4.5% is still a good rate. But yeah, 3.59% (almost a full percentage point) is way better. Try telling the financial manager that someone else (zafer) is getting 3.59% from Chase and how come they're only offering 4.5% to yourself. Worth a trystorwatch said:I talked to the financial manager, the 3.99% is not available from Honda. It ended at 12/2 and have to document by 12/12. He submitted my application to Chase. He told me that I can get 4.5% from Chase. I have a clean record. Is there any ways I can get 3.59%? Who can I contact to get this rate? Anyone has any ideas? Thanks for any inputs!
Can't get it to work eitherzafer said:Can any get this calculator to work? When I Click To See Results, it keeps saying enter numbers only - no commas or decimals
Spoke too soon. The fields will not accept 0 as a number (strange). You have to put at least $1.zafer said:Can any get this calculator to work? When I Click To See Results, it keeps saying enter numbers only - no commas or decimals
Thanks!pmsmith66 said:Regarding AHFC 3.9% program...I spoke with the Finance Manager at my dealership yesterday and he said that while it was currently unavailable, he had just learned that it was set to return in something like a week or so...maybe even by Friday the 20th. I wasn't financing so I didn't pay perfect attention so I can't swear to the date but he DID say it would return SOON. It's worth a call to your Finance Manager to check that out.
There are a lot of variables that cause variations in the rate. When a manufacturer offers something, it tends to be nationwide. When you go rate shopping yourself on the web, you first indicate your locale, then the loan period, amount, your income, rent or owning a home, etc. all cause the rate to change. Some even ask for your residency status. It seems like you get the lowest rate, with a 720+ fico, for a minimum loan of $25K and 36 months.storwatch said:He told me that I can get 4.5% from Chase. I have a clean record. Is there any ways I can get 3.59%?
Credit inquiries do get logged, and do affect your credit score...guru said:Inquiries do get logged but should not effect your score. I just got a copy of my credit score and had dozens of inquiries