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      02-16-2006, 01:49 PM   #1
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Financing rate for New Grads

Any new college grads got a good financing deal? BMW site says contact your dealer with the graduation details.
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I graduated not too long ago (not long enough ago, at least, not to qualify for the grad program... May 2004). If you have good credit on your own, you're probably better off obtaining financing elsewhere, like through Capital One or a credit union. BMW doesn't offer a break on the rates. Instead, they make it easier for people with limited credit history to obtain financing. I'd check with the dealer still, just in case things have changed.
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I graduated not too long ago (not long enough ago, at least, not to qualify for the grad program... May 2004). If you have good credit on your own, you're probably better off obtaining financing elsewhere, like through Capital One or a credit union. BMW doesn't offer a break on the rates. Instead, they make it easier for people with limited credit history to obtain financing. I'd check with the dealer still, just in case things have changed.
I checked with the dealer and things have not changed :mad: . Thanks for the info.
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