Whether you want a workhorse or a vehicle for adventure, find a great ATV financing rate in minutes with powersports and ATV loan offers you can compare.
Getting an ATV loan doesn’t have to be a challenge — LendingTree makes it easy to find a powersports loan that fits your needs. Compare rates and terms from multiple lenders for new or used all-terrain, utility-terrain or other powersports vehicles.
Benefits of using LendingTree to find your loan include:
See what your powersports or ATV payment plan would be before you apply for financing by using the loan calculator here.
Whether you know the exact powersports vehicle you want to purchase or you’re just shopping around, getting preapproved may make the shopping and purchasing process easier and quicker. Fill out a form on LendingTree to get possible loan amounts, rates and terms from up to five lenders, depending on your creditworthiness.
To get preapproved, you’ll need the following items:
A powersports loan from a bank
Banks tend to have great name recognition, 24/7 customer service and versatile mobile apps. However, some banks may not offer powersports or ATV loans, and those that do may not have the best available rates.
ATV financing through a credit union
Credit unions tend to offer lower loan rates than banks. Some have minimal requirements for membership, such as Consumers Credit Union, which only requires a one-time donation of $5.
Borrowing from an online lender
Online lenders are typically transparent about their rates and can be a great source of information. Be sure you look specifically at powersport or ATV loans rather than personal loans, which tend to have higher rates.
ATV, Jet Ski and snowmobile loans from the manufacturer
Powersports manufacturers, such as Honda, Polaris and Yamaha, may offer financing for the powersports vehicle you want. Depending on the model and when you’re looking to buy, the manufacturer may also offer a rebate as a financing incentive. Generally, you’ll need good-to-excellent credit to qualify for rebates or low-APR financing.
Powersport financing through the dealership
Most dealers will help you find financing with a lender such as a bank, credit union or manufacturer. But they typically are not themselves lenders — dealers that provide their own loans are called “buy-here, pay-here” dealers, and they typically charge some of the highest APRs. If one of the traditional loans we’ve already mentioned isn’t a good fit for you, consider using a credit card, ideally paired with a hefty down payment, or paying cash.