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Get $300 when you finance or refinance
an auto loan1

Whether you’re buying a new model, searching for a pre-owned vehicle or want to lower your payments by refinancing your existing loan from another financial services provider, we have you covered. We offer:

  • Rates as low as 1.99% APR2
  • No payments for 90 days3

Let us shop for your next vehicle

There’s an easier way to buy a new or used vehicle. Instead of driving from dealership to dealership and wondering if you’re getting the best deal, let our Auto Buying Service team do the work for you at no cost.

Here to help

Start a new
auto application
Call to apply
301.779.8500 ext. 4665
Visit one of our
branch locations

1 A $300 interest rebate will be given to members who finance or refinance a new or used auto loan for a minimum of $15,000 from June 1 through July 31, 2021. The $300 will be posted to your savings account at the time the loan is disbursed. This promotion cannot be combined with other offers and is not valid on existing Educational Systems Federal Credit Union loans. Offer subject to change without notice. Applicants must meet membership eligibility.
2 Rates as low as 1.99% APR (Annual Percentage Rate) on new auto loans financed for a maximum term of 36 months. Other loan rates and terms are available. Rates are subject to change without notice. Applications are subject to credit approval and actual rate is based on your credit and vehicle mileage. Actual rate is based on your credit history. Monthly payment example: A $15,000 loan financed for 36 months at 1.99% APR would be $28.64 x 15 = $429.60 per month; your loan will have a total cost of $15,465.60 ($429.60 x 36). The sample payment does not include the Summer Skip Payment Option or payment protection.
3 Interest will continue to accrue during the 90 days deferred period.

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