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- Zero percent car loans and low-interest car loans are harder to come by these days, but these deals are still out there.
- While a zero APR car deal may seem enticing, it may cost you more than getting a loan through a bank or credit union would.
- A 0% car loan is not too good to be true. In fact, it is a great way to finance a large depreciating asset like a car. An auto purchase typically involves a significant monetary outlay.
- There is really NO SUCH THING as a 0% APR car loan. read the fine print!
- Here are some of the current car makes and models with 0% APR loan deals. Note that the 0% APR rate usually (but not always) only applies for shorter-term loans — 24, 36, or 48 month loans — and may not apply to all styles within a model line.
- Car Buying Tips, News and Features >. The Best 0% APR Car Deals in July.
- However, these no-interest loans are often given only to buyers with strong credit histories. In addition, some of these zero-percent financing deals come in place of a cash rebate.
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When a car dealership or manufacturer is looking to move cars, it often turns to perks like the 0% APR or instant cash back deals to lure in the customers – and it works. But the question is, which is the best for you? 0% APR.
11 money saving Labor Day weekend car deals
August 28, 2014 3:04 PM
The Labor Day weekend will likely find many local residents squeezing in one final family trip before summer comes to an unofficial end. But for others, car shopping will be the weekend task and according to GOBankingRates and AutoByTel.com, there are some great deals to be had.
Car manufacturers will be looking to clear 2014 models from the floor and car buyers can take advantage of a number of zero percent APR deals and cash-back incentives now available. These deals can help buyers save thousands of dollars on their vehicles -- both upfront and over the life of their auto loans.
"Labor Day marks the time when dealers move inventory to make room for new vehicles, which means you can find some great deals on existing models," said Michelle Naranjo, editor in chief with Autobytel.com. "If you're in the market for a new car, now is a good time to buy, with solid savings on large SUVs to subcompacts . and everything in between."
Below is an alphabetical listing of 11 top deals available over the holiday weekend, as put together by GOBankingRates and Autobytel.
The deal: Look for rates as low as 1.9% APR and $800 to $1,000 off your first monthly payment for the A4, A5 Cabriolet and the A6 sedan. Take advantage of special offers on some of Audi's most sought-after options and packages available on select 2014 models.
The deal: There are Labor Day discounts available on the luxurious, performance-driven 2014 Cadillac CTS, including zero percent APR for 60 months. Current, non-GM lessees can also take advantage of $1,000 toward the lease or purchase of qualifying Cadillac models, and current GM lessees get $1,000 toward the purchase of a new Cadillac.
The deal: Labor Day weekend shoppers can take advantage of up to $4,250 in cash allowance and APRs as low as zero percent on certain 300 models. Military, college student and graduate rebates of $500 are also available.
The deal: There are plenty of end-of-summer manufacturer specials, including some from Dodge, which is offering up to $4,000 cash allowance for buyers, and up to $1,000 cash allowance and APRs as low as 0.24% for lessees on certain 2014 Challenger models.
The deal: Dodge is offering up to $5,000 cash allowance for buyers, and up to $2,500 cash allowance with APRs as low as 0.17% for lessees.
The deal: Buyers can cash in on rebates and special incentives designed to move inventory, including zero percent APR for 72 months, zero percent APR for 60 months plus $2,500 bonus cash or up to $6,000 cash back.
The deal: The nation's best-selling pickup truck year after year, the 2014 Ford F-150 comes with a robust list of Labor Day sales incentives depending on the configuration. For example, buyers can take advantage of zero percent APR for 60 months, plus up to $3,500 in total savings; or up to $8,000 in total savings for the XLT SuperCab or SuperCrew with leather and luxury package.
The deal: The Ford Mustang celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and car buyers can pay homage by cashing in on Ford's attractive Labor Day deals for its 2014 model. They include zero percent APR for 72 months; or zero percent APR for 60 months plus $2,000 bonus cash, or $4,750 cash back for the 2014 Ford Mustang GT with premium package.
The deal: Hyundai is offering zero percent APR for up to 72 months; $2,000 retail bonus cash; or a $500 valued-owner coupon offer. Similar to other manufacturer incentive programs, Hyundai offers special programs for college graduates and military personnel, as well as mobility assistance for the disabled.
