Hawaii Auto Loan Rates

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HomeStreet Bank
48 Mo New Car
5.93%
02/22/2018
Avg; range: 4.55-7.30%; additional .25% disc available w/auto debit; no fee 

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Auto Loan Rates in Hawaii

Hawaii Auto Loan Rates: Get Hawaii auto loan rates from several different banks and credit unions in Hawaii. You can search and compare the best Hawaii auto loan rates available using our auto loan rate tables. MonitorBankRates.com has car loan rates for new cars and used cars. Loan terms range from 3 years, 4 years and 5 years.

New Auto Loan Rates and Used Auto Loan Rates in Hawaii

Auto loan rates in Hawaii will vary depending on several factors, including your credit score and the type of car loan you need. Hawaii used car loan rates tend to be higher than Hawaii new car loan rates. Hawaii bank and credit union auto loan rates tend to be higher for a used auto when buying a car directly from an individual instead of from a car dealer in Hawaii. Not all banks and credit unions in Hawaii offer used auto loans so you’ll have to do some research. You can also find some of the best auto loan rates from Hawaii credit unions.

Hawaii Refinancing Loans

Some Hawaii banks and credit unions in Hawaii also offer refinance car loans which will allow you to refinance an existing loan. Before you start this process you should find out if refinancing an auto loan is even worth the trouble and the cost. You can use a refinance auto loan calculator to help you make that decision. Surprisingly some banks and credit unions in Hawaii offer bad credit auto loan refinance options. If you have a bad credit history finding a low interest rate won’t be easy.


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