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Would I be able to finance a 36k car, with a 660 CS, $10k-15k down, 2 year stable job history?

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Most auto lenders will use a version of FICO scores, usually an "auto version", so you should check to see where they are. You can purchase them from a site called myfico. What is on your credit reports is just as important as scores, do you have any negative accounts? With your hefty down payment, it will definitely help matters. I would assume that there will be a lender out there for you, but the rate will depend on your credit. Other factors go into auto loans as well, such as the year and mileage of the vehicle, but you are probably fine with that as I assume the vehicle is new or newer.

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