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Who offers loans for less than $7500 or more than 70000 miles?

I want to puchase another car, but I don't want to spend too much.  Every bank/auto loan place I go to will NOT finance a car that costs less than $7500 or that has more than 70,000 miles on it.


Does anybody know what online auto financing company's would finance a cheap car with a few miles on it? I have excellent credit and I want a competitive interest rate.


Any feedback would be appreciated.



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Re: Who offers loans for less than $7500 or more than 70000 miles?

I believe your best bet would be to go to a local CU.  A lot of the bigger banks will not want to do it

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