Auto loan calculator

An interactive electronic calculator that helps you determine how much you can afford to pay for a vehicle, both in terms of monthly payment and the price of the car or truck. You enter information such as the total purchase price, loan interest rate, sales tax rate, trade-in value and cash down payment, and the calculator will figure your monthly payment and show you how much you will pay over the life of the loan. Here’s where to find’s auto loan calculator.

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