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When you’re in the market for a new car, there is only one place to go – a new car dealership – but when you’re in the market for a used car, you have two options –a dealership or private party. Which is better for your situation? Continue reading
Why a used car inspection is one of the best things buyers with damaged credit can do for success during an auto loan. Continue reading
For car shoppers with poor credit there are a number of advantages to financing a used vehicle with an auto loan from a subprime lender. Continue reading
From what we have seen used car buyers – particularly those with problem credit – are particularly at risk to be targeted by unscrupulous sellers that sell used cars that have been either rebuilt or have suffered some other type of hidden damage. Continue reading
Back in March Consumer Reports published the results of their latest Annual Auto Survey, which is based on subscriber survey responses covering over a million vehicles. CR’s findings include both the “best used cars” as well as the “worst used cars” in terms of reliability.
Sorting through the results we came up with what we feel are the most affordable used cars in the two most affordable categories for car buyers with less than perfect credit: Continue reading
It’s an unfortunate fact but consumers with damaged credit are far more likely to find themselves with an auto loan for a vehicle that has been involved in a flood. Continue reading
In our experience consumers with questionable credit have a better chance of successfully completing an auto loan if they place the most dependable cars at the top of their shopping lists. Continue reading
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently developed an online tool that could help car shoppers with deficient credit profiles estimate in advance what kind of gas mileage they should expect in order to control some of the expenses over and above their car loan payment. Continue reading
It’s a fact that most car buyers with poor credit that qualify for an auto loan will end up financing a used car because they’re typically more affordable. But among the things they should be looking for while checking one out is if it has one or more open recalls. Continue reading
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