A car is probably one of the first big purchases you will make, and it can be overwhelming. Should you buy new or used? Pay with cash or take out a loan? The options are endless, and your choice depends largely on how much money you have and what you are looking for.
Everyone's scared of getting a bad deal. And, if you don't know much about cars, then the whole process can be even more daunting. Below, we’ve listed a couple ways can make sure you're not getting the short end of the stick:
Check out Tech CU's Auto Loan calculator to find out how much you can borrow.
Unfortunately, there's no right answer — it all boils down to your budget and what you need.
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