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Camper trailers are a fantastic way to experience the open roads of Australia. We help customers save more on camper trailer finance because our consultants search for camper trailer loans from 25 of Australia’s leading leisure financiers. Our consultants can tailor a loan package that suits you and your circumstances.
All camper trailers
We use the latest in technology to give you speedy access to quotes, applications and of course, camper trailer finance. We finance all types of camper trailers, from hard-floor, soft-floor, A-frames and off-roaders. Want to buy a used camper trailer? You can – we finance camper trailers bought via private sales or dealers.
Calculate and save on camper trailer loans
Want to get a handle on how much you could save with one of our camper trailer loans? Use our camper trailer loan calculator to figure out budgets and compare loans from our loan partners.
|Lender||Product Name||Advertised Rate||Comparison Rate||Monthly Repayment|
|Savvy||Secured Camper Trailer Loan|| 5.51% |
|ANZ||Variable Rate Personal Loan|| 14.69% |
|St. George||Personal Loan – Unsecured|| 14.35% |
|CBA||Secured Personal Loan|| 13.90% |
|NAB||Variable Rate Personal Loan|| 13.69% |
|CUA||Fixed Personal Loan|| 11.99% |
|Westpac||Unsecured Personal Loan|| 12.99% |
* The interest Rate of 5.85% p.a. with a comparison rate of 6.75% p.a. is based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $40,000. WARNING: The comparison rate, monthly repayment and total cost applies only to the example given and may not include all fees and charges. Costs such as broker fees, redraw fees or early repayment fees, and cost savings such as fee waivers, are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts may result in a different comparison rate. Establishment fees and monthly fees apply only to consumer loans. Commercial use loans may attract different fees.
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What kind of camper trailers can you buy?
Before you start researching, you should know there are three major types of camper trailer on the market. These are wind-up style, which resemble caravans; flip-over trailers that “flip over” a canopy which you attach to the ground, and; soft-floor camper trailers, which you can extend to a structure, and have some modern conveniences. Sometimes, you can get custom made trailers and variations on these three types.
Buying new or used camper trailers
If you are in the market for a camper trailer, you may wonder if buying new or used is the best option. Buying new is the pricier option, but it does mean you will get more life out of it. It may also come with better dust and waterproofing options. A used camper trailer is cheaper, and may have just as good features than a new trailer at a fraction of the cost. Buying used may be a great idea if you do not go on holiday very often.
Camper trailers vs. camper vans
Though they have “camper” in the title, the two styles of “accommodation on wheels” are vastly different. First off, you can hitch and unhitch a camper trailer to the back of a vehicle. A campervan is self-contained as one unit. It’s more like a smaller recreational vehicle than a camper trailer. A camper trailer is usually expandable, and can accommodate more people than a campervan. Camper trailers can also come with kitchens and bedding.
Checklist before buying a camper trailer
Before you commit to buying, you should consider a few things first about the type of camper trailer you’re buying. First off – where are you going? Do you need an off-road camper trailer? If so, a soft-floor trailer may not suit. You also need to consider how much your current vehicle can tow. If you go off-road often, you need a camper trailer with dust and waterproofing. But this may limit the comfort options available to you.