Or, take over payments with no additional money charged. Six brand new Michelin tires (June 2020), brand new brakes including ABS sensors and rotors (June 2020), two brand new 6V batteries (Sep 2020), brand new motor in automatic steps (Sep 2020), extremely low mileage (under 20K), impeccable maintenance record, trailer hitch with 7-point hookup plus rock guard/mud flap, impeccable carpets, pristine leather couch, two TVs, DVD player, satellite, brand new washer/dryer (June 2020), full body paint, new roof, all new sealants on the exterior (2017), new rear view camera (2017), automatic hydraulic leveling jacks, and generator recently serviced. Gorgeous, meticulously cared for, both in terms of cleanliness and maintenance schedule. Non-smokers with no children; clean. I've had it for 5 years, and have only taken two long trips and only several trips in the 1-1.5 hour distance. Fewer than 20 total trips taken. Prior to my ownership, an older retired couple owned, and they didn't travel much (I bought with ~13500 miles on it). The wife became a widow, and then consigned the motorhome at Camping World where I found it. Only looking to sell because I retired from active duty in 2018, and am on a fixed income.
Taking over payments is an option. To be absolutely clear, because sometimes there is a misconception as to what "taking over" someone else's loan actually entails, here are the details. When the registration and title are transferred to a new owner, the lender needs to be notified. The lender will then step in and require a credit check to make sure the new owner can make the payments. This leads to the initiation of a new loan at the new owner’s credit level. Some banks will confirm this, while others might be able to work with the old and new owners to figure something out. In the latter case, the new payer of the car payments, so to speak, would still need to go through all of the hoops as if they were getting the car loan in their own name from the outset. What it boils down to is that I'm selling and not making a dime. You will still be taking out a loan in your name to pay off what is left of the loan, and like any other loan, your loan is based on your credit history.
This site isn't overly accommodating with respect to uploading photos, so you can contact me and I can give you a dropbox link that contains 65 photos of inside and out.