All You Need to Know About Used Car Loans

Some people in the market for a new used car might prefer to pay for their vehicle with cash. Thus, they avoid a credit inquiry and a long-term monthly payment. But in the real world, this is becoming less and less common. Buying a used car typically involves applying for a used car loan. But while you may not jump at the idea of taking on a new monthly debt, there are ways to keep your used auto loan affordable.

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