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My husband is a huge comparison shopper, but I have found a Honda I want to buy without comparison shopping because 1) it*s a good price since it*s a new 2006 leftover and 2) they are giving me financing without a co-signer, even though I do not work. (Something Toyota was unwilling to do). How do I know if the rates they offered are decent? 36 mos for .9%, and 48 mos for 2.4%. My husband does not want me to buy this vehicle right now. Thank you!

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com You can shop for a car loan through your bank and or a credit union, your husband's income will help you qualify. You can shop car loan rates also by going to www.myautolaon.com or www.bankrate.com. .9% seems high and 2.4% seems very low: 36 month new car loan 6.95% 6.94% 48 month new car loan 6.98% 6.97% 60 month new car loan 6.97% 6.96% 72 month new car loan 6.62% 6.62% 36 month used car loan 7.44% 7.43%

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