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Is there a chart lenders use to determine what the interest rate will be for whatever year the vehicle is?


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2005-01-10 04:44:50
2005-01-10 04:44:50

Most lenders have a "rate sheet" that lists what rates are available for loans based on the age of the vehicle and the credit of the buyer. The older the vehicle, the higher the rate. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at


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