Car Payment Calculator
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With the average price of a new vehicle sitting above $35,000 and no sign of this number coming down, very few people can afford to pay cash for a new car. If you’re like most people, you’ll be financing the purchase of your next car or SUV, and that means taking out a car loan.
Auto loans are pretty simple once you break them down. You can apply for one from a bank, credit union, or other lending institutions – your car dealer can even help you apply. The car loan company pays the dealer a lump sum for the car, and they technically own it while you repay the loan over several years. Once the loan term is up, you’ve paid for the car plus interest. Interest is what the auto loan company charges you to borrow the money.
With that in mind, it’s easy to see why your monthly car payment may matter more to you than a car’s MSRP. With our car payment calculator, you can quickly determine how much you’ll owe the loan company each month. That car payment has to fit in your monthly budget, so let’s get started and figure out just what it’s going to be.