Where should I go to get the best car loan rate on a Mercedes?
"I want to buy a Mercedes for $55,000. At that high of a price, I want to make sure I can get the best loan rate.
Where should I go to get a cheap auto loan?"
“Getting the best car loan rate is all about doing your due diligence. The more you shop around, the more likely it is that you’ll get the best rate.
That said, you might want to start at a credit union. Because they’re a nonprofit organization, they can typically offer rates that are lower than the ones offered by banks or other lenders.”
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