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Apply for Pre-Approval for an Auto Loan

 

Knowing how much you can borrow will help you narrow down your choices and save time as you shop for your next set of wheels.

If you’re shopping for a new or used vehicle, online pre-approval can put you ahead of the game when you find the right car.

  • Five minutes is all it takes for most customers to complete our online pre-approval application
  • No vehicle information is needed to establish your pre-approved loan amount
  • We’ll send you a confirmation letter with your pre-approved loan amount and next steps
 

Online Pre-Approval FAQs

  • The pre-approval does include a credit check. However, the pre-approval process doesn’t require you to provide information about the specific vehicle you want to purchase, which makes it ideal if you’re still shopping around and want to narrow down your choices by knowing how much you can borrow.

  • It takes most customers just a few minutes to fill out the online pre-approval application, and you may get your answer within seconds. However, we might need to follow up with a phone call for more detailed information before a credit decision can be made. If that’s the case, the confirmation message will tell you what to expect next.

  • Congratulations! After finding the car you want, you can complete your loan at a U.S. Bank branch that is most convenient for you.

  • There is no cost to apply for a pre-approval or an auto loan online. You’re not obligated until you complete the loan process. You’ll have 30 days to find the car you want and complete the loan process.

Offer is subject to credit approval and program guidelines. Rates are subject to change. Some additional restrictions may apply. Installment loans are offered through U.S. Bank National Association.

  1. Rates as low as 2.49% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) are available for 3-year auto loans $10,000 and higher at 100% loan-to-value (LTV) or less. Rates for loans to purchase a vehicle from a private party, smaller loan amounts, longer terms, vehicles older than 6 model years, or higher LTV may be higher. Loan fees apply. Loan payment and APR will vary based on the loan amount, the term, and any fees. Origination fees vary by state and range from $50 to $125 or up to 1% of the loan amount. Loan payment example: a $10,000 automobile loan at a 1.68% Interest rate for 36 months with a $125 origination fee will have a 2.49% APR and a $288.59 monthly payment. See the Consumer Pricing Information brochure for terms and conditions that apply to U.S. Bank Package Checking accounts. Offer is subject to credit qualifications. Rates are subject to change. Some additional restrictions may apply. Installment loans are offered through U.S. Bank National Association. Deposit products are offered by U.S. Bank National Association, Member FDIC.

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  2. Information and interactive calculators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use. We can not and do not guarantee their accuracy or their applicability to your circumstances. Using this calculator does not constitute an application for credit, and we are not qualifying you for any credit product. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from qualified U.S. Bank professionals regarding all personal finance issues. For specific tax advice, see a professional tax service provider.

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Rates as low as  

2.49%
  APR1

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