This is certainly something that can be negotiated with a dealer. It will depend on how much equity you have in the deal, how much money you may be borrowing on your new vehicle, etc. But if you make a it a condition of the deal, yes, it can be done under the right circumstances. You can learn more at dealertricks.com
You can apply for a new auto loan through your personal bank or the dealership that you buy your car through.
No. Not if you have the cash.
People who can't save or don't want to save often get a loan to buy something. people who want to buy expensive items like a house usually get a loan.
Many banks offer unsecured personal loans for people with great credit. If you need a fast personal loan check with bank of america or chase.
yes, they buy out the loan, and if the vehicle is not worth what is owed the balance can be added to the amount being finaced on the new one
Basically, instead of going through the process of getting a loan from a bank, the dealership holds the lien and lets you pay them directly against what you owe.
No, unless that dealership is of the buy and driver variety. Dealerships are that, a dealer in vehicles. Dealerships do not typically provide financing; this is typically the venue of the finance company. In the event the dealership is a buy and drive, then yes, they are a secured creditor. That is, of course, they are lax enough to not actually secure the vehicle they sold in the loan contract.
The answer all depends on what you want. If you want security and peace of mind, then by all means buy from a dealership. If you want a great deal and aren't afraid of doing a bit of work mechanically, then you should buy at auction.
First start with a local car dealership. If that doesn't work then try your local bank, especially if you've had a long relationship with them. You can also try a buy here pay here dealership.
I'm not an expert but I know that the government help servicemen get a loan or give them a loan if they want to buy a house. It is called a military loan.
You can buy a jeep from a used car dealership. There are even dealers that only sell Jeeps. Craigslist is a great place to check if you want to buy from a private owner instead of a dealership.
Any loan means you've asked for money-on-credit from a lender. An auto loan money-on-credit from a lender, usually a bank, credit bureau, or dealership, given specifically to buy a car, and typically to buy a certain car that you've already picked out before the loan was approved.