Who is going to use third-party financing?

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I normally stick with my credit union unless a sizable rebate is to be had by using FoMoCo financing.
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Wow. Is it new? I was pretty sure I looked into that and wasn't. Or was that USAA? Thank you! I'll check it out.
No worries, think it was a couple of years ago to raise membership numbers. I've been with NFCU for over 30 years, best place for a car loan. USAA is dependents only, no parents but is the best for insurance in my opinion.
 
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I know they let dependents of vets enjoy benefits but what about the parents? Isn't me worrying about my son worth something? I digress. I'm going with my CU if I don't find a better deal. They currently offer 2.99% and an offer of 66 months. Might be my sweet spot. I have a thing against loans over 5 years and a thing against high payments.
Parents are eligible.

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Edit: I was slow. Others beat me to it. Need to up my game.

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No worries, think it was a couple of years ago to raise membership numbers. I've been with NFCU for over 30 years, best place for a car loan and then USAA for the insurance!
He has been in for a little over three years so I haven't checked recently.
 

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Lol 5%. Its 7% on the Canadian b&p
You get health care as a non-optional inclusion.

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Locally, I've found 3%. I'm using that is a 'worse-case scenario'. Hoping to find less but at 9 months out too many things could change.
 

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I just got 2.33 for 75 months from a local credit union.
 

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Yup. I doubt Ford will have any financing incentives for the Bronco but doesn't hurt.
 

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No worries, think it was a couple of years ago to raise membership numbers. I've been with NFCU for over 30 years, best place for a car loan. USAA is dependents only, no parents but is the best for insurance in my opinion.
I have USAA insurance through my parents, didn't know about NFCU, do they have to be former Navy or does any branch work?
I was planning on shopping around for my loan with local CUs and USAA. I'm almost done with my current loan from a CU at 1.99% and that was a used car so hoping I can get something close to that.
 

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I will have my check from my credit union in my pocket to pull out, if I need to. I don’t think FoMoCo has thought that far ahead. I’m sure they will compete, but how hard? When you have excellent credit rating, you can get a great rate anywhere.
 

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Credit Union here too. Joined one in 2018 to get a loan on my current car, they've been great and have offered me far better service than the bank I was with 20 years prior. Even if Ford could give me a slightly better rate (I highly doubt) they've (CU) earned my business on another loan.
 

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I have USAA insurance through my parents, didn't know about NFCU, do they have to be former Navy or does any branch work?
I was planning on shopping around for my loan with local CUs and USAA. I'm almost done with my current loan from a CU at 1.99% and that was a used car so hoping I can get something close to that.
Open to all branches of service, includes veterans and retirees not just active duty.
 

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Definitely gonna have a quote from my credit union when I go in to make the purchase.
 

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No way I’d ever do Ford financing again. Not in a millions years, so it’s Chase or the Credit Union
 
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