can i trade in my car with 588 credit score?
hi, i wanna trade in my car but im not sure if i can trade it with 588 credit score? since im also wanting to buy a new one..
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Of course. You probably would not be approved for a loan on reasonable terms though. Unless you have a large cash down payment.
- John AldenLv 71 month ago
Local Nissan dealer does not give a **** what your credit score is as long as you have a good job and employment history. I assume you would need to talk to the specific dealership you are interested in dealing with.
- River EuphratesLv 71 month ago
You can try.
They may require a down-payment, and your interest rate might be pretty brutal.
If your car is still functional, you might want to try doing some things to fix your credit and put some money back.
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- Rick BLv 71 month ago
Sure, but you would need a big down payment and will have a high interest rate. A low credit score indicates that you don't manage your money/debts very well. I would not recommend someone finance a car with that credit score. And certainly not if they already have a paid-for car.
All that said, it is rarely wise to buy a new car. Find a good used car with low mileage. A new car loses a large percentage of its value as soon as you drive it off the lot.