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Go play outside

We mean that in the best possible way. And we want to help you save money on your next recreational vehicle loan.
  1. New and Used Financing

    Come on over to Summit for new and used boat, RV, ATV, UTV, snowmobile, personal watercraft and camper financing options.


  2. Free, Fast Loan Preapproval

    Preapproval is quick, easy, and free. Know what you can afford and be prepared to save with a great rate.


Other Secured Loans — Includes Boats and RVs
Rates Effective October 21, 2020

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your estimated monthly payment below

Term (up to) APR (as low as) Monthly Payment
24 Months 4.35% $43.66
36 Months 4.45% $29.78
48 Months 4.55% $22.87
60 Months 4.65% $18.72
72 Months 5.90% $16.57
120 Months (Boats & RVs only; $25,000 min.) 7.00% $11.65
180 Months (Boats & RVs only; $40,000 min.) 7.50% $9.31



Refinance Your Current Recreational Vehicle Loan and Save Money

We have lots of options for you to refinance your loan from another lender and save. Stress less about monthly payments so you can truly enjoy your boat, RV, ATV, UTV, snowmobile, personal watercraft or camper.

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