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Payment Saver Auto Loans: 

How It Works

With Payment Saver Auto Loans, you will be able to make a lower payment than what the conventional auto loan would offer, yet at a higher interest rate. Then, at the end of the loan, you will owe the remaining balance of the loan itself. At this juncture, you may choose to pay off the loan or sell, trade, or refinance the vehicle.

Your Payment Saver Auto Loan payment is calculated based on the loan term, the amount you have requested, and the residual value of the vehicle. The residual is the expected value of your vehicle at the end of your loan term.

The difference between your loan amount requested and the residual value is amortized over the loan term, resulting in a low monthly payment without the danger of your becoming upside-down in the loan.

The residual value of the vehicle after the loan term is an estimation. We cannot guarantee this value. The residual value is subject to current used car market conditions and depends on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the mileage the car has been driven and the condition of the car at the end of the loan term.

Electric vehicles are not eligible to be financed with a Payment Saver Loan.

Pre-approved drafts are not available for Payment Saver loans.

NEW VEHICLES: Never titled; Current () and prior model year ().

USED VEHICLES: Current () and prior two model years ( & ).

The vehicle mileage may not exceed 15,000 miles per year based on the model year.

Used car loan value based on NADA Retail Value. Other restrictions may apply. Call 1-800-247-5626 for details.

Loan Payment Example: A $27,000 new auto financed at % APR; 60 monthly payments of approximately $ each, with a final balloon payment of approximately $.

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