If you worry that your credit score could keep you from buying a car, you underestimate how much car dealers want to sell you one. But a higher score will almost certainly get you a lower interest rate. At the end of 2018, the average credit score for a new-car loan was 713, and 656 for a used-car loan, according to an Experian report. But nearly 20% of car loans go to borrowers with credit scores below 600, according to Experian. Almost 4% go to those with scores below 500.
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