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1.7% with Chase (JP Morgan) for a used 2011 sedan is that good?

Hey all, I am not sure if this is the best I could get. The offer running for all(creditworthiness) is 1.9% and I asked for even better rate and the dealersihp came up with 1.7 with cahse. I wonder if i could get even better apr.

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Re: 1.7% with Chase (JP Morgan) for a used 2011 sedan is that good?

Thats an excellent rate on a used car

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Re: 1.7% with Chase (JP Morgan) for a used 2011 sedan is that good?


sccredit wrote:

Thats an excellent rate on a used car


+1

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Re: 1.7% with Chase (JP Morgan) for a used 2011 sedan is that good?

Make sure the rest of the deal is good. They might be changing numbers in other places to give you the good rate.

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Re: 1.7% with Chase (JP Morgan) for a used 2011 sedan is that good?


Dustink wrote:

Make sure the rest of the deal is good. They might be changing numbers in other places to give you the good rate.


+1. This is very true. I've heard stories of buyers so "happy" with the rate and forget to look over the contract for hidden fees or extra charges.


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