If the manufacturer offers a choice of either 0% financing or a rebate on the purchase of the car it is usually more beneficial to take the manufacturer's rebate. Why? When you take the rebate and put it towards the down-payment on your car, your loan payments are automatically calculated on a lower principal balance. Use this handy comparison calculator to calculate your savings. (Please note: This calculator is intended to provide approximate information on loan payments and does not constitute an offer to extend credit. Your actual payment information may vary.)
Moreover, 0% financing offers usually have restrictions that apply, such as:
Save even more on your rate when you purchase your car through our convenient, no-obligation car-buying service, The Car Store.In addition, homeowners have several other financing options available. A Home Equity Line of Credit offers low rates, low payments, flexibility and possible tax advantages. The Auto Equity Loan provides all the advantages of a regular car loan, but also offers potential tax breaks. Apply for a Tech CU Auto Loan, Home Equity Line of Credit, or Auto Equity Loan today and reward yourself with the savings.
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