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Getting the Best Auto Loan Rates


Getting a good auto loan rate is not luck, but rather a skill that you must learn. There are good auto loan rates available if you know the tricks of the trade and how to negotiate to get the best deal for you. Remember, you should not be afraid or nervous when trying to negotiate your auto loan because you will be saving yourself money. That should give you the courage to try and get the best auto loan rate available. Follow these suggestions as well to guide you in buying a new care and negotiating your auto loan interest rate.

Auto Loan Tip #1 Buy at the End of the Month

Frequently car dealerships have contests and the winner of the contest gets a good prize, whether it is monetary or physical. Generally, theses contests are a month long, so by the end of the month the salesman are crazy to make a sale regardless the price. So, you will be able to negotiate a better price on your vehicle during these types of competitions. The lower the cost of your vehicle, the better terms you might be able to get for your auto loan.

Auto Loan Tip #2 Have Good Credit

Now this might seem obvious to you, but everyone is not aware how their credit will affect their auto loan rate. If you have great credit, go buy a car whenever you want because you have grounds to negotiate an auto loan on. If you have bad credit, work on rebuilding your credit for several months and then try to get an auto loan. This effort alone will help you in more areas than just your auto loan rates.

Auto Loan Tip #3 Negotiate Your Auto Loan

When talking to an auto loan lender don't divulge how much money you can spend per month on your auto loan. If you throw out the highest number then this will be the starting point and exactly what you want to avoid. Instead, negotiate with the lender, know your limits however and that there are other car dealers and lenders out there. You never should accept a first offer without trying to get a better deal.

Jay Moncliff is the founder of http://www.loans-center.info a blog focusing on the latest Auto Loans news, resources, and articles. This site provides detailed information. For more info visit his site at: auto loans


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