eluwak said:Use a credit union after the deal has been negotiated and bring the check. GAP is considerably cheaper that way (i.e. $600 vs. $260). That is unless they can offer some super crazy rate which our Honda dealers couldn't do.
Didn't even think about that oneI just get the gap insurance by my auto insurance company, they call it loan/lease payoff instead of gap, but it's only $26 a year, and after 2 years I'll have the payoff lower than the market value, so gap insurance is only going to cost me $52.
I refinanced my wife's car thru Capital One, got better rates then what we previously had with Chrysler Financial. I would recommend them, they are not that bad to work with.xride717 said:anyone here ever used or consider getting their car loan from CapitalOne autofinance? or even E-LOAN?...any good or bad points to consider?