US Loan Interest Rates

Provider Rate Type
Regions Bank Auto Loan

Rate indicated is the minimum APR. The APR is based on a number of factors including: the age of the vehicle, whether the vehicle is new or used, as well as, your: credit history, loan amount, loan term, and loan to value ratio of your vehicle. 

2.49% to 9.99%
APR 2.49% to 12.96%
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May 2018
PenFed Credit Union 3 Year New Auto Loan

Rate indicated is the minimum APR for loan amounts between $500 to $100,000 for new vehicles.

2.49%
APR 2.49%
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May 2018
Star One Credit Union Auto Loan

Rate indicated is the minimum discounted APR for new vehicles and requires automatic payment and/or direct deposit and it has a minimum loan amount of $30,000.

2.49%-6.49%
APR 2.49% - 6.49%
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May 2018
SDCCU 3 Year Auto Loan

Rate indicated is the minimum APR for new vehicles for terms up to 42 months. Rates are based on collateral, amount financed, term and credit history. 

2.49%
APR 2.49%
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May 2018
Gate City Bank Auto Loan

Rates apply to personal loans which included auto loans but excludes refinance or lines of credit.

Term <= 36 months

2.57%
APR 2.57%
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May 2018
Navy Federal Credit Union 3 Year Auto Loan

Rates applicable to a new vehicle purchase with up to 36 months loan term.

2.59%
APR 2.59%
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May 2018
Alliant Credit Union 5 Year Auto Loan

Reates are applicable to new vehicle for a term up to 60 mths and rates as low as 1.99%APR.

2.74%
APR 2.74%
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May 2018
SECU 3 Year Auto Loan

Rate indicated is the APR for New Vehicle Loans using payroll deduction or funds transfer pay. This rate is for a term between 37 - 60 months.

2.75%
APR 2.75%
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May 2018
KeyBank 15 Year Fixed Rate Home Loan

Rate indicated is the fixed interest rate for purchases.

3.170%
APR 3.275%
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Apr 2016
Bank of America New Car 5 Year Auto Loan

Rates applicable to a 60 month fixed rate auto loan with a new car assuming 20% down and an excellent credit history.  

3.24%
APR 2.74%
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May 2018

In the United States for loans, banks may use a credit scoring as a factor to help determine whether to give a person a loan. It also may be used to help decide the terms that an individual is offered or the rate they will pay for the loan. The legislated Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) gives someone the right to get their credit score from the national credit reporting companies.

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