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For how long can a 2001 model car be financed?

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2005-11-15 03:55:09
2005-11-15 03:55:09

It all depends on the bank and your credit. Here, with ok to good credit we can go 66 months. And I've seen terms as long as 80 months. But I definitely don't suggest going for more than 60 months on any car, preferable 36 to 48 months on used cars (such as this one).

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