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where to get the best financing deal for a new car?

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Cecille Hollinshead
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Can anyone let me know where to get the best financing deal for a new car? My sister is planning on replacing her sedan with an SUV or van, she needs a good boot space and generous backseat because she now have 2 kids in tow. She is asking my opinion on what is the best option, go to a dealer, bank or a credit union? What do you think?
Post Tue Jun 13, 2017 2:37 pm
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IMO, the Credit Unions are best. But many new-car dealers will match those rates.
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IMO, the Credit Unions are best. But many new-car dealers will match those rates.


I spoke with my aunt and cousin and they are all talking about how easier it is to get a loan with a credit unionl My only concern is that credit unions have some requirements i.e. you need to be a member of a certain organization, etc before you can take out a loan.
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Banks have the highest interest rate. You can either go to a car dealer or a credit union. Both are good rates.
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Well, as mentioned above (twice) car dealer and credit unions offer the best interest rates. Yes, credit unions have their conditions and you must go through them thoroughly. May the force be with you!
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Better than the conditions of the auto dealer you are unlikely to find.
Post Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:46 pm
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