We make refinancing worthwhile for car owners in America
Car-owners are leaving thousands of dollars on the table. We started Upfront to change that.
Andrés & Marc, Cofounders of Upfront
By refinancing their car loans, car owners in America save an average of $82 month. However, people aren’t jumping out of their seats to save that amount monthly over the next few years. We know this because only 12% of car owners have ever refinanced their loans.
At Upfront, we set to out change how refinancing works. How? By partnering with top-tier lenders to give our customers the ability to cash out their savings upfront instead of monthly. This means thousands of dollars in instant cash back for just minutes of your time.
The team behind Upfront
Created by financial experts
Our team has decades of experience in Wall Street, and we’re passionate about leveraging our financial expertise to create impactful products and services for everyone.
Built by world-class engineers
We leverage the most modern technology to make the process 2x simpler and faster than the traditional alternatives. We hired the best-of-the-best to bring it all to life.
By and for car lovers
We’ve collectively spent a lot of time working in the auto industry or just admiring cars. Now, we want to bring back savings to the American car owner.
backed by world-class investors
And the founders of billion-dollar startups like Turo (the Airbnb for cars), CarLotz (leading online dealership), and more.
Our values take the lead
Keeping it simple
We’re taking a sleepy financial product and bringing it to the 21st century. We want to eliminate any friction from the refinancing process and make it worth your while.
Technology for the better
We're dedicated to using tech to help make processes less complex. We want to offer swift, transparent experiences driven by technology.
This means no upsells. No sales calls. No spam. And cash in hand, the same day. We want car-owners to get the best, minus the headache.
Join our team
Come join us and help people save thousands of dollars on their car loans.