best financing options

Asked by Jul 18, 2014 at 06:57 PM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla LE

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The best? No financing. That way you avoid interest.

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Depends on your credit and use of the vehicle... leasing is better for cash flow, but never the cheapest option if you are going to buy out the vehicle at the end... it is great for hedging your bets as to the future value of the vehicle... a loan can be very cheap at 0% for new specials (not sure if your 13 is a new hold over or not)... on used I have seen rates of 1.24%... but all of this hinges on your credit, so only you know if you would qualify for top tier financing... best of luck!

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