Financing a new car with the most American content, at least according to Cars.com’s American-Made Index, could be too expensive for many credit-challenged borrowers.
J.D. Power has just released its 2016 U.S. Initial Quality Study that not only highlights a number of new cars that could be affordable for many credit-challenged car buyers, but also awards the top spot to a manufacturer known for making affordable vehicles.
Car buyers, even those with less than perfect credit, will want to take a look at the latest J.D. Power U.S. Auto Insurance Study before deciding on a car insurance company.
We review the latest list of new cars that make up the 5-year “Cost to Own Award Winners” from KBB.com and narrow it down to those that are most affordable for borrowers with credit issues.
It’s official. The latest Vehicle Satisfaction Awards have been handed out by AutoPacific and we notice that at least three new cars on the list that could be affordable for many credit-challenged borrowers.
All three of these family cars not only represent a good value but also have a starting MSRP of under $19,000 – a fact of particular importance to borrowers with bad credit.
We review the list of what the folks at Edmunds.com believe are the 24 new cars in their respective categories that have the highest projected residual value after 5 years and narrow it down to five that could be affordable to consumers with credit issues.