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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 17-07-2009, 18:30 Thread Starter
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Hello to anyone with a Nu Venture motorhome

Hello

I've only just noticed this empty little forum for Nu Venture owners. I have a Nu Venture Surf at the moment. In motorhome terms it would probably be classed as a small or micro coachbuilt rather than a panel van conversion. Here it is:





I'm really pleased with it up to now. The build quality and the way they utilise the available space is amazing
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It looks like a brilliant little camper, a bit like a romahome but I notice a flatter side so yo can have a roll out awning... Really great.
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Evening sue. Thanks, but maybe we shouldn't shout too loud

They'll all want a small motorhome in a year or two
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We Got One too!!

Mine is a little bigger as you know (The Van that is!)
It's the 2008 Version Nu Rio
It's base on the Citroen Dispatch 1.9tdi

We've only had Rio a few weeks, but so far we love it.

As you say the build quality is not that bad and they have made excellent use of the space. On top of that it's very economical.
Have just also fitted a little oven into the space under the grill.
Had a problem losing the fresh water, but I think I've solved it now!

Love it

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Alright Brian

It's a lovely looking motorhome. The Nu Rio is the one that won a silver award from MMM this year isn't it? That's not bad for a little family concern in Wigan.

Pleased to hear you got the fresh water tank sorted
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Just You and Us then Yozz?

Guess they don't know what there missing lol

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Oh I don't know. I know there's at least another two Nu Venture owners on here. I'm guessing there's probably more - maybe they're shy
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Nu Venture Rio's

I notice there are some happy Nu Venture motorhomers here. I am back today from the Gosport dealer, heady with salesman speak to me, a novice to motor homes and driving them.

It has been recommended that the Rio (not the Nu Rio, that is too long, but the second hand one, and possibly the Sand) may fit my purposes. I want to use it for day trips with my parents plus a friend, and for trips away with a friend. However I do wonder about its payload. I also wonder about the seat belt issue.

Are any of you able to comment.

Warm wishes,

Liz
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can u post an interior pic ?? would love to see inside !!!
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