Save up to $949 with a Department of Labor Federal Credit Union auto loan1

Datatrac just searched 584 banking locations in District of Columbia and found that Department of Labor Federal Credit Union's rate for a $25,000 auto loan beats the District of Columbia average by up to 44% earning a Datatrac Great Rate Award and saving you as much as $949 over the life of the loan.

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A used car loan over 60 months with Department of Labor Federal Credit Union is 44% lower and saves $949 in interest compared to the District of Columbia Market Average.
Department of Labor Federal Credit Union - Used Car - 60 Mo 1.79% APR2
District of Columbia Market Average - Used Car - 60 Mo 3.22% APR2

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Datatrac is an independent, unbiased research firm that has monitored deposit and loan rates, fees and product features for over 25 years on more than 263,561 financial institutions locations in America. Datatrac Great Rate Awards certify that deposit and loan rates outperform the market average for comparable products.

APR = Annual Percentage Rate current as of the date listed above.  APRs based on credit, terms and collateral. Not all applicants will qualify for the APR shown.  Monthly payment for example shown is $369 and excludes insurance.  Insurance required.  Program fees, rates and features are subject to change.  All loans subject to credit approval and membership eligibility. Other terms and restrictions may apply. Please email or call (202) 789-2901 for additional details.  Equal Opportunity Lender

  1. $949 is the difference between the amount paid in interest between Department of Labor Federal Credit Union's rate at 1.79% APR compared to 3.22% APR for the District of Columbia market average over the life of a $25,000 auto loan over 60 months.
  2. APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Datatrac’s comprehensive, unbiased research and analysis is updated each business day and is conducted independent of any financial institution.  There is no guarantee that you will receive the rates or terms displayed herein. Actual rates and terms are in the full discretion of the financial institution and are subject to your credit rating and other factors. Please contact Department of Labor Federal Credit Union directly with any questions regarding their current rates and terms.