Car Buying Tools
We know that sometimes car buying can buy a stressful experience. To help alleviate stress, we have partnered with two of the best car buying companies in the U.S: Carvana and TrueCar^.
Steps to Buying Your Dream Car:
- Search vehicle inventory and find your car!
- Login to Online Banking and check to see if you are already pre-approved. If you are already pre-approved, accept your vehicle offer. If you are not pre-approved, you can still apply for a vehicle loan with the credit union. Interior FCU promises fast-decisioning so you’ll know if, and for how much, you are approved.
- Next, secure your vehicle through Carvana or TrueCar.
- Carvana or your TrueCar certified dealer will provide you with a purchase order agreement. Pass that along to the credit union and we’ll take care of the rest!
Interior FCU trusted auto buying companies.
|Interior FCU Trusted Partner||Interior FCU Trusted Partner|
|Every car is Carvana Certified for quality assurance||Access to a trusted nationwide network of 11,000+ TrueCar certified dealers|
|Carvana will deliver your car directly to you||TrueCar will deliver your car directly to you|
|7-Day Money Back Guarantee- If you are not satisfied with your vehicle, simply return it||New & Preowned Vehicles|
|"Worry Free" Guarantee- Enjoy a limited warranty on all mechanical assemblies for 100 days, or for 4,189 miles, whichever expires first.||Vehicle manufacturer warranty only.|
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^Between 1/1/19 and 12/31/19, the average savings off MSRP experienced by consumers who connected with a TrueCar Certified Dealer through the Frost Financial, Inc. Auto Buying Program and who were identified as buying a new vehicle from that Certified Dealer was $3,572. Your actual savings may vary based on multiple factors, including the vehicle you select, region, dealer, and applicable vehicle-specific manufacturer incentives, which are subject to change. The MSRP is determined by the manufacturer and may not reflect the price at which vehicles are generally sold in the dealer’s trade area, as many vehicles are sold below MSRP. Each dealer sets its own pricing.