Auto refinancing saves money by lowering your interest rate

Interest rate

as low as 1.99%

Average Savings

$78 per month

Auto Refinance

Auto refinancing with rateGenius allows you to save money by lowering your interest rate on your car, truck or SUV.

With interest rates as low as 1.99% and an average savings of $78 per month*, you should consider refinancing your auto loan for a number of reasons:

  • if interest rates were high when you purchased your vehicle
  • your credit score has improved
  • you didn’t receive an ideal interest rate when you purchased your vehicle
  • you have had financial setbacks

Auto refinance allows you to lessen the burden of your monthly car payment. Additionally, if you’re wanting to free up some extra funds, refinancing can allow you to skip payments, giving you some extra money at a time when you need it the most.

If you are not sure how refinancing your auto loan will help you save money every month, read through the example below. By refinancing their loan, this individual dropped their interest rate from 10 percent to 5 percent. In doing so, they were able to save more than $2,800 over the life of their loan and dropped their monthly payment by almost $50.

A $20,000 AUTO LOAN AT 10% vs 5%

10% = $5,500

total paid in interest


5% = $2,645

total paid in interest

Enjoy $2,855 in savings! Lowered payment by almost $50/month!


Anyone with an existing auto loan can apply to refinance anytime after they have purchased their vehicle. All you need is your personal, vehicle, and current loan information to fill out our online application. RateGenius makes refinancing easy by comparing more than 150 lenders nationwide to find the best match for you. We handle all the work from finding the best interest rates to funding your new loan.

*The average savings is based on all loans funded January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017.

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