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How to negotiate & lower your truck loan repayments?
The key to any negotiation is arming yourself with as much information as possible. The more knowledge you possess, the more control of the negotiation you'll have. Because you did your research, have a max budget, know your ideal truck, researched average prices in the area and gathered an accurate monthly payment calculation, you'll have the leverage with any dealer.
Before you head to the dealership, consider the time of the year, month or week. In fact, research shows that dealers drop prices early in the week, end of the month or quarter, on holidays, or at the end of the model year. Showing up on the dealer lot on a specific day can potentially save you thousands.
When negotiating with a dealer, you should always ask for the total, out-the-door cost. This is the final price of the truck plus additional tax, title and license plate fees associated with each vehicle on the lot. Let this price serve as a starting point for negotiations.
All sales reps should be happy to provide any and all information. If they hesistate, you should find another dealership or sales rep to work with. Always know that you have the upper hand. Undoubtedly, there are similar trucks at dealers nearby. Therefore, don't be afraid to step off the lot. If the salesperson is quoting prices much higher than your research or refuses to answer simple questions about the truck or loan, walk away.
Where can I secure financing?
Car shoppers can secure financing from a bank, credit union or the dealership directly. To ensure you get the best loan, you should go to all three and see all interest rates.
What is the minimum down payment for a truck loan?
You should put down at least 10 percent of the total cost for a down payment to limit your APR and monthly loan payments. In fact, experts recommend at least 20 percent, if you can afford it.
What is a good interest rate on a truck loan?
Car loan interest rates change frequently. Your interest rate will be based on your credit score, current economic conditions, your lender, the truck and more. Nonetheless, as of 2023, average interest rates range from 4 percent to 6 percent.
How do I determine the trade-in value of my truck?
You can determine how much your truck is worth at OnlyTrucks by. You can also use our to get the average prices for similar vehicles.
How much of a truck loan can I get?
The only way to determine an accurate total truck loan estimate is to take your credit score and credit history to bank, credit union or dealership. They'll share the maximum truck loan you can secure.