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NeXus RV unveils the Evoque Diesel Pusher at Hershey

NeXus RV unveils the Evoque Diesel Pusher at Hershey

ELKHART, Ind. — NeXus RV will unveil  its newest model, the Evoque Diesel Pusher, during this year’s Hershey RV Show, “America’s Largest RV Show”.

The Evoque Diesel Pusher enters the market as the industry’s lowest priced Raised Rail, Big Block 360 Cummins Engine, with an MSRP of $229,000. This luxury motorhome comes equipped with the typical NeXclusive features including; The use of High Strength Low Alloy Steel (HSLA) Construction, Composite Substrate in sidewalls and roof (no wood in sidewalls or roof), in addition to the vacuum bonded fiberglass roof. This luxury motorhome also comes with an optional Mito 360 security camera system.

Mike Peterson, vice president of sales for the Class A Division at NeXus RV stated “We couldn’t be more excited to present this luxury motorhome to our dealers during Open House. We have worked diligently for months alongside our very talented engineering team to ensure the Evoque, Class A Diesel Pusher provides our customers with all the features of a high-end motorhome.”

Peterson added that, “100 percent of NeXus units go through a ‘Camping Simulation.’ This is a 6-hour process of making sure all systems are working on a generator and shore power, full plumbing test (gas and water), drive and rain test. We do this to ensure the unit is in proper working condition before the dealer receives it.”

If you miss the opportunity to check out the unit in Hershey, dealers are also invited to visit NeXus RV at its Indoor Showroom, located at 3400 Reedy Drive in Elkhart, just west of the RV Hall of Fame, to see this unitduring the Elkhart Open House, September 24 – 27th.

SOURCE: NeXus RV press release

 

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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