<< But there are some excellent deals around at dealerships now, many offering 1.9% financing. So, you may even be better off not using a credit card afterall. >>It is extremely unusual to get such a low rate without paying more for the car, either directly or by losing out on a rebate (e.g. you can get 1.9% financing or $500 cash back, not both). If you have a chance at a lower rate elsewhere, it is generally better to use that and take the cash rebate or lower price.
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