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Special offers through March 15

60-day rate lock¹

There’s no need to worry about changing loan rates. Apply between now and March 15, and we’ll lock your rate for 60 days – so you can take your time shopping.

90-day deferred payment²

Take advantage of ultra-flexible terms available up to 84 months – and be payment free for the first 90 days.

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If you’ve found the right car, let us help you with financing.

When you belong with Chevron Federal Credit Union, you can purchase the car you want without sacrificing your wallet. We offer competitive rates and flexible terms on loans for new and used autos, and we work with you to find a loan package that fits your needs.

Key features:

  • Friendly, personalized service
  • Apply online in minutes
  • Flexible terms available up to 84 months*
  • Loan pre-approval, so your financing is good to go before you buy*

With financing in hand from the Credit Union you know and trust, you can simply focus on finding the right car at the right price.

If you already have an auto loan with another lender, we can help you save! Refinance with us to make your money go further.

Still have questions?

Give us a call at 800-232-8101. For those outside the U.S., call 510-627-5000.

What our members are saying

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Zoe O.

California

The El Segundo branch of CFCU has helped me tremendously this past year. They provided me the loan I needed to buy my first car, and they helped me with the security deposit for my first apartment out of college. Everyone is so helpful and friendly that I always look forward to doing business together. Thank you for helping me on my post-college journey! 


¹ Rate will be locked and honored for 60 days after application approval if received between January 17 and March 15, 2023.

² At closing, you have the option to select up to 90 days of deferred loan payments on your new or used auto loan. The actual number of days will depend on the terms of the loan. Interest will accrue on your auto loan beginning on the date the loan is funded and the first payment will be applied to interest accrued from the date the loan is funded to the first payment date and then to principal due.

* Depends on amount financed, transaction type, collateral details, and credit history.

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