View Full Version : Any good places for auto loans?
06-28-2000, 12:02 AM
Anyone know of a good place for auto loans with a low interest rate. The best I can for is 7.45% interest rate with a perfect credit history.
06-28-2000, 12:15 AM
While we're on the topic, does anyone know of a good place to get my laundry done?
If not, I could really use a car wash... got any good deals on that?
I'm also looking to buy a ring for my wife... can someone do the research for me?
Oh, and if you're not too busy, I could really use a new house at a great price too...thanks!
06-28-2000, 12:25 AM
Look pal, I've done by research and seeking the fellows here to help me. There are times questions often bring up deals. There are people out here to help and not be a smart ass. Stop wasting bandwidth and go do your laundry at Coin-op around your corner!
06-28-2000, 12:45 AM
Haven't bought an auto in a couple years (paid off my loan), but given the current interest rate environment, I'd jump on the 7.45! If you find anything cheaper I'd be curious
06-28-2000, 01:51 AM
I got fixed 8.25% on my mercedes a year ago...from Union Bank of California...have you tried them??...this is my first car loan...so I'm pretty much content with the rate I got...but I think the current rate is slightly lower than that.
06-28-2000, 03:12 AM
I found a couple good deals where you get cash back when you get a car loan.
or try this
06-28-2000, 08:30 AM
Where do you live? Larger market will usually offer more competition. Tried a credit union in the area ... my CU is offering 6.75 on new car loans. Sometimes the dealer will match finance rates at banks and CU's!
06-28-2000, 09:34 AM
I'm using E-Loan.com for my current car. They give a better rate than banks in New York do. But the best rate I ever got for a car loan was form the manufacturer themselves. Acura had a 1.9% apr on my integra in '97. Since it's almost the summer already, most of the major car manufacturer's will be offering special APR's soon. Go to www.edmunds.com (http://www.edmunds.com) and than click on "incentives and rebates". They will tell you the manufacturer's banks APR is.
</P> But next time, you might wanna post this on Off-Topics. Cause this really isn't a deal.
06-28-2000, 10:42 AM
I use www.bankrate.com (http://www.bankrate.com) for everything. Check it out.
06-28-2000, 07:02 PM
I live in the LA area. The dealer quoted me a wooping 9.75 and like I'm going to "yea, going ahead." I found a credit union at work that offers 7.45%. They once offered it at 6.50 but I missed it!
06-29-2000, 06:48 PM
I don't know where you can beat 7.5% thats a good rate already I know where you can save alot on insurance I saved 110.00 a month 150 down to 40.00 over a year that is 1320 that is a couple car payments interest free if you need hooked up call1-800-806-1124 and talk with Rich tell him Jeremy told you about his special discount rates very close to whole sale see my thread for very very cheap auto insurance.
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