Auto Loan Special

Sweetheart Loan Promotion

We’ve slashed our rates until February 28, 2021. Now’s the time to purchase a new/used vehicle or refinance your auto loan from another financial institution.

  • New/Used Purchases Auto Loan Calculator
  • Refinance your auto loan from another financial institution. Refinance Calculator
  • Up to 100% financing
  • 2-hour approvals on weekdays
  • Free pre-approvals. Find out how much you can afford by calling or applying online
  • Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) available

New members welcome! Call 724-284-2020 to explore your eligibility options.

Special rates on commercial vehicle loans too! Call our business department at 724-284-2020 option 4 for rates or email bizloans@armcocu.com.

4 Ways to Apply

Online, Mobile App, In-person, or Call any branch.

 

*APR = Annual Percentage Rate 1 Does not apply to vehicles currently financed with Armco CU. The monthly payment for a $20,000 auto loan with a term of 60 months at 1.99% APR is $350.47

Year Term
(Months)
APR* SALE APR* Monthly Payment
per $1,000 for maximum term

with Disability & Life Insurance

without insurances

2018-2021 0 – 36 2.50% 1.74% 30.14 28.55
37 – 60 2.75% 1.99% 18.89 17.54
61 – 72 3.25% 2.49% 16.30 14.98
73 – 84 4.00% 3.24% 14.64 13.34
2017 0 – 60 3.25% 2.49% 19.13 17.76
61 – 72 3.75% 2.99% 16.54 15.21
73 – 84 4.50% 3.74% 14.90 13.57
2016 0 – 60 3.75% 2.99% 19.38 17.98
61 – 72 4.50% 3.74% 16.91 15.55
2015 0 – 54 3.75% 2.99% 21.27 19.83
55 – 66 4.50% 3.74% 18.20 16.81
2014 0 – 48 4.00% 3.24% 23.76 22.26
49 – 60 4.75% 3.99% 19.87 18.43
2013 0 – 48 4.50% 3.74% 24.00 22.49
49 – 60 5.25% 4.49% 20.12 18.66
2012 & Older 0 – 36 4.50% 3.74% 31.11 29.44
37 – 48 5.25% 4.49% 24.37 22.83

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