i dont have alot of options since I have no credit.
You have a fantastic option. You can buy lots of cars for less than $12,000. Save up $220 a month for five years, then buy another $12,000 car.
What would be the loan cost if I pay it all after 1 year, pay the 220 for the first year, build some credit, and then pay the lien. Would it be equal to 1600/3? Would the total loan cost 550+- for the first year?
To answer the question, though, you can roughly calculate the interest paid in 1 year by just multiplying the loan balance by the interest rate. In your case multiplying the interest rate by the loan balance would be $970. In reality it will be less, since you will be paying down principal each month, reducing the interest paid.
You can also get a more accurate number by calculating an amortization schedule. In your case, after one year you'd have paid $850 in interest (note that HALF of the interest is paid in the first year), $1,800 in principal, and have $4,500 left. If you paid off the loan at that point, your total cost would be $7,150.
All that aside, I would NOT buy a car from any dealer that charged you such a high interest rate. Not only is the interest too high, but many of these dealers will trick you into signing bad deals like "interest first" loans, where all of your payments go to interest first or charging high prepayment penalties (essentially preventing you from paying the loan off early and taking away their interest income).
Just buy a good car with cash, continue to build up credit in other ways if you are set on borrowing money. You can just use credit cards moderately, pay off the balance each month, and you will build credit without spending a DIME in interest.