Car buyers with good credit can buy a vehicle from practically any seller they want, but if you have bad credit, getting financed for a private party loan, or any place other than a licensed dealer, can be very difficult.
According to recent data from TransUnion, longer term loans can pose a high risk for subprime borrowers.
We present some really great deals for borrowers with bad credit on the least expensive new cars during the month of August, 2016.
If you find yourself falling behind on your monthly car payments, an auto loan deferment from your lender can really help. But, especially if you have bad credit, just be sure you understand what doing this will cost you.
We sift through the results of the latest Total Quality Impact study from Strategic Vision to find the best new cars for credit challenged borrowers.
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.