Want to know when the best time to shop for a used vehicle is? A recent study from used car research site iSeeCars.com, the best times to find a good deal on a used car fall between September and February.
U.S. News & World Report has recently published its “Best Minivans” rankings. And of the new minivans featured on the list, the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica and 2016 Honda Odyssey share the No. 1 ranking.
Purchasing an automobile is often a complicated process that requires many decisions. Individuals have to decide on the car itself, how it will be paid for, and if any warranties will be bought. While expert car buyers may know exactly what to do, others could be left wondering what to buy and which offers to pass on.
The loan to value (LTV) ratio is a calculation that subprime lenders use to evaluate a consumer’s auto loan application. It helps them determine how much risk they would need to assume if they were to approve a particular applicant. Lowering your LTV ratio could very much help you get approved.
Many consumers lost their homes to foreclosure during the 2007 recession, and while things have since turned around economically, this black mark may still linger on their credit. Will it affect their ability to buy a car?
A recent study by the American Automobile Association reveals that not all gasoline is the same and that choosing a brand just for the price could cost you.
Toyota has recently announced that three new models will be added to its Total Human Model for Safety (THUMS) software. These models will represent children at the ages of three, six, and ten.