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Auto Refinance Loans

You may be overpaying for your car loan. We make refinancing your car fast and easy.

An auto loan refinance may be a good fit for you if:

  • Your credit has improved since you purchased your vehicle
  • You obtained a loan from a dealer or other lender that is higher than you may qualify for
  • Need to extend the term of the loan to help reduce your monthly payments

Should I consider refinancing my auto loan with Drummond?

  • Vehicle
    • Less than 10 years old
    • Under 120,000 miles
    • Insured, personal use car
  • Current Loan
    • Outstanding balance of $3,000 - $60,000
    • Initiated at least 1 month ago

Features and Benefits

Customer service on the phone

Need Assistance?

For general questions or help with an application,

call 1-844-443-1032


If you have already received a loan and have questions,

call 1-844-443-4432

  • 1. When you check your rate, we check your credit report. This initial (soft) inquiry will not affect your credit score. If you accept your rate and proceed with your application, we do another (hard) credit inquiry that will impact your credit score. If you take out a loan, repayment information will be reported to the credit bureaus.
  • 2. Your loan amount will be determined based on your credit, income, the outstanding balance of your current auto loan, and certain other information provided in your loan application. Not all applicants will qualify for the full amount.
  • 3. Subject to credit approval. Available for residents of Florida, Georgia & Alabama only. No origination or application fee. Drummond Auto Loans feature rates no greater than 17.99% Annual Percentage Rate (APR), with available terms ranging from 2 years (24 months) to 6 years (72 months). Rate and term are based on creditworthiness, income, and information provided in your loan application. For example, if you are approved for a $20,000 loan at 13% APR for a term of 48 months, you will pay $536.55 a month and a total of $25,754.40 over the 48-month life of the loan. Your rate and loan amount may differ from the provided example. Longer repayment terms may have higher rates.