Nash is a long time family owned RV Builder....not a huge corporate conglomerate that turns out RV's like the Keebler Elves make cookies! There is real care, quality, pride and craftsmanship in a Nash.
Starting with a chassis frame made right there at the Nash Factory...they tried buying frames from Lippert, but found they could make their own better and stronger. Not many RV builders do THAT! And slightly better than average insulation too.
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I had a NASH. Very nice, well insulated, lots of FANCY inside. But nothing is ever perfect. This thing had more leaks than you can shake a stick at. The gray water tank had a leak at the drain tube. The roof had a leak at the ladder points (1 point). The roof also leaked at seam right above the door. The slide seal leaked (open and shut) which ruined the floor completely after only 1 season. The front window in the bedroom leaked. The plumbing in the bathroom sink and tub leaked.
Yes we bought it 1 year old, it spent the whole winter in the dealer fixing the leaks. (Except the slide room which neither of us caught). We took her camping in March, by Sept. the whole floor in the slide area was soft and dangerous. By that time I had it more than 1 year, so the dealer would not repair it under warranty. The factory actually said they would but Northwood is up around No Cal, Oregon, Washington. Somewhere up in the "great white north" and I live in the midwest. Just no way to get the trailer to the factory, so I swapped it out.
WOULD I BUY ANOTHER NASH? ----- I think I would, but I would check it more completely for leaks and make sure they are sorted out before taking delivery.
12 Chevy Sonic DD, 03 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE, 95 Palamino PUP When I grow up I want to be retired.. THEN I WONT HAVE TO GROW UP AT ALL!!!!
In between Nash and Arctic Fox in price.
Well made , insulated, big tanks, good payload reserve capacity , practical gimmicks that work, made in Clackamas Oregon.
Ours is a 2002 and the 4 th RV we have owned.
A Komfort is what we bought after having lots of practical experience with other brands.
BIL just bought a new Wildwood 23 ft TT. Seems a little on the 'cheap' side to me??? JMHO
Steve & Joyce
2011 Chevrolet 2500 Z71 4X4
2013 Montana High Country 343 RL
1996 Celebrity 200 Boat
2000 Yamaha 1200 LTD Waverunner
2012 Ford Mustang GT (Mama's ride)
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