Interest Rates Charged On Auto Loans

Similar to all other loans, when one borrows an auto loan, there is an amount of money that the borrower pays on top of the initial amount borrowed from a lender. This is the price that the borrower pays to the lender for having been lent money to purchase a vehicle.

Usually, the rate that a borrower pays for the auto loan borrowed is referred to as the annual percentage rate which is a figure that reflects on the credit worthiness of the borrower. If for any reason the lender feels that you are risk, perhaps judging from your credit report, then the amount of interest payable will be higher. On the other hand, a person whose credit report portrays him as a low risk is likely to pay low interest rates.

Every auto loan has terms that spell out the requirements of the loan. The main terms will include the total sum of the amount borrowed which is referred to as the principal, the rate of interest with which this amount is repayable and the time within which this money should be paid.

A calculation is done based on the rate of interest of a particular loan to determine the total amount of money that a borrower is expected to pay. The main determinant of the rate of interest at which an auto loan will be issued to a borrower is the status of credit. People whose general credit is good will have an easy time as they will get low rates and the opposite is true.



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