Auto Loans

Take advantage of an easier and more relaxed car buying experience, from "That's the car I want" to "Here are the keys."
Your Auto Loan and Car Buying Resource
At Desert Schools, we designed our auto buying process to make it quick and easy for you to get the car you want, whether you're looking to purchase new or used, or refinance the car you already have.

1The cash back is paid based on 1% of the total loan amount ($10,000 minimum), not including any additional loan dollars toward ancillary products (Guaranteed Asset Protection [GAP], Mechanical Breakdown Protection [MBP]). The cash back will be deposited into your Desert Schools savings account within one business day of the loan funding. Maximum cash back amount is $500. Cash back amounts are subject to all applicable taxes and are the responsibility of the member. Offer available for the refinancing of non-Desert Schools auto loans only and ends September 30, 2016.

2Property/casualty, personal lines and commercial lines insurance products and services are offered through Southwest Business Corporation (SWBC). Life, health, disability income and some fixed annuity insurance products and services are offered through Financial Advocates and its affiliated companies (FA). Long-term care, Medicare supplemental, Medigap, and some life and disability income insurance products and services are offered through LTCi Consultants, LLC and its affiliated companies. Dental Insurance is offered through Delta Dental of Arizona. FA, SWBC, LTCi and Delta Dental are not affiliated with LPL Financial, Desert Schools Financial Services, LLC or Desert Schools Federal Credit Union.


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