Not only can you purchase a new vehicle thru Chase Auto Finance, but you can also purchase a used car, mini-van, SUV or small truck. You can purchase through a dealer and then receive your loan papers by mail.
If you have an existing car loan and are paying a bit more than you would like in interest, then consider refinancing your car loan thru Chase Bank. Not only could you save hundreds of dollars over the life of the loan, but it would lower your monthly payment.
Not buying a car through a dealership? Not a problem. Chase car financing offers a Private Party Purchase program that allows you to finance a vehicle that you purchase from a private individual.
When you visit the Chase Bank website you will find a number of tools aimed as making the purchase of a vehicle a trouble-free experience. Not only do they offer an auto loan payment calculator, but there is even a link to AutoCheck®.
so you can obtain a history report on the vehicle you are considering. In addition, there are links to help you find an auto dealer near you or locate the nearest branch of Chase Bank.
They also offer links to those sites that establish car values. In addition to Kelley Blue Book, there are also links to NADA Appraisal Guide and the Chrome Carbook®.
I had my own experience with Chase Auto Finance a couple of years ago. Since I was recovering from a financially difficult year two years before, when I went to purchase a new used car, the dealership had difficulty getting financing for me. However, just when it appeared that I would have to return my lovely air-conditioned car, Chase Auto Finance came through. Although the interest rate was a little higher than I would have liked, every time I turn on the A/C when the temps are in the triple-digits, I'm grateful to Chase Bank.
I will tell you a secret though, plan on writing a check each month or set up a payment through your bank's bill pay service. To make a payment online at the Chase Auto Finance website, you will be charged at service fee. For me, the convenience of making on online payment didn't justify paying an additional $15. But that really is the only drawback I've found with Chase Bank, and since then I've learned that most banks charge a fee if you want to make a loan payment online.