If you’re looking for RV financing for your motorhome or camper, Truliant Federal Credit Union will get you on the open road quickly with flexible loan options.
Save time and money with Truliant RV financing.
Whether you’re in the market for a new RV, a used camper or you want to refinance an existing loan, we're here to help. With flexible terms and fast approvals, you’ll be on the road in no time.
- Low, fixed RV financing rates to help you save money
- Flexible term options so you can find a loan that fits for you
- RV Financing on vehicles up to 10 years old
Once you apply, we will help to walk you through the rest of the process so if you ever have a question, we're here for you. If you applied online, you can expect the same personalized attention from one of our Digital Guidance Team members.
Once a decision has been made on your application, we will contact you. If you are approved, your Digital Guidance Team member will contact you to discuss your RV loan amount, terms and payment information.
Your funds are ready whenever you are so you're free to start your next adventure.
An RV is a big investment. Gone are the days when a few thousand dollars could get you a quality camper. With prices a bit higher now, we can help you with financing so that you can focus on making memories, not a financial mistake.
Truliant RV loans feature low, fixed rates with terms up to 180 months.2 With flexible terms and new and used RV options available for a wide variety of motorhomes and campers, we can help with a loan that works best for you.
Refinancing RV Loans
We can even help you save money by refinancing your existing loan to a lower rate from Truliant.
Recreational vehicle loans are the second most expensive purchase many people make, followed only in price by their home. And much like home-buying, there are many tips to consider prior to moving forward with an RV purchase.
Take your time. Be sure to look into the guts of the RV prior to purchasing to ensure things like your plumbing, electrical and other important factors are of quality. Many people take a year or more before finding their right camper. RV Loans are major investments, take time to ensure your decision is one you will be happy with for a long time.
Ask around. Talk to people who have RVs and ask what they like or don't like with their camper or motorhome. Consider asking about their RV financing, was it stress free? How many lenders did they talk to about RV loans?
Negotiate the price. A good rule of thumb is to look into purchasing an RV during the off-season at the end of the year or at the end of the month.
Consider purchasing a used model. You may not want to rule out used models as these may be gently used or even updated with a lower price. RV loans are expensive, saving money on a used camper can positively impact the life of the loan.
When it comes to RV ownership, a simple solution could be to ease into the purchase. Learn how with our simple guide.
Motorcycle, RV, Boat and Classic Car Loans
Boat loans include motor, trailer & accessories. Classic Cars are based on NADA classifications. All loans are subject to credit approval. (1) The estimated monthly payment on a $30,000, 60-month loan at 9.99% APR is $637.(2) Annual Percentage Rate (APR) may change before consummation of the loan. Loan rates are based on credit history, profile, and loan terms.
A recreational vehicle, often abbreviated as RV, is a motor vehicle or trailer that includes living quarters designed for accommodation. Types of RVs include motorhomes, campervans, coaches, caravans (also known as travel trailers and camper trailers), fifth-wheel trailers, popup campers, and truck campers.
RVs can range from utilitarian – containing only sleeping quarters and basic cooking facilities – to luxurious, with features like air conditioning (AC), water heaters, televisions and satellite receivers, and quartz countertops, for example. RVs can either be trailers (which are towed behind motor vehicles) or self-propelled vehicles. Most RVs are single-deck; however, double-deck RVs also exist. To allow a more compact size while in transit, larger RVs often have expandable sides (called slide-outs) or canopies that are deployed when stationary.
The history of RVs can be traced back to the early 1900s, when people began to travel by car for pleasure. The first RVs were simply tents that were mounted on the back of a car. Over time, RVs became more sophisticated, with features like sleeping quarters, kitchens, and bathrooms.
Today, RVs are a popular way to travel and camp. They offer the convenience of a home away from home, and they can be used to explore a variety of destinations.
There are many different types of RVs available, so it is important to choose the right one for your needs. If you are planning on doing a lot of traveling, you may want to consider a motorhome. Motorhomes are self-propelled, so you do not need to worry about towing a trailer. They also tend to be more spacious than other types of RVs.
If you are looking for a more affordable option, you may want to consider a travel trailer. Travel trailers are towed behind a car, so they are not as spacious as motorhomes. However, they are still a great way to enjoy the outdoors.
No matter what type of RV you choose, be sure to do your research and find one that is right for you. RVs can be a great way to travel and camp, but they can also be expensive. It is important to choose an RV that fits your budget and your needs.
Here are some of the benefits of owning an RV:
- Convenience: RVs allow you to bring your home with you wherever you go. This can be especially helpful if you are planning on doing a lot of traveling.
- Flexibility: RVs give you the freedom to travel on your own schedule. You are not tied down to hotels or campgrounds.
- Affordability: RVs can be a more affordable option than staying in hotels or motels.
- Adventure: RVing can be a great way to experience the outdoors and see new places.
Here are some of the drawbacks of owning an RV:
- Cost: RVs can be expensive to purchase, maintain, and insure.
- Size: RVs can be large and difficult to maneuver, especially in tight spaces.
- Storage: RVs can be difficult to store when you are not using them.
- Maintenance: RVs require regular maintenance, which can be costly.
- Insurance: RV insurance can be expensive, especially if you have a large or expensive RV.
Overall, RVs can be a great way to travel and camp. However, it is important to weigh the pros and cons before you decide if an RV is right for you.
How to Get a Deal on a RV
Learn how to get the best deal on your RV with these tips.
(2) Only motorhomes and campers are eligible for loans that exceed 84 months. The estimated monthly payment on a $40,000, 84-month term RV loan at 11.49% APR is $695.
(3) Classic cars are based on NADA classifications.
Pull trailers, horse trailers, snowmobiles, four wheelers/quads/trikes, and mopeds are not eligible for a RV loan.