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So you want to buy a new or used vehicle, but aren’t sure what price range you can actually afford? It all starts with your budget. Take an honest look and see how much money you can put toward a vehicle loan payment while still fulfilling your other financial obligations. Then decide how long you’re willing to spend paying off the vehicle. Here are some tips to help you calculate:

  • Base your calculation on the monthly payment you can realistically afford.
  • Enter the interest rate for which you think you’ll qualify.
  • Estimate sales tax based on the guidelines of the state(s) where you plan to buy and register your vehicle.
  • If you’re trading-in your current vehicle, get an idea of its value.
Loan ProgramTermAnnual Percentage Rate (As Low As) 1
2021-23 Model Year48 Months6.09% APR
2021-23 Model Year60 Months6.14% APR
2021-23 Model Year66 Months6.19% APR
2021-23 Model Year72 Months6.29% APR
2021-23 Model Year78 Months6.39% APR
2021-23 Model Year84 Months6.49% APR
2019-20 Model Year48 Months6.44% APR
2019-20 Model Year60 Months6.49% APR
2019-20 Model Year66 Months6.54% APR
2019-20 Model Year72 Months6.64% APR
2017-18 Model Year48 Months7.14% APR
2017-18 Model Year60 Months7.19% APR
2017-18 Model Year72 Months7.34% APR
2014-16 Model Year36 Months7.24% APR
2014-16 Model Year48 Months7.29% APR
2014-16 Model Year60 Months7.34% APR
2013 Model Year (and older)36 Months9.74% APR
2013 Model Year (and older)48 Months9.84% APR
Auto loan payment example for illustrative purposes only: If you borrow $30,000 at a 6.14% annual percentage rate (APR) with a 60-month term, your minimum monthly payment obligation would be $582.02. Over the life of the loan, you will pay $4,920.62 in interest.

1 Auto Loan Rates: Loan annual percentage rates (APR) based on member credit qualification and total loan amount. Mini-Max Loans: Add 1% to conventional rates.

Rates effective 5/19/2023. All loans are subject to approval. Rates, terms, and conditions are subject to change.

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