Motor Home Rv Finance Rates

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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Motor home RV finance rates are the same regardless of the brand, length, or quality of your selected RV. After all, finance companies are not in charge of consumers' good or bad judgment, they're only in charge of the money they loan. Based on your credit profile, which is developed from your application and your collateral, RV financing companies offer affordable interest rates for the recreational vehicle of your choice.

The manufacture of RVs is largely unregulated, so it is up to consumers to become knowledgeable enough about RV construction to pass on the quality of a specific model. Another option is to find books and websites by consumer organizations whose experienced experts have assessed the quality of RV manufacturing companies and their individual models. One of the most popular types of RVs is the class C, which often is a safer, more economical alternative to a class A.

Characteristics of Class C Motor Homes

First-time buyers are often surprised to find that a fine class C is about as expensive as a low-end class A. With their distinctive cab-over design, class C's are far more difficult to produce than class A's. The latter are basically big boxes, but because the class C is built on a van chassis and front end, everything must fit perfectly for balance and stability.

Gas mileage is a plus for class C's; in fact, C's are generally more economical because they don't depreciate as much and the well-built brands are strong and durable. From the late 1990s on, some excellent C's were built in the under-30-foot lengths, but not all manufacturers produced quality RVs. As always, look into the companies that are known for their pride in workmanship and the long-lasting performance of their RVs.


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