New 2024 Nexus Verrado 32S: Has Nexus RV Given Us A Winner?
The new Nexus Verrado 32S makes big promises — as big as its super C framework — but is it actually worth it?
Indiana-based RV manufacturer, Nexus RV, has never been afraid to ‘go big,’ and their most recent addition to their Verrado lineup doesn’t break away from this trend.
Over the past few decades, the company has established itself as a leading manufacturer of Class C and Class B+ motorhomes. Their unwavering dedication to craftsmanship and attention to detail has resulted in a diverse range of exceptional RVs that cater to the desires and needs of modern explorers.
For Nexus RV’s fans and admirers, one of the most compelling aspects of the company has always been its relentless pursuit of innovation. By integrating cutting-edge technologies, contemporary designs, and ergonomic layouts, Nexus RV has ensured that its motorhomes offer an unrivaled combination of style, comfort, and functionality.
With that being said, all eyes are now on the new Nexus Verrado 32S and if it stands to deliver on the expectations and reputation the company has built up for over 20 years.
Here’s What You Can Expect From The Nexus Verrado 32S
From the company’s official release information, here’s what interested buyers can expect from the Nexus Verrado 32S in terms of specifications and features.
- GVWR — 19,500lbs
- Wheelbase — 243″
- GCWR — 35,500lbs
- Fuel Capacity — 65 gal
- Exterior Length — 32′-1″
- Exterior Height — 12′-2″
- Exterior Width — 8’5″
- Fresh Water gal — 85 gal
- Grey Water gal — 50 gal
- Black Water gal — 50 gal
- LP — 20.3 gal
- Heater — 6 gal
- Seamless Gelcoat Fiberglass Sidewalls
- Composite Substrate
- High Strength Low Alloy Lightweight Steel Cage Throughout
- Laminated Steel Framed Floor
- Automotive Style Radius Tinted Frameless Windows
- Heated and Remote Rear View Mirrors
- Slam Latch Compartment Doors w/ Side Hinge
- Fiberglass Front Cap w/ Wings
- Slide Out Awning Toppers Throughout
- Seamless Wraparound Fiberglass Roof
- Fully Automatic Leveling Jacks
- Pre-molded Rear Roof Transition
- Lighted Rubber-lined Galvanized Trunk Boxes
- Valve Extenders Rear Inner Wheels
- Nautilus Panel
- Wineguard 360
- Outside Shower
- Cab Over Side Windows
- Dash A/C
- 1 – 13,500 BTU Ducted Roof AC in LR
- 1 – 30,000 BTU Furnace
- Heated & Enclosed Holding Tanks
- Above Floor Heat Ducts
- HVAC Metal Ducting
- Battery Disconnect
- 2 Deep Cycle Coach Batteries 12 Volt
- 50 Amp, 12 Volt Distribution Panel
- 60 Amp, 12 Volt Power Converter
- Water Heater By-Pass Kit
- 6 gal. Gas/Electric Water Heater
- 6.0 Onan Diesel Generator
- Generator Auto Transfer Switch
- Exterior Security Light
- Electric Patio Awning w/LED Lights
- LP Quick Disconnect
- Flooring — Palisade or Atkinson
- Cabinetry — Frost or Slate
- Large Medicine Cabinet
- Stainless Steel Sink with Dual Faucet Control
- Electric Roof Vent
- Porcelain Toilet
- Shower Skylight
- Wall Light Switch
- Shower Head w/Flexible Hose
- Black Tank Flush
- Vinyl Shower Door
- 12-volt Refrigerator w/ 1000 Watt Inverter
- LP Gas Tank and Leak Detector
- 3 Burner Stove Top
- Water Filtration System Throughout
- Residential Faucet w/ Sprayer
- Booth Dinette w/Storage
- TV in Living Room
- Deluxe Innerspring Mattress
- TV in Bedroom
- Jackknife Sofa
The 2024 Nexus Verrado 32S Seems Great, But…
The MSRP of the 2024 Nexus Verrado 32S currently stands at $230,948. Although this may seem somewhat high at first glance (especially if you’re a newcomer to the RV scene), it actually sits at a fairly average price point range compared to similar super C motorhomes on the market.
At this MSRP, the Nexus Verrado 32S gives prospective buyers more than enough bang for their buck in terms of its specifications and the wide array of features it provides.
The Not So Good
Even the most diehard fans of Nexus have raised a few concerns over the 2024 Verrado 32S and what it offers at this price point.
After getting a first look at the Nexus Verrado 32S, some fans have stated that they would have preferred to see tweaks to the design, like a solid front fiberglass cap.
One of the other things that some first-time viewers raised concerns about was the lack of storage space — or rather, the presence of wasted spaces that should have been fashioned into storage spaces.
It is important to keep in mind that although super C motorhomes are larger than their regular class C counterparts, they can still end up having tighter space constraints than larger options like class A motorhomes.
One of the key areas that we would have loved to see more storage space added is under the seats. As it stands, it seems like there is a lot of wasted real estate here, which goes against what we’ve come to expect from Nexus RV.
Overall, the new Nexus Verrado 32S definitely provides more than enough features for its fairly average MSRP (compared to industry standards). That being said, it is still by no means a perfect motorhome.
One of the main things RVers have to worry about is ensuring that everything — from essentials to luxuries — can fit in their home on wheels. In that same line of reasoning, for the Nexus Verrado 32S, the major thing that we would have loved to see was a better use of space when it comes to providing storage solutions for buyers.
The Nexus Verrado 32S is definitely great, but we’re still left thinking about what could have been.