Refi Your Auto

Are you enjoying your new car but worry about your high monthly payments? Will rising gas prices make it harder to make ends meet?

A lot of people are surprised to find out that you can refinance a car, just like a home loan. Refinancing your auto loan could lower your payment if you refinance to a lower interest rate. Also, extending your term from your current loan is another way to lower your payment. In either scenario, this could mean more money in your pocket right now.

Travis Credit Union is currently running “You’re in the Driver’s Seat” campaign from now until October 31. We will beat your current auto loan rate by at least 0.50% APR* under qualifying circumstances. Please see complete details about this promotion on this page.

Head on over to any Travis Credit Union branch and learn more about refinancing your auto loan. You may also call us at (800) 877-8328 during normal business hours. Hope to see you soon!

Refinance your Auto Loan

 


*APR=Annual Percent Rate. Travis Credit Union (TCU) will beat your existing auto loan interest rate with another financial institution by 0.50% APR. The lowest rate allowed (floor) is 2.99% APR. Loan documentation from existing lender required. Member discount of 0.50% discount cannot be combined with this offer. This offer is for refinance of an auto loan from another lender. Cannot be combined with other consumer loan offers and is not valid on existing Travis Credit Union loans or loans paid to individuals. To qualify, auto refinance applications from another lender must be submitted on or after Aug. 1, 2017 and no later than October 31, 2017. Member or non-member must have valid registration in order to qualify for this offer. Rates based on creditworthiness and age of vehicle. Membership and other restrictions may apply.
**90 days deferred payments: The interest on your vehicle loan will continue to accrue from the date your vehicle loan is funded. To qualify, auto refinance applications from another lender must be submitted on or after Aug. 1, 2017 and no later than Oct. 31, 2017. The interest on your vehicle loan will continue to accrue from the date your vehicle loan is funded and transferred. Rates based on creditworthiness and age of vehicle.