Can I buy two Toyotas with one loan?

I want to buy two Toyota vehicles, as the dealer has some great deals. Can I get one loan to buy both cars?

In most cases, you should be able to consolidate two car loans into one. However, you may have to shop around between banks, credit unions, and dealerships to find one that’s willing to put both cars in one loan.
However, since you’re purchasing both Toyotas at the same time, this shouldn’t be too difficult. The biggest obstacle is qualifying for an auto consolidation loan. To qualify for the loan, you’ll need:
  • A good to great credit score, although this is at the lender’s discretion
  • Enough income to pay the single car note
  • A debt-to-income ratio below 43%
Since you’re buying two vehicles, you should also look at finding the best car insurance rates, as full coverage will be required by your lender. Download the Jerry app today to compare dozens of competitive quotes and maximize your savings.
Eric Schad
Answered on Nov 15, 2021
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