trailers well, rugged and very well designed. Floor plan is efficient, and the included equipment is durable. It’s a great 4 season rig - we tested it down in the teens through Montana to the full Florida sun. Go with the LP 3500 watt onan genset and solar - it really works! When storing use a cover and we even put 1/2” 4x8 sheets of pink foam insulation on the roof and under the cover for those oh by the hail storms that sometimes frequent Ohio - works well and provides great ventilation- preventing mildew and extends life of chalking. If your slide gets cocked (caused by not holding in/out button couple seconds after slide stops - stopping in between interfere with auto sync between motors) just extend til it stops and retract in 10” and stop - then extend again - do this at least 3 times and poof - the motors re-sync and done. So don’t get scared off by the negative ninnies - this is a quality rig and it’s on the best frame in the business! Built to go off grid. How important is a frame? Very, a substandard frame will cause corners to loosen and separate - I’ve seen it on a fifth wheel and I felt sorry for that owner. You won’t see that on Northwoods frame. There’s is more I could say good on the Nash, like grease fitting on easy lub hubs (money saver on bearings and spindles), springs and shocks (give great ride and stability), trailer brakes are durable (two years of use and still strong - I use them often to counter cushion effect from truckers passing - just use brake controller to apply a little brake as semi sucks it in and poof it settle out with no worries). When you do your first chalking - run a bead over the horizontal of the rock guard and you’ll never have the issues the one reviewer had with moisture (I haven’t had to rechaulk yet and everything is dry so far. So to close - we love our rig!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Paul Parsons

Arizona

Reviewed on October 22, 2021

RV reviewed 2016 Northwood Nash 23D view listing

1.0
I have 2021 23D OTG Nash, Insulation great. No slide awning, should be installed! Screen door doesn’t fit correctly and bugs can get in, window above sink, not accurate either, hard to slide. Have had almost all screws on window blinds loosened, had to put backing into holes! Otherwise a great unit!... read more
I have 2021 23D OTG Nash, Insulation great. No slide awning, should be installed! Screen door doesn’t fit correctly and bugs can get in, window above sink, not accurate either, hard to slide. Have had almost all screws on window blinds loosened, had to put backing into holes! Otherwise a great unit!
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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chris harvey

Wyoming

Reviewed on September 13, 2021

RV reviewed 2009 Northwood Nash 21R view listing

3.6
Seeing a few posts related to springs and axles failing. Figured to add my experiences. A few years back I had springs break on my '09 NASH 21R a 1/4 mile from the house after an 1100 mile trip. I got VERY lucky being able to limp it home to the barn. I replaced both axles and springs. Upgraded from #350... read more
Seeing a few posts related to springs and axles failing. Figured to add my experiences. A few years back I had springs break on my '09 NASH 21R a 1/4 mile from the house after an 1100 mile trip. I got VERY lucky being able to limp it home to the barn. I replaced both axles and springs. Upgraded from #3500 dual to #5200 dual axles and springs(Lippert)and also upgraded from stock equalizers to Road Armor tandem axle equalizers. So far so good. Love the trailer in all other aspects and plan to own it for quite some time. I expect no further issues with the running gear. CH Tie Siding, WY
Livability
4.0
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3.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Dean Trethewey

British Columbia

Reviewed on August 7, 2021

RV reviewed 2017 Northwood Nash 25C view listing

3.2
We spend roughly 6-8 weeks a year camping in BC on Vancouver Island. The Nash tows great through lots of windy roads. We found the floor plan to be a good layout. However, we are not happy with the quality. Already have spent over 6K on repairs and find that it is built with low quality parts. The rock gu... read more
We spend roughly 6-8 weeks a year camping in BC on Vancouver Island. The Nash tows great through lots of windy roads. We found the floor plan to be a good layout. However, we are not happy with the quality. Already have spent over 6K on repairs and find that it is built with low quality parts. The rock guard on the front end is also a poor design, as it warps in the heat, then creates a leak that allows the all the water to run down the front end and directly into the framework. Surely this can be designed more robust. Considering these are higher costs then their competitor, it was disappointing that they did not stand up their claims of quality.
Livability
4.0
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2.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Ron Black

Colorado

Reviewed on June 27, 2021

RV reviewed 2008 Northwood Nash 25S view listing

2.0
By far the worst RV we ever purchased. This 5th wheel was the first RV we bought new. Our fourth trip, 6 cupboards fell off, had to drill out hinge holes and replace screws with nuts and bolts. Square landing gear rod was put on backwards. AC quite working after fourth time we used it!!! This was one month af... read more
By far the worst RV we ever purchased. This 5th wheel was the first RV we bought new. Our fourth trip, 6 cupboards fell off, had to drill out hinge holes and replace screws with nuts and bolts. Square landing gear rod was put on backwards. AC quite working after fourth time we used it!!! This was one month after warranty ran out!!
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2.0
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1.0
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2.0
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4.0
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