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When to Refinance Your Auto Loan

With interest rates still lower than they have been in the past, an auto loan refinance may have crossed your mind — and it could be a good idea.

If your current interest rate is at or above 6%, there’s a good chance you could save hundreds of dollars each year by refinancing auto loans.

Take a look at the 5 scenarios where refinancing makes sense:

  • Interest rates are lower than your original loan. Refinancing loans are considered used car loans, and their rates are usually higher than new car loans. But depending on the market, the refi rates could still be more than a couple of points lower than your original loan. (Remember: Even a 2-point difference can make a huge impact over the life of a loan.)
  • Your credit score improved. Your credit score has a major influence on loan rates, so check it before you consider a refinance. If your score is higher than before, a lender might consider improving your rate.
  • You didn’t get your best rate. Dealer-sourced vehicle loans commonly carry a higher rate than the consumer deserves because the consumer simply didn’t know better. The extra money is a profit source to the dealer, like rust-proofing or extended warranties. When this is discovered after the fact, it may pay to refinance.
  • You need a lower monthly payment. Sometimes the unexpected happens. If you need to reduce your payments for financial stability, refinancing your car loan for a longer term will lower the monthly payment. It’ll cost more in the long run, but the individual payments will be more affordable.
  • Your car lease is expiring and you want to purchase the vehicle. When you fulfill the terms of a lease, you typically have the option to buy the vehicle. (Plus, there’s always the chance that the residual value of the car is set too low. That means you’d purchase it for less than it’s worth at the end of the lease.)

How much can you save?

The amount you could save with an auto loan refinance is largely dependent on the age of your current loan. Because car loans are paid by amortization, more interest is paid in the first half of the loan than the latter half. That means the earlier you refinance, the more you stand to save with a lower interest rate. Call us at 1-800-226-6428 to see if refinancing your auto loan is right for you. 


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