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sidestep22
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Registered: ‎02-25-2011
Re: Dealership or Credit Union Loan

Darrell,

 

Is the dealership offering cash back (rebates) in lieu of the 2.99% rate?  If so, it might make more sense to go the CU route and grab the rebates (if any) offered for not using the dealership's financing. 

 

Or, if you are like me, looking for a Hyundai Sonata, the only way to get a rebate is to finance with them (Hyundai Finance; $400.00 for recent graduate).  So consider the rebates if there are any and what does it take to qualify for them. 

 

Can't speak as to what the CU would do in you don't make payments, but be careful.. if you feel uneasy about being able to pay the money back you might need to rethink the purchase.  Many people on this site are rebuilding from bad luck or poor decisions made, if you can avoid getting into a bad situation, that it would be the best gift you can give yourself!