Salal Credit Union Auto Loan Interest Rates Today at 2.99% APR

With more nonprofit credit unions offering low interest rates, preapprovals and other benefits, getting financed for a car today is as easy as selecting the vehicle of your choice.

Thinking about going new or used but undecided about how to negotiate around the financing part? Forget about haggling at the dealership or settling for an inflated APR — instead, check out Salal Credit Union, where members can get approved for its best car loans on the spot, at an interest rate of 2.99% and terms up to 84 months.

Salal Credit Union Auto Loan Terms and Conditions

Based on a member’s creditworthiness, a 2.99% APR applies to terms up to 84 months for all new vehicles up to four years old, and all pre-owned cars from five to seven years old, titled and licensed. Other credit union options include:

  • Quick preapprovals
  • Available refinancing
  • Rate reduction of 0.25% with 2,500 Salal Rewards Points
  • Vehicle search via AutoSolution and AutoSMART
  • Convenient payment options, through direct deposit or auto pay

About Salal Credit Union

Nine doctors formed Salal Credit Union in 1948, then known as the Group Health Credit Union. Four years ago, it was renamed Salal after the Northwestern-native plant, since its healing and resilient properties were symbolic and indicative of the credit union’s mission to persevere for its members in all of Washington.

Save for Your Future

Though it will always have ties to the health care industry, anyone who lives in Washington can join Salal and experience all the deposit, loan and business banking solutions the credit union has to offer.

The best car loans, with the lowest APRs, can be yours today.

Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Additionally, interest rates are based on the institution’s online published rates and may have changed since this offer was posted. Please contact the financial institution for the most recent rate updates and to review the terms of the offer.

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Paul Sisolak

Paul Sisolak joined the GOBanking Rates team in January 2012 and has an extensive news reporting background, where he was primarily a staff writer for several major print newspapers and other noteworthy publications.

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