# What is the longest used car loan?

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## What is the longest used car loan?

84 months

Generally, the longest loan term you’ll find is seven years, or 84 months. There are, however, some lenders that will extend used car financing to 92 or 96 months, or up to eight years.

## Can you finance a 2012 car?

Typically, a bank won’t finance any vehicle older than 10 years, even if you have good credit. If you don’t have great credit, you may find it difficult to finance through a bank, even for a new car. But, banks are far from the last option when it comes to auto lending.

**Is $500 a month a lot for a car payment?**

The average new car payment in America has crept above the $500 per month mark for the fist time, settling in at $503, according to a recent study by Experian. And if that weren’t bad enough, the average length of a car loan now stands at 68 months.

### Can you put 50% down on a car?

If you want to, you can definitely make a 50% down payment on a car if you have the cash. It’s uncommon, but as long as you finance at least the minimum amount – usually $5,000 if you have bad credit – lenders don’t have a problem with you making a really big down payment.

### How much should you put down on a $25000 car?

The vehicle’s price determines how much cash you should put down

Vehicle Price | 15% Down | 25% Down |
---|---|---|

$25,000 | $3,750 | $6,250 |

$30,000 | $4,500 | $7,500 |

$35,000 | $5,250 | $8,750 |

$40,000 | $6,000 | $10,000 |

**Can you get a loan on a car older than 10 years?**

Financing a car over 10 years old is quite simple. All you have to do is apply for the loan and head over to the dealership once you’re approved. However, the process can be even easier when you work directly with a dealership.

#### What is the average car payment 2020?

$644 monthly

The average car payment for a new vehicle is $644 monthly (up 11.8%), while new lease payments average $531 (up 15.4%).

#### How much is too much for a monthly car payment?

If you’re taking out a personal loan to pay for your car, it’s a good idea to limit your car payments to between 10% and 15% of your take-home pay. If you take home $4,000 per month, you’d want your car payment to be no more than $400 to $600.

**What is a reasonable monthly car payment?**

Expert estimates range broadly. Greg McBride, a senior vice president, chief financial analyst at Bankrate.com, advises that a car payment should equal no more than 15 percent of your pretax monthly pay. That means that if you make $50,000 a year, your monthly car payment could be as much as $625.