Fuel Savings Calculator

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Change in Cost

To see the potential savings in fuel cost from your current vehicle to a new one, fill in the blanks below.

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How Much Car Can I Afford?

Great question. Fill in the boxes below to help with the answer and determine what price you can afford to pay for a car.

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You may be able to afford a loan amount up to

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A Little Extra

Fill in the boxes below to see how putting additional money toward your monthly payment may affect your payoff amount.

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Estimate your monthly new or used car loan payment

This tool can help you figure out how much you might spend each month for your car.

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The Refinance Option

Fill in the boxes below to discover if you can save money by refinancing your current vehicle.

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*APR is the Annual Percentage Rate or the cost of your credit at a yearly rate.



Why do we include this fuel savings calculator? Because when you’re shopping for your new car, it helps to be able to take the total cost of ownership into account.

At RoadLoans, we’re big fans of responsible vehicle ownership, and we provide our customers with every tool we can to make sure that you not only know how to buy a car, but have information on owning your car, and a big part of that is knowing the fuel costs. A gas savings calculator is just one such tool, though an important one.

Especially if you intend to use your new car as a daily commuter, on a lengthy drive back and forth from home to work and back, your fuel costs can be a significant component of the total cost of your vehicle ownership. It would be wise to take all ownership costs into account when shopping for a car that’s right for you.

So as you’re doing your research, and getting excited about a new vehicle, use smart budgeting and this fuel savings calculator to let your excitement become powerful knowledge that leads you to the perfect vehicle for your needs.

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