The deal: The 2014 Mazda CX-9 qualifies for some competitive Labor Day deals, such as zero percent APR for up to 60 months plus $1,000 APR bonus cash, or $3,500 customer bonus cash.
The deal: Labor Day weekend shoppers can take advantage of zero percent APR for 72 months, plus up to $1,000 in total savings; or $500 bonus cash, $500 Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation cash and $4,000 cash back. Nissan's Labor Day lease offers are attractive, as well.
Zero Percent with 0 Interest Car Loans
Date: February 20, 2012
Lots of Advertisement and Campaigns been run by Car Dealers to Car Manufacturers from time to time advertising that they can provide Finance at 0 % or No Interest Car Loans. Wondered, when Banks are taking deposits at 10%, then how is it possible to lend Car Loan at 0% !!
No Bank or Financial Institution or Dealer is mad to spend money on advertisement that they want to incur losses by lending at Zero Percent. There is a gimmick involved in it. Heres the gimmick :-
Say, eg You Intend to buy which is priced at say Rs. 11 Lacs and wants to take Finance of Rs. 7 Lac for 36 months
Scenario is that the Rate of Interest of Bank is 11%, and there is discount on car worth Rs. 1,00,000 going on. Now, do understand - how is zero percent finance been calculated
Car Loans at Zero Percent Vs. 11% Scenario
In Actual Scenario, the EMI would be Rs. 22,918 for 36 months. Total Outflow for 36 months would be Rs. 8.25 Lac on loan of Rs. 7 Lac for 36 month @ 11%. Interest Outflow during entire tenor would be Rs. 1.25 Lac on stated loan amount which is payable to Bank.
Now in Changed Scenario wherein dealer is running campaign of 0% Scheme on Car Loan, the Loan here would again be at Rs. 7 Lac, but instead of passing upfront discount benefit on car to customer, the dealer will merge in this discount on car in the Finance Scheme. So, even though if you are taking Loan of Rs. 7 Lac, Bank is effectively making payment of Rs. 6 Lac to Dealer. Your EMI will turn out to be Rs. 19,644 . Interest will be shown on loan of Rs. 7 Lac at .66% , which is effectively at Zero Percent. Your Car Loan Statement of Bank will show in Loan of Rs. 7 Lac, Tenor 36 Months and Interest Rate at .66%. However, fact is that Bank is now calculating Interest on Rs. 6 Lac , due to 1 Lac discount been merged in Finance .
Now Which Scenario is Better
We suggest to always have Plan A, to take upfront discount rather than Plan B to have Zero percent scheme. Reason - Even, if you cant plough back this money in business or any other stream, even FD returns on 1 Lac amount would be at least Rs. 25,000 after TDS in 3 years. Hence, why to block this money in lower EMI unless, you are on heavy debt and only focusing to lower off your EMI.
Best 0% Financing Deals: August 2017
Zero percent interest loans have become common when shopping for a new car. However, not all deals are great deals, with some of the best featuring 0% APR plus up to $4,500 cash ahead of Labor Day.
It's not always easy to spot deals like these, and you'll need excellent credit to qualify. But if you're looking to make better use of your cash over time, or simply be in a position to afford the monthly payments, there are some very attractive options.
We looked at hundreds of offers to find the most significant blend of interest-free financing and cash bonuses. We've even uncovered special incentives like deferred payments and bonuses for coming from a competitor.
Here are the best deals in each segment.
Offers can vary by region and assume a Southern California location unless noted otherwise.
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Best Interest-Free Deals on Small Cars
You won't find a better deal on a fun-to-drive car than the Mazda3. Current offers are identical to July Fourth at 0% APR for 60 months plus $1,000 cash. As a bonus, you can defer your first payment for up to 90 days.
Once again, the Sentra ranks very well with 0% APR for 72 months plus a $500 bonus, the best deal we've seen to date. With a low base price and surprisingly roomy back seat, this should definitely be on your shopping list.
Finally, the Yaris iA gets the same deal as last month. Well-qualified shoppers can finance from 0% APR for 72 months. That's actually a better deal than the Yaris hatchback, which is only eligible for 1.9% APR for 72 months.