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Let Chase help you find an affordable auto loan refinancing solution that's right for you. Explore Chase's competitive rates and additional discounts exclusively for checking customers. Refinancing your existing auto loan may reduce the amount of your monthly loan payment. However, if you choose to make your remaining payment term longer, the overall cost of your loan may be higher.

Chase offers you:
  • Exclusive discounts for Chase checking customers up to 0.75% off standard auto loan rates.Footnote2
  • Online tools including customizable alerts so you can know when your payments are due.Footnote3
  • The option to go paperless and enjoy the convenient, secure and green way to view your auto statements.

Convenience, value and service that's focused on you. That's what you can expect with Chase.

We're open online any time you need us day or night.


Apply now to refinance your car loan with Chase
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Footnote 1Return to main content area.Subject to credit approval and other terms and conditions. Consult your financial advisor to see if refinancing your auto loan is beneficial for your situation.

Footnote 2Return to main content area. Chase Exclusives: You may qualify for 0.25% off the standard rates if you have a Chase personal checking account, or 0.50% off the standard rates if you have any Chase Premier CheckingSM, Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM or Chase Premier Platinum CheckingSM account. Plus, an additional discount of 0.25% off standard rates if you have your monthly loan payment automatically deducted from your Chase checking account when you enroll at loan closing for as long as you continue automatic deductions. Rate discounts are subject to change at any time. To open a checking account online, you must live in a state where Chase has a branch. Discounts are only available on new auto loans through a branch, online or by phone with Chase, and are not available on dealer financing.

Footnote 3Return to main content area.Account Alerts: There is no charge from Chase, but message and data rates may apply. Such charges include those from your communications service provider. Delivery of alerts may be delayed for various reasons, including service outages affecting your phone, wireless or internet provider; technology failures; and system capacity limitations.

This information was current as of 04/01/2012 and is subject to change. Contact Chase for the most up-to-date product terms.