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Auto loan rates in Lexington, Kentucky

By Mitch Strohm · Bankrate.com
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Posted: 3 pm ET

Looking for the best auto loan rates in Lexington, KY? Rates are low throughout the country right now, making it a good time to finance a new vehicle.

For instance, you can get a rate of 1.49 percent from one institution in this survey. Our tools can help you find the lowest rates in Kentucky.

It's important to compare the conditions and fees for each loan before you decide on a lender. Overall, five lenders in this survey are offering better-than-average rates. Use our research to find the lowest auto loan rates in Lexington, KY.


Auto loan rates in Lexington, Kentucky

Here are the auto loan rates in Lexington, KY, as of 10 a.m. on Friday. The 48-month new car loan rates vary from 1.49 percent to 5 percent.

Lender Product Rate
PNC Bank 48-month new car 2.34%
Chase Bank 48-month new car 3.18%
Fifth Third Bank 48-month new car 3.13%
Central Bank and Trust Company 48-month new car 5%
Bank of America, N.A. 48-month new car 2.24%
Winchester Federal Bank 48-month new car 4.5%
Pentagon Federal Credit Union 48-month new car 1.49%
Nationwide Bank 48-month new car 4.3%

Use our auto loan calculator to check your monthly car payment.

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December 06, 2010 at 2:31 am

I liked how you compared money with "lemon", I believe it to be a form of metaphor: money (good for you, necessity, sometimes hard to find & sometimes not) and lemon (good for the health, absolutely a must have inside the kitchen, and can also be easy & hard to find). Anyways, all I know about car loans is that you need to have a fairly huge amount of "cash-out" in order to avail of the lowest monthly payment.