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WordPress Releases Car Loan Calculator Widgets and Plugins

June 19, 2012

CITRUS HEIGHTS, Calif. — CarLoanCalculator released new widgets and plugins dealers and finance sources can add to their websites to allow customers to calculate their expected lease or loan payments.

Dealers can direct customers to CarLoanCalculator.com to quickly estimate their total loan amount using the company’s loan, lease and affordability calculators. Dealers and finance sources can also implement these calculators on their websites by taking advantage of the site's recently upgraded free loan widgets and new WordPress Plugins.

With the site's latest update, each of the three loan widgets load faster and are compatible with a wider range of website platforms and themes. Additionally, the site added new WordPress Plugins to give companies the ability to display a loan, lease or affordability calculator as the main centerpiece of a web page rather than as a small add-on that runs across the whole website.

"Our recently updated loan widgets and WordPress Plugins allow both car dealers and small lenders to provide added-value to their customers without having to spend a dime," the company stated in its press release.

The site's car loan calculator allows buyers to enter an estimated vehicle price, down payment amount, trade-in value, amount of money owed on the trade-in, projected interest rate and sales tax, length of loan and loan start date. Once submitted, the system calculates the estimated monthly and annual payments broken down by principal and interest paid, and shows the remaining balance.

The company’s lease calculator breaks down a person's estimated payments, as well as monthly depreciation charges and finance charges. The site's affordability calculator allows buyers to enter a desired monthly payment to back in to their optimal loan amount.

For more information or to implement one of the site's free loan widgets or WordPress Plugins, click here.

 

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