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i have a 650 transunion score and 663 equifax score. what interest rate would i get on a car loan

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If you are referring to the scores that you get here on Credit Karma they are irrelevant to the process of getting an auto loan. Most auto loan lenders will use an auto version of FICO scores. If you are going to be looking for a loan you should get your FICO scores to see exactly where you stand. Be aware that more than scores go into a lenders decision. Your overall credit profile is just as important, previous auto loan history, mileage and year of auto to be financed, the time you have worked for your current employer, your income, your debt to income ratio, amount of down payment, etc. Providing that all is good the whole way around with FICO scores in the range that you have stated you might expect a seven to ten percent interest rate depending on the lender, but many factors go into it, so that is just a guess.

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