Wells Fargo Auto Loan Products and Rates

June 9, 2010 No Comments »

San Francisco based Wells Fargo is one of the largest banks in the United States today with roughly 6,600 banking branches in nearly 40 states – so the infamous stagecoach probably makes a stop near you!

They operate in almost every major banking vertical and are publicly traded under the ticker: WFC.

Within the personal retail banking arena they offer CD (certificate of deposits), auto loans, checking accounts, money market accounts, credit and debit cards. Of these products, their auto loans probably offer the most competitive rates. Although their standard auto loan rates are pretty much on par with the national average, you may want to keep an eye on their promotional rates and products. Wells Fargo offers these ‘specials deals’ throughout the year which are made available only for a limited time.

Auto Loan Rates offered through Wells Fargo:

New Car Loans:

- 12 – 36 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 48 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 60 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

- 72 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

Used Car Loans (from Dealer):

- 12 – 36 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 48 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 60 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

- 72 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

Used Car Loan (Person-to-Person):

- 12 – 36 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 48 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 60 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

- 72 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.99%

Auto Refinance:

- 12 – 36 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.49%

- 48 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.49%

- 60 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

- 72 month auto loan comes with APR of 6.74%

*Rates accurate as of June 7, 2010.

Visit their auto loan page for current rates and offers.

Why secure an auto loan through Wells Fargo?

You may find more attractive financing through the particular dealership in where you’re purchasing your new auto, however, when you arrive with a loan in place, the dealership treats you the same as a cash buyer. This can give you much more leverage in the inevitable negotiating process that will ensue.

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