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Car loans in New Jersey

Interest rates are capped low to help you save.

Compare car loans available in New Jersey

Dealership financing is quick, but getting preapproval from a lender in New Jersey can help you find the best deal for your next car.

Name Product Filter Values Minimum credit score APR Loan term Requirements
No minimum credit score
3.9% to 27.9%
18+ years old, annual income of $4,000+, no active bankruptcies
Get pre-qualified for used car financing and receive competitive, personalized rates. Car Loans
Varies by network lender
Varies by lender
Must be a US citizen with a current US address and employed full-time or have guaranteed fixed income.
Apply with a simple online application to get paired with a local auto lender. No credit and bad credit accepted.
SuperMoney Auto Purchase Loans Marketplace
Varies by lender
Varies by lender
Fair to excellent credit, an income source, US citizen or permanent resident, 18+ years old
Find an offer and get rates from competing lenders without affecting your credit score.
Auto Credit Express Car Loans
Must be employed full-time or have guaranteed fixed income of at least $1,500/month and be a current resident of the US or Canada.
Get connected with an auto lender near you, even if you have bad credit.
Monevo Auto Loans
3.99% to 35.99%
3 months to 12 years
Credit score of 500+, legal US resident and ages 18+.
Quickly compare multiple online lenders with competitive rates depending on your credit.

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Getting approved for an auto loan in New Jersey

New Jersey usury law caps the APR on most loans at 16%. Still, this doesn't mean you shouldn't shop for the best rates. Before you go car shopping, apply for preapproval with multiple lenders to see how much you qualify for and find the best terms.

Once you have a loan, you can shop for a vehicle knowing exactly what you can afford. And if your application isn't approved, your lender should provide you with reasons for the rejection.

Banks and credit unions in New Jersey that offer auto loans

While many dealerships work with banks and credit unions, you can potentially secure a lower rate by borrowing directly from one of these lenders. New Jersey also keeps a list of banks and credit unions licensed in the state so you can explore the full scope of your auto loan options.

Credit Union of New Jersey (CUNJ)

New and used vehicles, loan refinancing

As low as 2.99%

North Jersey Federal Credit Union (NJFCU)

New and used vehicles, recreational vehicles

As low as 2.99%

Members 1st of New Jersey Federal Credit Union

New and used vehicles, recreational vehicles

As low as 2.25%

Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union

New and used vehicles, loan refinancing

As low as 2.44%

New Jersey Law & Public Safety Credit Union (NJL & PS Credit Union)

New and used vehicles, loan refinancing

2.94% to 15.89%

First Bank of New Jersey

New and used vehicles, loan refinancing, lease buyout

Not stated

Valley Bank

New and used vehicles

As low as 4%

Bottom line

New Jersey has laws in place to help borrowers avoid predatory lenders — and save money. To compare more options, read our guide to car loans.

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