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  • A FICO score of over 700 has traditionally been considered optimal for obtaining a car loan. However, changes in the U.S. economy have prompted some lenders to lower their minimum credit score, as GMAC did in late 2008. The financial institution cut its score requirement from 700 to 621.

    Source:

    Edmunds Auto Finance Tips

    The New York Times

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