How do the National Bank of Arizona auto loans work?
The National Bank of Arizona’s auto loans can be a little more restrictive than some other auto loan lenders.
You’ll be committed to minimum repayment terms of at least 36 months and are given a maximum of 72 months to pay.
Interest rates can start from 4.10%, but upper limits aren’t disclosed.
However, the bank states that it will use your FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation) score to primarily determine rates. The loan term and amount financed will also affect rates, but the bank does not give details.
No minimum credit score is disclosed by the Bank of Arizona. You’ll have to complete the application process to see if you’re eligible.