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After 3 1/2 long months waiting for my G3 coupe, its finally due into the dealership in Jacksonville, FL around September 4th and I'm wondering what the going rate is at the Infiniti dealership on a 5 year car loan. Can anybody tell me what kind of interest rate they got from the dealership so I can decide if I need to start browsing the web for a cheaper rate? I don't imagine that infiniti is running any kind of a 0% interest rate special on this car...

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As a first time car buyer and a bit naive, I got screwed to the tune of 8.9% from Infiniti but others here have done far better. eTrade offered me 5% on a refinance so I'd go with them.
 

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You can also try e-Loan. They are quoting 3.75% right now, but that's not necessarilly what you'll get. If anything you can get pre-approved by them, then bring the paperwork to your dealer and have them try to match the rate. Some are likely to do it than others, and your credit rating will determine a lot.

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Find a credit union you qualify for. I've been a member of a semi-exclusive CU since I was a wee child, and I got 3.75%. That doesn't suck.

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Thanks for the advice. The salesman wouldn't give me a clue on the rates over the phone, just "come on in and we'll take care of it".

I'll try to score the 3.75% that I've seen advertised by a local credit union in the area since that appears to be the best rate going.

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by mick16

Thanks for the advice. The salesman wouldn't give me a clue on the rates over the phone, just "come on in and we'll take care of it".
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Yeah, that's what they do. They'll do anything to get you in there. The dealer drew up the papers for my CU and told me 5.5% was the best I could do (even though I knew I should get 3.75%). Apparently they were just lying. So I'd say you should definitely work it out before you go in--if the salesman won't give you numbers, don't finance through them.

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Also let them know you've already been pre-qualified with other lenders with lower rates. Nothing will get them to change their tune quicker than potentially losing a finance deal. The more loans they write, the more incentives they typically get.

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