Calculate loan payments, determine if a low rate or cash back is better, explore purchase or lease options and more with our auto financial calculators.
Calculate the monthly payment for an auto loan based on the net purchase price of the vehicle, the loan term and the interest rate for the loan.
Vehicle manufacturers or dealers will often offer incentives to purchase a vehicle in the form of a low rate loan or a cash back incentive. Evaluate which option is best.
The term of your vehicle loan can make a big difference in what your monthly payment looks like. It can also have significant impact on the amount of interest you'll pay over the course of the loan.
The purchase price of the vehicle you can afford is based on several factors, including the monthly payment you can afford to make, your down payment, net value of any vehicle you'll be trading in and any rebates or cash back offers available from the dealer or manufacturer.
As you determine which vehicle to buy and which loan terms to choose, the choices you make can have a big difference in terms of what your monthly payments will be and what the costs of the loan will be once the loan is paid off.
As the price of gasoline continues to rise, the question often arises as to whether it makes financial sense to trade-in a 'gas guzzler' for a more fuel-efficient vehicle. There are many factors that go into that decision, including the cost of the new vehicle, the amount of miles you drive and the cost of fuel.
Does it make better sense to buy or lease a new vehicle? That depends on a number of factors, such as the residual value of the car you intend to purchase, the amount of money you pay up front as a capitalized cost reduction and the cost of financing.
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