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Auto loan rates in Minneapolis, Minnesota

By Mitch Strohm · Bankrate.com
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Posted: 3 pm ET

The average national 48-month new-car loan rate is currently at a low 4.07 percent. And there are three lenders in this survey offering rates lower than that average. Use our research to find the best auto loan rates in Minneapolis, MN.

One lender in this survey recently has been offering 1.75 percent on a 48-month new-car loan. But before you settle on a lender, it's important to compare the conditions and fees for each loan.

Our survey can help you compare the lowest auto loan rates in Minneapolis, MN, and in other areas of Minnesota.

Auto loan rates in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Here are the auto loan rates in Minneapolis, MN, as of 10 a.m. The 48-month new-car loan rates vary from 1.75 percent to 7.5 percent.

Lender Product Rate
U.S. Bank 48-month new car 3.3%
PenFed 48-month new car 1.99%
TCF Bank 48-month new car 7.5%
Think Mutual Bank 48-month new car 1.75%
MidCountry Bank 48-month new car 5.9%

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

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