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Auto Buying Center

Did you know that the average person will spend 4 months researching cars before making a purchase? Most of that time is spent online, using a variety of resources to find accurate information. Don’t waste time searching through a dozen different websites!

Find all that you need with our Auto Buying Center where you can locate local inventory, read reviews, view videos, compare vehicles, and get your pre-approval all in one place.

  • Find & Price Local Inventory
  • Right Fit Auto Build
  • Used Car Values
  • Refinance Calculator
  • Multi-Vehicle Comparison Tool
  • “My Cars” Save Feature
  • Free CARFAX Reports*

*Provided a CARFAX is Available Through the Dealership


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AskAuto® App

We’ve got a powerful tool that can help make your shopping experience easier. With the AskAuto App, you can:

  • Scan VINs to get average retail cost and EPA mileage estimates on vehicles you like.
  • Compare, rank and save notes on vehicles you might want to buy.
  • Learn which loans might be best for you.
  • Apply for a loan anytime, anywhere using your mobile device. Just scan your driver’s license* and the AskAuto app prefills our loan application with your personal information and the vehicle information for the car you’re interested in purchasing.

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Want to take AskAuto for a test drive? Click to download our FREE App today. Be sure to select Best Reward Credit Union on the startup screen.

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*Driver’s license scan not available in all states.

0% Financing - Know the Facts

Some members think that they are better off with 0% financing. Well, that may not be the case. Click below to learn a few things that you may not know about 0% financing offers.

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Buying vs. Leasing

Each has its advantages and disadvantages. If you’re interested in saving money, buying a vehicle is more economical. Examine your needs, preferences, and lifestyle to determine what’s best for you. Click below to learn more about the pros and cons of each.

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