Long-Term, No Interest Auto Loans Available From American Automakers in March

For March, Ford, GM and Chrysler are all offering long-term, no interest car loans on many 2010 models. If you qualify for 0% financing on your auto loan, you could save thousands of dollars that would have gone to interest, especially on a long-term 60 or 72-month loan.

The best deal available this month is a 72-month 0% interest loan, which is available on the Ford Explorer, Explorer Sport Trac, Ranger and Mercury Mountaineer.

2010 mercury mountaineer

Ford is also offering 60-month no interest financing on the Ford Focus, Fusion, Mustang and Edge. GM is matching that five-year no interest car loan on the Chevy Cobalt, HHR, Impala, Malibu, Avalanche, Silverado and Traverse, as well as the GMC Acadia and Sierra.

The Lincoln MKZ and MKS are both available for low monthly payments on short-term leases. A 24-month lease on a 2010 MKZ is just $399 per month. The same two-year lease on an MKS is $499 a month.

All Buick models are available this month with 1.9% APR financing for up to 60 months or $1,500 cash back. The Cadillac CTS, DTS, Escalade and STS are all available with 1.9% financing for up to 36 months.

Chrysler is also financing several of its 2010 models with 0% APR for up to 60 months. The Chrysler 300, Sebring (including convertible models) and Town & Country are all on sale this month with no interest car loans. The Dodge Avenger, Charger, Dakota, Grand Caravan and Nitro are all also included in the 0% incentive. If you’d rather go offroading, the Jeep Commander, Grand Cherokee and Liberty are all available with 0% financing during March.