Arizona RV Sales

There are approximately 40 Arizona RV sales dealerships that can be found via links on the RVUSA web site.

Arizona is very popular destination for many travelers because of its low humidity, temperate winter weather, number of wonderful RV parks and many hot attractions.

Since camping is highly developed in Arizona, it has become the perfect place to buy your new recreational vehicle.

Thanks to the great interest in purchasing this type of vehicles, Arizona has lot of places where one interested in RVs may find just what he needs.

Although Arizona has plenty of RV dealers selling new and used campers, some of them are more popular than other due to their good services and kind staff.

Here are some of them:

•    La Mesa RV has a number of RV sales locations in Arizona where you can find both new and used recreational vehicles.


-    Phoenix West
7525 W. McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85035
(623) 295-3000
Sales: (888) 509-4199

-    Phoenix East
1740 South Mesa Drive
Mesa, AZ 85210
(480) 615-5000
Sales: (888) 509-4199

-    Tucson
3255 East Irvington Road
Tucson, AZ 85714
(520) 807-7200
Sales: (888) 509-4199

-    Yuma
6651 GilaRidge Road
(928) 317-7940
Sales: (888) 509-4199

-    Quartzsite
75 East Main Street
Quartzsite, AZ 85346
(928) 927-3005
Sales: (888) 509-4199

•    Sun City RV is number 1 recreational vehicle consignment dealer in Arizona. It is in the business since 1997 and is family-owned business.

9045 NW Grand Ave,
Peoria, AZ 85345
Sales and Service: (623) 979-8585
Consignment: (602) 909-9000

•    World Wide RV is one of the leading RV dealers in Arizona and in the United States

4660 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85205
(888) 313-3061


•    Little Dealer Little Prices RV is the premier Arizona RV dealer with one of the largest inventory in Arizona:

-   Mesa
    2038 N. Country Club Dr
    Mesa, AZ 85201
    (480) 321-8431

-   Phoenix
    2400 W. Indian School Road
    Phoenix, AZ 85015
    (602) 386-1074
-    North Phoenix
    2350 W. Deer Valley Road
    Phoenix, AZ 85027
   (623) 889-3972


Visitor's story....

Have you ever been Rving?

If not you may want to take a couple of short trips and at least one longer (4 days or more) excursion to see if you really want to own an RV.

New luxury motor coaches can cost $200,000.00 or more and even fold out campers can cost more than $2000.00.

Often people buy new RV’s and discover very soon they don’t like the Rv-ing life style.

They wind up putting these almost new low mileage rigs on the market. Since RV’s depreciate quickly, you may be able to get an almost new RV at a cost well below the original selling price.

Do you know what kind of RV you want to get? If not ask yourself these questions. How many people must you be able to accommodate in your RV? Do you want luxurious amenities or would you prefer to rough it? Maybe your desire is for something in between these alternatives? Will you need to buy a new vehicle to tow your mobile home or do you want a motorized RV? And perhaps how much can you afford to layout every month for your trailer?

When you have the answers to these questions it is time to go hunting for Arizona RV sales dealerships that sell the type of RV’s you are interested in.

Just as with new cars, don’t pay the ticket price, negotiate for a better deal. If a dealer won’t work with you, move on to another.

If you are a member of the Good Sam Club ask fellow members about where they bought their recreational vehicles.

There are many benefits to membership such discounts on RV parts and at many campgrounds.

If you decide to buy a used RV, be careful. Ask if you can have your RV mechanic check out the rig. A seller who won’t allow this is one you should avoid.

Also with a used or even a new RV you will eventually need to buy parts and accessories.

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