Is 0% APR financing for 84 months a good deal on a Ford Bronco?
Is an 84-month loan a good idea? I want to buy a new Ford Bronco, but I need to finance it. Right now, the dealer is running a special that offers 0% APR financing for 84 months.
“If you want to get an 84-month loan, this is as good of an APR as you’ll find anywhere. Most 0% APR loans cap out at 60 months, so this is indeed a great deal.
Be mindful of how loan length affects the overall amount that you pay for a car. It’s typically recommended that you go no longer than 60 months for a car loan.
You should check to see if there are any fees, like:
- late payment penalties
- prepayment penalties
Sometimes there are, especially if you miss a payment. So be vigilant and read everything before you sign on your new car.”
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