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can I get a 23000 loan with a 588 credit score

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IF you can get one, the interest rate will be astronomical, but I don't think it will happen.  Work on improving your credit score following the information in the articles here and your chances for getting a loan at a decent rate will improve greatly. Also, when buying a car, look for one that is one to three years old.  You won't pay as much and will still have a vehicle that should be reliable for the next 10 years.  That is what I did with my current vehicle.  The "new car" smell is not worth the thousands extra you have to pay.

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As already stated, if you do your interest rate would be very high. Understand though, that your score is only one thing looked at for a loan. What is in your credit profile is just as important and your debt to income ratio is extremely important as well. There is absolutely no way to even guess if you could be approved with such little information you've given. If you need a better response, you will need to provide what your credit profile looks like and what your current debt to income is.

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