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Can I get a car loan with a 542 credit score?

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Hey buddy, yes you could get car loan with poor credit but not from regular lenders though. You need to find a lender who offers auto financing for people with less than perfect credit. They would be more likely to cater to you. You just have to expect the high interest rates and the less favorable terms, but if you are okay with those, then you shouldn’t have any problem. Some lenders also ask for a down payment or a co-signer, so prepare for those as well, just to make sure. Good luck!

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