Our here to help philosophy extends to helping you find the right auto dealer or broker too! If you're looking to buy a new or used vehicle, take a look at our select dealers and broker partners. This hand-picked group of auto dealers meets our high standards in service and is committed to giving each and every Credit Union of Colorado member fair and honest treatment and pricing. If you have specific questions about the Preferred Dealer Network program, give us a call at 800-444-4816.
Members purchasing a vehicle at one of these locations and financing with us will receive a special discounted rate of .25% OFF our regular loan rate.
Our Credit Union Preferred Dealer Network Representative has established relationships with each of the dealers on our list. Each dealer has a proven track record of excellent customer service and is held to the same high standards of treating our members fairly.
When you are signing all of the paperwork at the dealership you will sign what is called a Retail Installment Contract. On this Contract you will have your interest rate, payment amount and first payment date among other things. On the front and back of this contract there is a spot where the lien holder should be identified. The Lien Holder will be the credit union. If the name on that section is not listed as Credit Union of Colorado your loan will not be coming to the credit union.
When you go to the dealer it is helpful to have your pre-approval information as well as insurance information to complete the paperwork at the dealership. You will need to fill out and sign a credit application at the dealership.
If you want to complete all required paperwork at the time of purchase then yes. If you are ok waiting on the vehicle then the dealer can mail documents to your co-signer or your co-signer can go to the dealership at a different time to sign all the paper work. Basically a co-singer will need to sign all of the same paperwork as the primary borrower.
You have two options. 1) You can close at the dealership as you purchase your vehicle. 2) You can ask the dealership to give you a Buyers Order. You can take that Buyers Order to the branch and close at the branch. After you close you will need to take a letter of credit back to the dealership to finalize some remaining paperwork and pick up your vehicle.
Yes. The system we use to accept applications from dealers automatically pulls a credit bureau when the application is submitted. Credit Bureaus will only show one hit on your credit for each credit pull by dealers during a 30 day period to allow you to shop at different locations for vehicles without being penalized.
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Apply today and take advantage of the Preferred Dealer discount.