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Rates as of 4/16/14

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Auto Research

Purchasing a new vehicle can be a stressful task. Via Credit Union would like to ease the stress with some helpful tips to get the best deal.
  • Which car should I buy?

    There are a lot of vehicles available to choose from, but which is right for you? Consumer Reports rates cars on reliability, road tests and more.

  • How much should I pay?

    Wonder how much a particular car should cost? Find new and used car values through NADA or Kelley Bluebook to see how much you should be paying.

  • What is the vehicle's history?

    Search a vehicle's unique 17-character vehicle identification number (VIN) found on dashboards and title documents to generate a detailed Vehicle History Report for a fee or ask the dealership to provide the report to you. It's often wise to have a trusted mechanic inspect a used car for you.

  • Get preapproved

    By getting preapproved you'll know how much vehicle you can afford. This is a great time to evaluate your budget, but be sure to factor in insurance, gas and maintenance costs of the new vehicle.

  • 4 easy ways to apply: