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What is a financed car?

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2008-05-07 05:36:00
2008-05-07 05:36:00

A "financed" car is one that is purchased with money that is loaned to you. You then make monthly payments at a certain rate and percentage for a certain number of years and months. The car is owned outright by the one who lent the money.

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