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Compare private party auto loans
You might save on the sticker price, but be sure if it's worth the higher rates.
Getting a loan for a private car sale works a little differently than when you buy used or new from a dealership. While you might get a better deal on the price of the car, private party auto loans tend to come with higher rates and may require stronger personal credit.
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