Your Phoenix RV Dealer is Awaiting Your Call
While we are most known for renting recreational vehicles, we are also the nation’s leading RV dealer as well. In other words, we don’t just rent RVs; we sell them too. We have sales location throughout the U.S. and Canada to best serve your needs. However, if the Cruise America RV that you want is not located in the sales location nearest you, we will pay your airfare (up to $500) to fly to one of our other locations to pick up the motorhome of your choice. It’s called our Fly and Buy program. There are a large number of reasons why it would benefit you to purchase a recreational vehicle from your Cruise America Phoenix RV dealer; here are just a few:
- Each motorhome we sell is completely refurbished, so that it runs like new>
- All RVs for sale on our lots have been properly maintained and serviced since they were brand new.
- All of the bugs have been driven out of these models
- Each motorhome comes with a limited power-train warranty, and optional additional warrantee coverage is available on each unit.
Cruise America continually purchases new inventory. When they do, they sell the used inventory to create space. These units are all shipped to our headquarters in Mesa, Arizona, where they are completely gone through with a fine-tooth comb, and restored to their new condition for the eventual customers that are wise enough to recognize the benefits of owning a used motorhome from Cruise America.
One of the best reasons to purchase a used motorhome from Cruise America (besides the joy of having it) is the significant savings over buying a new unit. You will not only save on taxes, registration and insurance, but the actual purchase price is considerably lower than the price of a brand new one. About the only thing you get with a new unit that you don’t with a used one is the “new car” fragrance! Looking at the advantages over the disadvantages of purchasing one of our used RVs, it becomes evident that one would be spending poorly to purchase a brand new unit over a used one.
This, however, does not apply just anywhere or under just any conditions. When you purchase a used motorhome from anyone else, you don’t know exactly what you are getting. If they can’t guarantee and prove that they have been maintaining the coach on a regular basis, and if they offer no guarantees or warrantees, then caveat emptor, or “let the buyer beware.”