Quick Question - my financing approval just showed up and it is with RBC. Assuming the rate isn't worse, I'd prefer Scotia because I already do business with them. Do I just call Tesla and ask if they can get approval with Scotia? Also, since I think it's unlikely that I'll have y car before the 30 day approval expires, does it even matter at this point?
Thanks - did the same and it took them less than 10 minutes to respond that they moved me to Scotia. Same terms.I had the same case (primary banking with Scotia). I emailed the Tesla finance team (email should be on that page somewhere) and asked. They immediately flipped me over to Scotiabank no issue.
Thanks - did the same and it took them less than 10 minutes to respond that they moved me to Scotia. Same terms.
For people that took delivery recently, what are the interest rates for 72 months and 96 months?
Hey guys, so I did my financing with RBC and got a really high interest rate of 7%+, which makes sense for my age. However, I can get the car co-signed with a family member which I am assuming will lower the rates? If it can lower the rates, how do I apply to get it co-signed? My delivery date is like in 1 or 2 days (not because I procrastinated, the delivery date moved up), so any help would be appreciated!
Update on my situation.I financed through Tesla. I called my advisor and he said that I have to manually add the co-signer. I'll give you guys any updates so if anyone falls into my category, hopefully this helps them out.
Otherwise, what other means would you suggest for me to lower my interest rates? I can definitely afford the Tesla (I pay more gas than the "4%" financing of the vehicle), so it's just a matter of trying to get a decent interest rate on the car.