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What credit score is needed to buy a car?

If your credit score doesn’t hit the average mark, you might still qualify for a loan. Nearly 23 percent of loan financing in the third quarter went to those with subprime and deep subprime credit (those with scores of 600 and below). Around 57 percent went to prime and super prime borrowers (those with scores of 661 and higher). The rest went to the nonprime market, those with credit scores between 601 and 660.

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