Sell More Cars, Faster, Easier.

Auto Financing for Dealers

CUDL is the nation’s largest credit union auto lending platform, powered by leading-edge technology, enabling dealers to sell more cars faster and easier. Instantly connect with CUDL’s network of over 1,000 credit unions – and the 42 million potential buyers.

Since 1994, we have helped fund 8.6 million vehicle loans worth over $185.6 billion – including over 1 million loans in 2015 alone. CUDL’s dynamic system makes it easy for dealers to access pre-approvals, get instant decisions on loans, and receive faster funding.

The CUDL platform provides a streamlined interface to connect with credit union lenders, while securing financing through nationally-recognized non-prime lenders for customers who don’t qualify for traditional loans.

CUDL Features & Benefits

Pre-Approvals

DMS Integration

  • Access to real-time financing with credit unions in your area.
  • Drive qualified customers to your dealership for fast funding.
  • Instant decisions on loans and streamlined financing processed.
  • Maximize day-to-day workflow and eliminate duplicate entries.
  • Two-way DMS integration with ADP, Reynolds & Reynolds
    and more.
  • Increase processing speed.

CUDL Platform

Payoff Solution

  • Connect instantly to CUDL’s network of over 1,000 credit unions.
  • Access tools to help monitor lending activity on a single platform.
  • Secure credit union financing.
  • View loan application status & pre-qualified
    credit union members.
  • Intuitive design to save time and increase efficiency.
  • Instant access to accurate customer payoff Information.
  • Real-time auto loan payoff data after normal business hours
    and on weekends.
  • Loan balances and daily rates that allow you to calculate the correct payoff based on your day-to-day business practices.

Did You Know

CUDL connects your dealership with our network of more than 1,000 credit unions – and the 42 million potential buyers they represent.
Since 1994, we have helped fund 8.6 million vehicle loans worth over $185.6 billion – including over 1 million loans in 2015 alone.