What do I need to do to qualify for a car loan?
When you submit your loan application, we consider your history with the Credit Union. We'll also be looking at your credit history to determine how much we can finance for you. A good credit history consists of a record of on-time payments to your creditors (e.g. credit cards, other loans).
Are your rates the same for new and used cars?
We have established separate rates for new and used vehicles - check the current loan rates
Is there an early pay-off penalty?
No. You can make payments toward your loan balance anytime and there won't be any penalty fees. Paying off your loan early is certainly a benefit to your finances as it will decrease your total interest payment.
Do you offer car buying services?
Looking for your next car, truck or SUV? We partnered with the following dealers and companies to help make your search easier and provide competitive deals on your next new or used automobile purchase.
Our team of experienced auto brokers will help you locate the best vehicle that suits your needs, negotiate the best price on your behalf and even have the vehicle delivered to your home or office at no extra cost! Visit www.carscoutscu.com for more information! email@example.com.
The Credit Union recommends Vince Strand corporate accounts manager who can get you competitive deals you are looking for in Acura, Honda, Lexus, Nissan, or Toyota. Send Vince an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-385-5050, x1308 or at 310-963-6436.
Autoland does all the legwork – just tell us what car you're looking for, and we'll take it from there. Through our expansive auto network, we have access to extensive inventory, giving us the buying power to find virtually any make, and model at a great value. We'll find your perfect car, negotiate preferred pricing, and secure all manufacturer incentives for you. If you need to find affordable financing, we can help with that too. All you'll have to do is decide whether to take delivery of your vehicle at your home, office or nearest financial institution branch.
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